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Expanding Horizon

Alio Die & Mathias Grassow

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Album Review

Expanding Horizon is a double-CD set of minimalist drones from two of Europe's leading practitioners of the style — Mathias Grassow and Alio Die (aka Stefano Musso). It is a natural pairing of two like-minded souls. Musso and Grassow have built some of e-music's densest walls of dark drones. Grassow has forged most of his textures synthetically and electronically. He has, nonetheless, created organic ambience. Musso is one of Europe's foremost sound manipulators. His organic atmospheres evolve from warped samples and distorted sounds. The soundscapes are intense and incessant. The psychoactivity is essential. This CD is out there where few have gone. It will appeal to fans of Lustmord, Andrea Marutti, Max Corbacho, and Robert Rich.

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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