Darkness in the hall, the curtain opens for a musical spectacle that tells us
about a voyage around the world.
Master Margherita continues his work, started with the last album on Peak Records, 'Hippies With Gadgets' creating evanescent atmospheres that carry us deep.
A neat sound; particularly clean, brilliant and psychedelic, painting the light of the sunrise.
A fluid collaboration with musicians from all over the world created 'The Marginal Rules', an album that tells us about all the things that are obviously present, but forgotten:
fire, stars, clouds, water, cats, nature and volcanos...
Soul music is the source that propels the emotional mixture of the elements:
percussion, guitars, birds, the violin and the chords of the bass guitar.
The opening ambient sequence leads to a musical height, the interlude, marked by percussion rhythms of Bugnite, which opens the door for the electronic funky/rock of Tactile and the unequivocal atmospheres of SpyGame.
Finally we hear 'Lisbon Dub', jumping tiny steps on water, followed by the profound Float, closing a story of love without time.
The curtain closes, The Marginal Rules
Blue Hour Sounds
Release date: May 5, 2011