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ANDREA MARUTTI

Progressive Electronic • Italy


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Andrea Marutti is a multifactered electronic artist based in Milano. In parallel to his musical explorations as Amon, Never Known, the Afeman...he released a couple of albums under his own name. The Brutality of Misbreathing (Opaco Records, 2007) and The Subliminal Relation Between Planets (Nextera, 2008) are devoted to blissed out droning epics. Andre Marutti's solo and collaborative projects easily culminate the whole dark ambient electronic subgenre with others dronescapers as Yen Pox, Lustmord, Alio Die, etc.

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5.00 | 1 ratings
The Brutality Of Misbreathing
2007
4.00 | 1 ratings
The Subliminal Relation Between Planets - Live In Archiaro
2008
4.81 | 2 ratings
Detrimental Dialogue (With Fausto Balbo)
2010
4.00 | 1 ratings
Tri-ton (With Five Elements Music, Jim Haynes)
2011

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3.00 | 1 ratings
Turra
2008

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 Tri-ton (With Five Elements Music, Jim Haynes) by MARUTTI, ANDREA album cover Studio Album, 2011
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Tri-ton (With Five Elements Music, Jim Haynes)
Andrea Marutti Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

— First review of this album —
4 stars Tri-ton is among the last releases published by the excellent underground Russian label Observatoire (Observatory Records). This effort can be appreciated as a reunion between three musical personalities in the field of sonic dark ambient music. The sound morphologies provided in this release are extremely intense, mesmerizing, complex and ultra immersive. Five Elements Music (solo project of Exit in Grey's member) starts the musical ceremony with a wavering bleak sound manifest based on large buzzing and massive monophonic droning textures and others subterranean and disembodied cycled resonances. Gorgeously tripped out and physically absorbing. From his side, Andrea Marutti delivers a primordial and cryptical magmatic array of lugubruous droning frequencies, moving bass lines and dense sonorous psych-acoustic effects. Deep sense of spaciness. In the musical direction of the most efficiently ecstatic and vertiginous sound materials from Andrea Marutti's past releases as Amon and Never known. A Dantesque and ravishing entrance into the demonic and golden unknown. This music completely reaches you on a new orbit. Jim Haynes closes the album with a definitely abstract and mesmeric archetypical hellscape. Tri-ton provides an homogenous musical orchestration made of substantial darkly evocative dronescapes that will ravish fans of swooshing doom atmospheres. Twisted mystical backness.

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 Detrimental Dialogue (With Fausto Balbo) by MARUTTI, ANDREA album cover Studio Album, 2010
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Detrimental Dialogue (With Fausto Balbo)
Andrea Marutti Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

5 stars Two electronic wizards and sound alchemists, Fausto Balbo and Andrea Marutti (Amon, Never Known, Hall of Mirrors) have unified their respective musical universe to create a rather unique, innovative and polymorphic electronic album. In itself the musical signature offers a dense and dynamic interaction between sci-fi, fractal sound projections and virtually cosmic surrounded synthscapes. The opening theme offers a synthesis between pure abstract electronic interferencies, spaced out lo-fi keys and icy pop-ish electronics. Indulge me provides a luminous beatific soundscape in search of the absolute quietness. It slowly involves into a metaphysical sound hallucination. Set-Back explores mysteriously evocative, detached soundscapes slowly moving in deep distance, punctuated by electro-acoustic motives, cosmic noises and transversal flux. Troubled Elephant closes the album with various abstract sound manipulations and processual micro-sound textures. Detrimental Dialogue is a vertiginous- cathartic musical experience which entirely renew the whole kosmische synth subgenre due to unusual sound combinations. A really ambitious collaboration and absolute electronic masterpiece.

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 The Brutality Of Misbreathing by MARUTTI, ANDREA album cover Studio Album, 2007
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The Brutality Of Misbreathing
Andrea Marutti Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

— First review of this album —
5 stars This is the first album Andrea Marutti published under his own name, without using pseudonyms or projects names. After having written and produced a handful of mysteriously-slow moving droning efforts, Marutti apparently decided to publish personal materials that are much more into post-industrial, nuclear, bionic electronics (Maurizio Bianchi...). Consequently and as suggests the title, The Brutality of Misbreathing is an intoxicating, menacing and claustrophobic experimental electronic release. It starts with the mighty, utterly dark and austere Through Half Closed Eyes and its sublime, nightmarish abstract atmosphere, using different concrete and ambient sound sources. It carries on with the cavernous, heavily blackened & echoing piece Early Morning Failure. Choked by Emptiness is my favourite on this one: a marvellously evocative piece that implicitly alludes allusion to the decaying- dissolving aspects of humanity, announcing the apocalyptical spendour of the eternal fire. The piece Absence Leaves an Echo which closes the album is an heavenly-sonic dronescape that emerges into blackness. Metaphoric, narcoleptic post-industrial music at its very best. An other great and hidden facet of Andrea Marutti's fruitful musical production.

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 Turra  by MARUTTI, ANDREA album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2008
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Turra
Andrea Marutti Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

— First review of this album —
3 stars Turra is a single long conceptual piece that can be thought as a derivative / sound musical approach to the concept of askesis, I do not mean aescetism but interior activity or communication of the soul and the will which are beyond ordinary codified communications. In fact the initial material of this recording features the human voice. In this experimental piece, the voice is not perceived as a vehicle of language and is not involved in words (narratives). This is not a thinging voice but a spiritual respiration of the soul and of the body, in the service of life under cathartic proprotions (functional liberation of the spirit). To be precise, it is an investigation into the geneaology of the soul through deep visceral emotions. The original voice source of the practitioner is treated in studio by electronic equipments and effects that give to it an otherwordly-droning flavour. For the listener this spiritual-cathartical exercice turns to a fascinate meditation on physical sounds. A musical quest for cultivating the soul, a musical quest for freedom. Music about the deepest thruths of life.

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 The Subliminal Relation Between Planets - Live In Archiaro by MARUTTI, ANDREA album cover Studio Album, 2008
4.00 | 1 ratings

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The Subliminal Relation Between Planets - Live In Archiaro
Andrea Marutti Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
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— First review of this album —
4 stars Performed and recorded live in Archiaro (Catanzaro, Italy) on August 2007, ?The subliminal relation between planets presents outstanding sensory-emotionally ecstatic droning textures with a great feeling of floating sensations. The concept fit perfectly with the symbolical significant musical harmony of the spheres (Pythagorean Greek theory on mathematical principles). In this magic live and largely improvised performance built on synthesised sounds and electronic treatments, Andrea Marutti invites the audience to a sacred mission connected to other worlds.The album seems to redeem the world through art. The opening musical scene provides a certain exalted and peaceful psych electronic chant built on massive droning waves, punctuated by natural and noisy amplified effects. Angelic and long sustained melodies are floating on the surface. The Pulsating Silence is a vigorous tranced out excursion throw sonic noises mixed with field recordings and fragmented dronescapes. Wonderful Ostentation contains completely absorbing echoing metallic lines inter-twined with cosmic synth drones are reminiscent of early Cluster / Eruption works. The album closes with deep resonant synth-scapes creating a type of hypno-magnetic attraction on the listener. This live recording is an ecstatic-aesthetic peak experience that transform our perception of sounds and forms.

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