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Studio Album, released in 2008

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. A Drop Within A Drop (16:23)
2. The Pulsating Silence (15:44)
3. Wonderful Ostentation (18:32)
4. In The Fish Trove (23:56)

Line-up / Musicians

- Andrea Marutti / all electronics & effects

Releases information

Nextera CD
All music recorded live in Archiaro (Catanzaro, Italy) on August the 24th, 2007

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Review by philippe
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4 stars Performed and recorded live in Archiaro (Catanzaro, Italy) on August 2007, ?The subliminal relation between planets presents outstanding sensory-emotionally ecstatic droning textures with a great feeling of floating sensations. The concept fit perfectly with the symbolical significant musical harmony of the spheres (Pythagorean Greek theory on mathematical principles). In this magic live and largely improvised performance built on synthesised sounds and electronic treatments, Andrea Marutti invites the audience to a sacred mission connected to other worlds.The album seems to redeem the world through art. The opening musical scene provides a certain exalted and peaceful psych electronic chant built on massive droning waves, punctuated by natural and noisy amplified effects. Angelic and long sustained melodies are floating on the surface. The Pulsating Silence is a vigorous tranced out excursion throw sonic noises mixed with field recordings and fragmented dronescapes. Wonderful Ostentation contains completely absorbing echoing metallic lines inter-twined with cosmic synth drones are reminiscent of early Cluster / Eruption works. The album closes with deep resonant synth-scapes creating a type of hypno-magnetic attraction on the listener. This live recording is an ecstatic-aesthetic peak experience that transform our perception of sounds and forms.
Review by admireArt
4 stars Expansive and glorious!

Andrea Marutti's 2008, " The Subliminal Relation Between Planets - Live In Archiaro", carries on with the exploration of environmental music that is both like "modern" life itself, part machinery, part natural.

His musical language blends both sonic experiences, but unlike some contemporaries, the real deal here is the melody lines underlying always the subtle noise/music ambients, expansive and permanent slow paced transitions, enhancing the project's name & goal to its full potential.

A minimalistic but highly charged and emotional, four piece live performance, extending up to an hour and 14 minutes+-.

Each composition derives into the other, the intense and almost invisible melody lines are flawless in their magntetism, which kept me "hooked' all album long.

Massive, low keyed, slow paced, attractive and perfectly achieved "live" performance. In short flawless!

****4.5 PA stars. A "do not miss" project!

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