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Post Rock/Math rock

3.35 | 23 ratings

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2 stars LAZONA was described to me as GYBEish post-rock from LA MASCHERA DI CERA’s bassist. This is not true actually, and leave alone my tastes and impressions. “Le Notti Difficili” consists from 4 tracks and lasts almost 45 minutes. The first tracks is an ethereal intro filled with radio samples (on Italian mostly) and a trumpet solo. The second one and the third one are 2-3 chords jams reminding me of PORCUPINE TREE’s ambient and experimental spacy stuff a-la “Metanoia” and “Voyage 34”. The last track is actually the same as the opening one but without this trumpet solo. This is a kind of music one can record daily just for fun, IMHO – not even close to TANGERINE DREAM or any other band of that kind.

After all – nice yet a bit dark background for everything, but this music is hardly connected with Post-Rock in my book, this is rather average (if not boring) Space/ Ambient Rock. Hate to be a basher, but this is not what I expected to hear and this is not much to stuck to at all. For fans mostly.

Prog-jester | 2/5 |


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