Acheloo is the project with which the Roman Carlo Luzi pursues his passion for music-ambient electronics, having participated in the eighties of the duo Terra della Sera, along with Paolo De Gregori.
Self, this "Sirens" returns to us a genuine passion and, of course, well-prepared to accept large emanations of the "cosmic couriers," even if certain sounds more liquid and impalpable directly call into question the Stars Of The Lid, especially for ' Using guitar sounds "processed" (this is the case, for example, the long crossing inside "Raidne" or the beautiful and melancholic "Melody of Dark").
Divided into seven tracks, this is therefore a work that deserves some attention, even for the care with which Luzi manages to balance the various nuances of sound, still capable of weaving landscapes sound poised between evanescence and transcendence, between wide-open spaces and sense of danger emptiness ( "Ligea"), bringing the murky, mysterious visions of Tangerine Dream with natural dedication, but also with a respectable personalities, managing to implement changes "melodic" that might take us further, to strange, ambiguous galaxies ( "Deianira").
And if in "Teles" Instead, the tones are discovering claims, so that seems to cross a forest of symbols with the cosmic unknown, the title track song of the sirens disperses between galactic mazes, with synthetic chimes from movies . But perhaps it's in religious abbacinante religious contemplation of "The Bride Of Taar" that is consumed, the better, the desire to embrace a universalistic, with her quiet prayer and his endless desire to go off in the dark.
by: Francesco Nunziata http://www.ondarock.it