Released: 2012 By Projekt
Available on backorder
Acoustic and real sounds
Sylvain Lupari / gutsofdarkness.com & synth&sequences.com
An anchorite craftsman of a monastic and dreamlike musical world, Alio Die (Stefano Musso) unfolds its abstracted musical paintings on dark and ecclesiastical works since the beginning of the 90s. This Italian musician, who is much more a sculptor of musical forms than a keyboardist/synthesist fond of long and complex sequenced structures, has built himself an enviable reputation in the circle of dark ambient EM, as prove it his about forty albums realized in collaborations with various artists in search of musical paintings to nature ecclesiastical meditative. If the musical signature of Alio Die is stamped of a dark approach, its doesnt perspire on Deconsecrated and Pure. His 20th solo album, and his very first on the American label Projekt, is a mix of coldness and poetry in a stifling ambiance tetanized by layers with tones molded in a mixture of metal and angels’ sighs which glide in oblivion.
Very poetic and musical breaths, sounding as plaintive oboes, open Layers of Faith”. Serene and meditative
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