Label debut release on Seahorse recordings, recorded and engineered by Paolo Messere of Blessed Child Opera, - Deny, from southern italy, write brilliant tracks, even somehow unusual if meant within the italian scene, although more regular abroad, along proper rules of more rarefied indie noise Music. - The very good opening Charles Bonnet Syndrome, in crescendo (let me think of echoes of early inspired Smashing Pumpinks), is the right visiting card to get soon respect, and New Song - with a false lo-fi start - carries a guitaristic catharsis dear to Sebadoh, - potential hit single. - The final untitled track is an adrenalinic deserved encore on stage after a live show full of distorted sounds loading a psyhedelic melodic charge. - I see some ingenuity and dead points on Your Smell and Leave Me High digressions, -as well on Leaves of Grass, that made me suffer before reaching a sublime ending, brutally sentimental, like pointing to the celestial dome. Ok, then there's the bluesy incursion of Only Love To.., - and initially i thought i skipped in error to another record, - only later it goes back to the more recognizable album's style, with some interesting fuzzy guitars, - even if one more time the track betrays the listener turning away somewhere else, - as well as it does the one named with three points '...', with an electronic closure, like a room in another room. I think Sharing Ghosts is a worthy introduction to the next forthcoming Deny's album, - i imagine of something more mature, a richer songwriting and more melancholic. Music @ myspace/denymusic.
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