The fabric of the grimpeurs have it all, the three from Daniele Faraotti Band. It can be immediately understood from how they deal with the most challenging hairpin bends in the composition, the violent tears along a melodic path and the roughness presented by harmonies and rhythms straddling different genres and eras.
That is with the vis post punk of the best Wires, the progestancy of the more mature Crimson, the unprejudiced rock-jazz vision of the Mahavishnu Orchestra and the skewed meaning of Faust’s author song.
Agile and light even where they take on the responsibility of more articulated and complex arrangements, timbres (horns, theremin, cello) unusual for the geometry of three.
The Mountain Grand Prix in the Tour of indie Italy has some serious suitors in them.
Elio Bussolino