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Maurizio Bianchi - Letzte Technologie (collaboration with Frequency in Cycles per Second) CD (album) cover


Maurizio Bianchi


Progressive Electronic

5.00 | 1 ratings

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5 stars This album has been released at the same period to some of the most majestic and melancholic electronic essays of M.B. Letze Technologie is a notorious work that represents M.B at his very best. This is purely vertiginous, transcendent and tragically superior, featuring abrasive-nocturnal dronescapes and noisy frequencies. The atmosphere is as usual very deep, sinister and attached to a certain emotional fragility (elaboration of dreamy-like surreal, ghostly voices). These infectious electronic grooves express the idea of suspenseful breathy respiration that definitely tries to escape from a dark oppressive malediction that surrounds an elementary environment made of lugubrious industrial noises & echoes. With humility and deep internal resonances this music evokes mystical-like crises, the fear and ecstasy of victims. This effort acts like a "divinisation" that reaches the listener to an other state of perception fare from the repugnant reality and closer to the impossible eternity. "Industrielles Habitat" (first track) is a key of deliverance in a unity of disaster, we are lost in life, the insolate and the creation. This album is absolutely beautiful, sublime, successively dissonant & harmonious. An epic, electronic manifest of decomposition.
philippe | 5/5 |


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