CARLO SPERA & STEREONOISE - Sto Correndo (Videoradio)
Review from SENSORIUM music magazine
The act of beginning of Carlo Spera & Stereonoise proposes a fusion-like mixture with marked electronic attitude that wisely flirts with pop sound. The final result is creative and enjoyable, also with merit of a brilliant and sophisticated production. "Sto correndo", in fact, does fresco backgrounds from ''fourth world'' thanks to the valuable contribution from Mario Massa's trumpet, while the frippian embroideries of guitarist Maurizio Marzo adds further esteem to the range at issue.
Many musical influences are deduced: think of the epidermic opener "Brainstorm", vaguely lysergic, to "Troppo sole", breakbeat exercise ''next'' to Funki Porcini, or still the title-track, from the electronic substrate with Clock DVA's smell. The more popular side is rapresented by the "depechemodian" rhythmic of "Il fantasma" and the funk/acid jazz touches of "Il grande gladiatore". "Litorali" and "Dancefloor", at last, make fresco backgrounds of ambient techno à la Orbital helped by a fragrant "davisian" puff.
A well succeeded travel on the whole, with the little ecception of the central part of the tome: nothing worring however, becouse of the duration of the "platter", well further sixty minutes. A valid and talented ensemble: do conced them a listen at www.stereonoise.com