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Tv Lumière

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https://www.inkoma.com/k/2224

(11tx cd, 58'51'' self-prod. 'o5)

 | pall youhideme
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Piuttosto caotici i Tv Lumière nell'aprire questo disco, volumi alti sulle distorsioni, due accordi, pause e poi un'altra carica a creare l'onda di impatto. Una sorta di atmosfera sospirata, contemplativa/poetica e dolorante si crogiola tutte le tracce, in una cornice nera, come l'artwork spartano del cd. - Produzione curata da Amaury Cambuzat (Ulan Bator, Enfants Rouges, anche agli strumenti su parte delle tracce), l'album miscela arpeggi chorus wave anni 8o a saturazioni quasi post-punk (la carica strumentale D'Improvviso). - Su Ritratti e giochi d'infanzia sviluppano una buona idea di tensione lirica, come anche con la cantilena francese de I Gatti (L'amour, mon amour, qui ne vit plus dans moi, canta Francesco Persichini, quasi scuola "dark" Diaframma nel cantato in tono sommesso), divisa in due parti, accompagnato alla seconda voce dalla bassista Irene Antonelli.

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Somewhat choatic, italian Tv Lumière play first track, high volumes on distortions, two chords, a quiet stop, and then a new load to form an impact wave. Sort of atmosphere of whispers, contemplate/poetic and suffering, all building a gloomy/black mood over tracks, like spartan cd artwork. A production cared by Amaury Cambuzat (Ulan Bator, Enfants Rouges, playing several instruments too on some titles), this album blends chorus effected 80's new wave guitar riffs to half postpunk saturation (instrumental load of D'Improvviso). On Ritratti e giochi d'infanzia kids create a fairly good lyric tension idea, like with french lullaby of I Gatti (L'amour, mon amour, qui ne vit plus dans moi, sings Francesco Persichini, - vocals memories of italian Diaframma), divided in two suites, with satin female background vocals of bass player Irene Antonelli.
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