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M.B. / HUE / FHIEVEL - Erimos

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Digitalis Recordings DIGI048
Release Year: 2007
Note: great "organic-drone" collab-work by this project of FHIEVEL, HUE (Matteo Uggeri) and MAURIZIO BIANCHI
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Sehr schner "organic drone" one-tracker, eine italienische Zusammenarbeit von Ur-Gestein MAURIZIO BIANCHI mit den "Nachkommen" FHIEVEL und HUE (MATTEO UGGERI).

"... Die Schnheit von "Erimos" liegt im Organischen und Warmen dieses langen Stckes, das doch immer wieder einer Entdeckungs- und Forschungsreise durch dichte Klangwelten gleicht. Immer wieder bilden sich neue Klangkreise, einer webt um den anderen und wogt auf und ab. Gerusche, wie das Nahen eines Insektenschwarms, der Meterhoch und ungesehen ber einem Sumpfgebiet an einem schwlen Sommertag steht und surrt. Dumpfes Wabern einer Maschine. Alles das vereint "Erimos" auf ganz natrliche Weise. Wenn man sich die Zeit nimmt und "Erimos" aufmerksam erkundet, zeigt sich die wahre Grsse des Albums." [Creative-Eclipse]

"This release is quite special as it has given us the opportunity to work with one of our all-time favorite artists (and one of the true all-time greats), Maurizio Bianchi. Erimos is the first in a series of works about the spaces 'between the elements.' This album contains a single, 40+ minute exploration. Heavy on electronics, the amazing thing is how warm the whole piece feels. Bianchi is joined by two of the next generation of Italian sound sculptors, Hue (aka Matteo Uggeri) and Fhievel (aka Luca Bergero). The two have breathed new life into Bianchi's music, showing that the future of the Italian underground is brighter than ever. Bianchi began producing music almost 30 years ago in 1979, and since 1980 has used electronic equipment with the avowed goal 'to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on complete realizing of the modern decadence.' His best known work, Symphony for a Genocide was recently reissued by New York-based Hospital Productions. This seminal work proved what a pioneer in electronic music he was. On Erimos, we find Bianchi stretching time and manipulating sound as ever. Over the course of this monster performance, the trio weaves intricate circles around one another, nearly colliding at every point. But the success comes from their abilities to play off each other, resulting in original and captivating sounds and textures. It is electronic drones unlike any other. Erimos is captivating and beautiful, even if its main inspiration comes from something as desolate and isolated as the deserts on its cover." [label info]