Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Explore New Music From Eraldo Bernocchi and Anguish On RareNoise Records

Musician, composer and co-founder of RareNoise Records, Eraldo Bernocchi is preparing to release a new album title "Like A Fire That Consumes All Before It." The new release features Bernocchi handling all the instrumentation as the music is an underscore for the film "Cy Dear," about the famous American artist, Cy Twombly. The music just floats on by with its ambient feel, as it's intention is to only add emotion to the films subject matter. The soundtrack will not excite you, but instead give you a calming feel, that allows you to just listen and relax. Most of the tracks on this 18-song release are only a few minutes long, as Eraldo Bernocchi is able to showcase some of his latest instrumental work. He incorporates subtle industrial beats on "The Silver Laugh" to give his music a more modern feel. He delivers a Pink Floydian sound to "A Crack In Time," before closing with the gentle touch of piano on "Near By Distance." To find out more about Eraldo Bernocchi and his latest release "Like A Fire That Consumes All Before It," please visit eraldobernocchi.com.


Next, we get the new experimental outing from the all-star line-up of Will Brooks, Mats Gustafsson, Hans Joachim Irmler, Mike Mare and Andreas Werliin. Their new album is titled "Anguish," and features a free-form infused jazz, Krautrock sound with no parallel. The music sounds as if it came from some random jam sessions as the opening track "Vibrations" has very little form attached to it. You are simply drawn in by the wonder of what comes next. The music moves into the hip-hop territory with the solid rhythm and rolling vocals of "Gut Feeling." The poetry of "Healer's Lament" is stunning as the ambient backdrop adds to the emotions of the lyrics. The nine-song set closes with the buzz of "A Maze Of Decay" and the seven-minute steady climb of "Wumme." To find out more about the new release of "Anguish," please visit rarenoiserecords.com/anguish.

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