I'm sure all of us must thank that fearless ancestor of ours, the one who first found courage to eat that weird of animal the lobster is. I mean, said that, it is not in my intentions to support the massive consume of a living being, killed and tortured so cruelly, - anyway, it also sounds clear to me that the man who decided to experience what it was like to bit a crustacean, apparently so tasty, - or, maybe simplier, because of being really starving, he wasn't scared by its rocky shape, - and we know a lobster doesn't look exactly edible at first sight. That's the same for me with the not-so-friendly-sound of Solquest (that is, Stefano Spataro [formerly Ada Nuki, see former komareview]), - i would never imagined to be the first man here at komakino to write about Fiare Vechi CD [from rumanian 'old iron']. But, here i am, quietly getting closer, an inch from the surface of the water, - despite my early mistrust, seen their music cut, doubtful alien and aerial, - but, on the contrary, You cannot but being fascinated by the idea of a humanity rooted behind frightening and disjointed fragments, submarine-like in III or II. A Carpenterian process, Solquest keep clear a hidden way out, extraordinarily warm and hopeful, like the fire that father and son light up now and then along the apocalyptic voyage of The Road, by Cormac McCarthy. A comparison with the amazing book released two years ago was a foregone conclusion, also in relation with the evocative videos coming together with these tracks, showing such so abandoned places, closed to The Last Man on Earth by Ragona. Only a culture that feeds itself with lobsters so tragically can turn into bleakness the place they live in.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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