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Album Review

The first full-length release on the Italian Amplexus imprint — an extremely limited-run "music and design" label/project — Alio Die's Suspended Feathers is easily his most accomplished work to date. A flawless, organic blend of textured acoustical elements, deep, meditative drones, field recordings, and all methods of sampler microscopy, the album combines shifting, programmatic textural composing with more dimensional aspects which, in addition to their emotional depth, give Musso's pieces a sense of space and movement. Quite simply some of the most enveloping, affecting "pure" ambient you're ever likely to hear; a pity, given how hard the album is to track down.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Since the late '80s, Stefano Musso has recorded deep, evocative experimental ambient and electro-acoustic soundscapes under the name Alio Die. Combining sweeping electronics with found sound and acoustical treatments that have echoed through the recent works of composers such as Robert Rich, Tetsu Inoue, and Brian Williams, Musso has assembled a rich and varied collection of recordings for such labels as Projekt, Timebase, Fathom, and his own Hic Sunt Leones label. Based in Milan, Musso studied art...
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