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Galati – Fragility (CD Album – Databloem)

By Oct 16,2019

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Genre/Influences: Dark-ambient, soundscape, cinematographic. 

Background/Info: Italian artist Roberto Galati has already been active for a couple of years now. He released a few number of albums, “Fragility”, being his newest exposure and the second work released by Databloem. 

Content: I honestly never heard of Galati before and discovered a sound, which is moving in between pure cinematographic music and dark-ambient. The sphere has something prosper and relaxing, but also featuring hostile passages accentuating a mysterious touch, which is progressively emerging at the surface. The work seems to be inspired by a voyage of Roberto Galati in Afghanistan, which you can discover in the pictures of the digipak.  

+ + + : “Fragility” is an appropriated title for a kind of inner reflection. Galati creates an ambient music universe filled with serenity, but also mixed with a mysterious, anguishing side. The progression of the songs –especially “Few Days In Sarhad-e-Broghil” is absolutely impressive. The writing is filled with little details and effects. Icy sound treatments together with hypnotic guitar effects are leading the listener into a contemplative state. I also have to say a word about the artistic digipak format of this album. 

– – – : The tracks are somewhat similar; there’s not a lot of diversity, but that’s rather characteristic for this kind of music. 

Conclusion: This is a fascinating work, which moves in between relaxing- and chilling passages. 

Best songs: “Few Days In Sarhad-e-Broghil”, “Irshad Uween”, “Kohe Hevad”. 

Rate: (7½). 

Artist: www.galatimusic.com

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Label:www.databloem.com / www.facebook.com/databloem 

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