Luca Fucci – Unresolved (Album – Luca Fucci)

Genres/Influences: Kinematics, Electronics.

Format: Digital, CD.

Background information: “Unsolved” is the third full album by Italian artist Luca Fucci, also known as Hidden Scars, which was also the title of his 2015 debut album.

Contents: This album is quite versatile, taking flight with pure Ambient/Cinematic music played on the piano. Quite gradually, the tracks evolve from evasive atmospheres to heavier cuts reinforced by industrial sound treatments and even acidic sequences. There is an alternation between slow and fast rhythms, the composition becoming more melodic and performed with bombastic arrangements.

+ + +: This album is an interesting production by its diversity and its eclecticism. I like the dreamy, evasive bits of part one, but I definitely prefer the more elaborate, darker, heavier cuts of part two. “Gateway” is a cool track for its industrialized sound and acid-like elements. And I also have to mention “Gazing Into The Abyss”, which is just a beautiful song.

– – –: I have nothing against diversity and different musical genres, but there is clearly a serious contrast between the first and second part of the work, the album being definitely divided into 2 different tracks.

Conclusion: “Unsolved” is a fascinating sonic experience spanning a broad spectrum of ambient/cinematic electronics.

Best Songs: “Gateway”, “Gazing Into The Abyss”, “Flowing Gold”.

Assess: seven.

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