Riccardo Z. is a really active musician. RZ.1984, Forests And Communism or ZR19.84 are projects of the Italian musician, but here especially with the former did not care much.
"Soviet Corpses" carries with it a considerable number of titles, of which the first ten performances have appeared on GR Productions. The abnormal limit of ten copies only should it have made sure that hardly anyone would have come to enjoy it. Now you have another opportunity to now being the number again is not exactly mass-compatible. So if this continues, what concerns the ultra-sharp limitations on SkullLine ...
About the ambition behind the project is unfortunately not really get to experience something, even though the titles may leave a slightly bitter aftertaste, so I strengthen myself on the musical side of Svartkirke Records.
One could rewrite the result as experimental analog electro with retro-and part cinematic influence. In addition, due to the whole space a certain factor, under which sometimes mingle beautifully powerful rhythms, such as for example in "Korg MS10" (a classic analog synthesizer).
Also very nice-looking pieces of music have their place and that the musicians always something varies, it is a good thing. Because even if this work comes up with a decent number of tracks, the stylistic orientation is still stuck quite closely.
Fortunately, the musical settings pose many interesting moments, but who want to be recorded only once. Especially at first the album seems purely instrumental in nature, but vocal performances and winning samples until later in importance. Thus, the flow is just held later in the life and especially in the second half moments come to light, as I have not really expected.
Performances such as "Controtempo" or "Hiss Revue" live by good atmospheric reaction, which is reinforced by skillfully mentioned samples. This at least gives me the impression that there might be a separate section. Moreover, these engaging performances not insignificantly to the overall successful result in, with the handwriting of Z. Riccardo is unmistakable.
What remains is a really good disc, which reveals its true charm, however, not immediately, but all 'the reward, something to bring the time and interest.
Rating: 7.5 out of 10 pieces of silver
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