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Plurima Mundi


Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.40 | 7 ratings

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3 stars The most appealing aspect of this EP is the sound of the individual instruments. Plurima Mundi has one of the silkiest violin tones I have ever heard; at times it is so full I mistook it for an accordion! I love the electric guitar tone, which is similar to my sound I would say, and the bass both thumps and pops. The soft feminine vocals are endearing, but occasionally she can wail in an unsettling way. The music is dynamic, ranging from almost inaudible, breathy passages to harsh dissonance. The extended piece "Laboratoria 30" is sometimes too disjointed for my taste, but may appeal to avant-prog fans. The fourth and final track has dramatic male and female vocals along with erratic drums and violin, not to mention pop and disco sensibilities
Epignosis | 3/5 |


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