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Maurizio Bianchi


Progressive Electronic

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3 stars Maurizio Bianchi was one of the earliest proponents of industrial electronic music back at the end of the 70's. After the rawest-noisy electronic injections of his first manifests (notably under the pseudonym Sacher Pelz), he launched the so called trancey-industrial drone ambient scene (with pionnering works such as The Plain Truth, 1983). Today his releases include composite synthetic timbres, various rotative loops and complex meditative ambiences (A.MB iehn tale, 2005; Valley of deep shadows, 2008) to name a few. Published during the last years Blut Und Nebel is a rare collection of re-issued (remixed) pieces taken from M.B early electronics. It includes various taped materials with a wide ranging collage sounds. The textural ambiences are impressively corrosive-abrasive punctuated by vivid echoing sounds, abstract metallic harmonies. A few pieces include continuous sound form experiments. The sonic content is evident and the atmosphere is evocative, exploring informal interactive spheres. A difficult listening but a must have for fans of low-powered-suspended electronic music.
philippe | 3/5 |


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