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The Impossible Days

Label: Weird Amplexus

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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"This album reveals Giuseppe Verticchio’s incredible capacity to introduce us into an unique world of “concrete” sounds that sublimate the common nature. All compositions are means of communication. Concrete noises and electronic fequences are totally intertwined in an homogeneous spectral process. Lost signals features a minimal, obsessional synthesised micro-signal, endlessely repeated. It is progressively covered by moving, spherical electronic sequences, a cascade of natural sounds treated in studio. A brainey, lysergic ambience for hypno-like electronics and effects. The Impossible Day is a short cinematic interlude for manipulated sounds, sustained by rotative buzzing synthesized sounds, discreet repetitive metallic projections. A real menacing sci-fi atmosphere. Communicating Rooms starts once again with a bunch of evocative, familiar sounds, systematically re-worked with reasonaing electronic noises in order to create some dreamy-like / nightmarish mentalscapes. In Back to Teheran, the subjective cinema for the ears carries on with an intense orchestration of concrete sounds taken from everyday life, ordinary rituals and public transports. The electronic treatments add an aura of mystery. It invites the listener to open his senses to new kind of percpetion and interpretation. The album ends with the relaxing, cloudy and floating The Final Challenge. Certainly among the most environnemental, cinematic albums from Nimh. The Impossible Days is a very personal work, a real immersive trip through colourful sounds. It’s indispensable to give several listenings to appreciate all the facets and metaphoric visual expressions. For curious prog (electro) heads!" - Philippe Blache / Progarchives

Cat. number: WAX13
Year: 2004

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