Bruno Sanfilippo is an Argentinean/Spanish composer and a close friend of ambient musician Max Corbacho, who established to have his new album released on Michel Huygen’s label.
With his fifth album he attempts to make music that awakes images hidden in our memory, but which also corresponds to the fractal art images of American visual artist Janet Parke which are featured in the booklet.
Well, “Visualia” sounds quite intimate and imaginative at times. In the thrird track it even turns a bit grand with beautiful symphonic textures, voice and deep bass-tones.
“Visualia VII” delves into some Tim Story-kindred environment with treated piano and bell-sounds. The dreamy effect is a bit lost in the final track, sounding a bit dreary to my ears.
“Visualia” is a proper produced recording, holding something for any ambient-fan.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Bruno Sanfilippo artist page
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