From Rome, since about six years, guided by Massimiliano Cruciani, - name after the label its-self They decided to release the new album with (distributed in italy by Goodfellas). Blueprint, after years into emo-core, now play Music concentrated on ambient/instrumental sounds (Massimiliano's voice is on one song only), slow-core (a slowly beating heart), emotional post-rock, - leaden by two very polite guitars (noisy distortions are far), gentle and sensitive, swirling graceful in the air, looking for a vertigo through delay efx and noises coming far from synth. - A couple of days ago i saw them performing live, in a venue downhere: _They sound somewhat different live, more comunicative, more pathos and energy, - especially when They gear up, - on CD They stay on a sort of psychedelic plan, minimal, - while from the stage They can turn up amplifiers, building a stronger wall of Sounds, - like on Big Jim, where bass and drums bring together kind of a indie dance-floor rythm, - song that together with title-track is the most significative episode from this album. CD costs 1o euro, - good if You're into Giardini di Mirò, Mogwai, Death Cab For Cutie.
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