Posts Tagged ‘U36 review’


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In an attempt to absorb some serious delays due to releases piling up, Massimo Ricci has started to develop some very short haiku-like reviews of older titles in his main vehicle for sharing his impressions, the Touching Extremes platform – here, he throws some very appreciative words on U36 Andrea BorghiFuochi Rituali di San Giuseppe“, describing it like a detailed “grower” crawling under your skin and ears

 

 

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In another to the point overview of U36 for the veteran The Sound Projector Jennifer Hor gets drawn into the nebulous language of fire, and its strange comforting effects…

 

 

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Steve Cammack, from long-time running legendary UK “industrial” project has vivid recollection from past campfire experience, and insists on the dynamic audio qualities of U36…

 

 

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Fire and fascination go together – most of all, fire means some sort of purification according to Richard Allen, but it is also a very captivating and under exploited element soundwise which gains here unsuspected colors and triggering features…

 

 

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Frans de Waard, while depicting the social and historical context of this work, confirms its thorough exploration of fire as sound element, but also its potent aspects…something to perhaps help slipping into another level of reality…

 

 

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