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R.C.E.

Maurizio Bianchi

Progressive Electronic


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4 stars R.C.E is a dense neurotic-electronic celebration with winter-like, cold and dry tempers shaped by religious affinities. This album is structured by a disintegrated pianoforte, transversal electronic obliteration and foggy dronescapes. This is an honest compromise, an achieve balance between M.B's most radical, subversive noisy experimentats and delicate meditative synthesised excursions. R.C.E opens this detached misanthropic march with a furious buzzing noisy ambience (R.C.E. 1). The second piece is much more suspenseful and ethereal featuring virtuous droning stratification in a symbiotic system of beauty and harmony. R.C.E 3 represents the creative pinnacle of the album. It's made up of large, moving, unearthy soundscapes enveloped in doom-like electronic frequencies, metallic-industrial-confused noises and punctuated by furiously elegiac, perpetually mobile piano chords. A unique articulation of sounds that forms M.B musical signature. Ambiguous, antagonistic and melancholic transportation.
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