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CYCLES

Maurizio Bianchi

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing


1. M-Cycle (Gekkei Mensu) (8:39)
2. E-Cycle (Densikoogaku) (8:05)
3. N-Cycle (Sinkei Keitoo) (8:48)
4. S-Cycle (Kagaku Teki Na) (8:12)
5. T-Cycle (Kami) (7:38)
6. R-Cycle (Rentogen-Syasin) (8:39)
7. U-Cycle (Utyuu No) (8:36)
8. A-Cycle (Kookogaku) (8:27)
9. L-Cycle (Kenkyuusitu) (6:25)

Total Time 72:09

Line-up / Musicians


- Maurizio Bianchi / instruments, electronics

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CDr EEs'T Records 16MB016 (2004)

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Review by philippe
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4 stars Moving music floating in gorgeous abstract ambiences. All pieces are composed for long "monotonous" drones and electronic loops, creating a dense field of sonic harmonies. Maurizio Bianchi explores with imagination physical organic sounds, alternating electronic circular motifs with superpositions of textural abstractions, interferences...The hypnotic loopings created for the occasion are impressively effective, most part of time really dark and creepy. The bass droning like effects are perfectly achieved and reach the top of the genre. Each composition is "interrupted" by a serie of micro silences. This album is more in the musical path developed in M.B's recent mysterious, dreamlike soundscapes of "Emmnha Niddah" or "the testamentary corridor". A hauntingly "visceral" collection of sounds with deep bass drones. Not for all ears but essential for those who are into dark ambient and building circular electronics of Conrad Schnitzler.

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