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Subterranean Thoughts

Label: Silentes Minimal Editions

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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"Subterranean Thoughts is an extremely intriguing experimental electronic album that finds the perfect equation between aesthetic of enlightenment and the production of cinematic sound textures. Subterranean Thoughts is a ravishing immersive experience, conjugating concrete elements with well established electronic treatments. Rewind is a dreamy-like, detached piece that dissolves tonal violinist stringed orchestration into a vast electronic abstract path (an obvious contrast between decadent industrial noises and clestial rains). This is substantial religious, introspective music. Recovered Memories is a mysteriously luminous, composite piece featuring concrete sounds enveloped in a discreet, moving electronic veil. This is a fantastic obstinate research to find images, sensations and impressions in the antique mysteries and in the secrets of the humane nature. Without any transition we are transported in the archaeological torment of Back to Laudomia, which explores the heart of human being in front of the revelation of nothingness. We meet large drone sequences, continuous sound forms, suggesting eternity beyond time and mortality. It ends with a supreme minimalist melody that disappears in a deep silence. Perpetual Cycles is an other strange but haunted emanation combining concrete sounds with passion and enchantment. Subterranean Thoughts is a cavernous lugubrious piece featuring doom-like, looped e-guitar impulsions. The Liquid Dreams figures in one of the most beautiful, cosmical-inflected composition written by Nimh. Abrasive, burgeoning tellurian drones covers a sumptuously serene, minimalist organic melody. The album ends with a languorous, poetical, cloudy piano prelude. Giuseppe Verticchio improvises magic universes where the absolute meets the fiction and the reality. A hermetic, ecstatic collection of indeterminate electronic constellations." - Philippe Blache

Cat. number: sme 0505
Year: 2005