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Chamber post-rockin drone project by the songer writer Marco Giambrone. First self-titled album is signed by Viceversa Records / Old Bicycle Records, october 2014.

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Viceversa 2017
Silent Carnival [VINYL]Silent Carnival [VINYL]
Viceversa Records
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Silent Carnival
Silent Carnival Krautrock

Review by philippe
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— First review of this album —
4 stars This release saw the light on the highly recommended independent label Old Bicycle Records. The label provides a wide range of (post) rockin experimental and minimal ambient releases, exclusively produced by Italian artists. This self titled album represents the more intensively rock facet of the label production with the add of nicely adventurous musical arguments. Fruitfully creative, eclectic and challenging this album admits a stylistic bridge between aleatoric abstract experiments, noisy electronic experiments, wild kraut-rockin minimal sequences, death-rockin-batcave fragments and apocalyptical folk tendencies. The album progresses like an existential-egotic tale along lonely hours of despair in an isolated-desolate, post-human, enthralling and downfall atmosphere. Imagine a cross between foggy death ballads of Nick Cave at the beginning of his career, Current93's stranged-out folkish darkness, Faust's krauty touch and doom-math rock materials from Earth. Prettily evocative and with long monologues this album has a nice murky flavor that could fit perfectly for a score to twisted road movie flicks. A difficult and hermetic listen for neophyts but a truly somber-addictive album that will seduce fans of bizarre and blackened kraut-post rockin exentricities.
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