The debut album „Alset“ by musician Giuseppe Fallacara aka "Glanko" tells the story of genius Nikola Tesla. Quite similar to the complexity of the topic, „Alset“ is a comprehensive mixture between hard-driving rhythms and tense harmonies in a hazy way. These components evolve into a kind of transparent energy created by analogue sound generators, sound filters and numerous sound effects. Alienated guitar parts dive into dynamic IDM beats and bring the songs alive. Nothing remembers of a classical guitar sound anymore. Peaceful parts transform into highly charged impulses again and again and reveal their complexity in every track of this album perfectly. It’s not overloaded with harmonies – “Alset” contains a multifarious sound catching the listener’s attention all the time.
Cyberpunk ambient-electronica with lots of calming static and whirring percs that instills a sense of anxious anticipation and a sense of resolution. "Forest Lover" is that perfect example, of a non-human future, with only its history carved out by unthinking machines and datanodes of journal entries amidst the woods recovering from the last war. Moonholders
Powerful, dark and atmospheric IDM at its best. It's got all the eclectic glitch, echoic ambiance, and deep somber pads one could ask for. There's even a nice lining of well placed piano in spots. Excellent from front to back. Huron resides in a similar futuristic sci-fi vein to Access to Arasaka, but with a touch more rhythmic emphasis. So if you're already a fan of ATA, then you absolutely won't go wrong with this. Can't wait to hear what's next for Huron! Fahrenheight Nova