Alongside Daturah’sÂ S/TÂ release, Denovali Records has also chosen to repress the long awaitedÂ L’oceano Delle Onde Che Restano Onde Per SempreÂ from Neil On Impression as a part of their “10 Years of Denovali” reissue series.Â Released in 2008,Â this record quickly gained something of a kindred following.
Hailing from Forli, Italy, this 8-piece is most notable for their wide range of fully orchestrated instrumentationÂ combiningÂ Guitars, Drums, Voice, Percussion, Hands, Piano, Accordion, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Saxophone, Trumpet, Organ, Keyboards, Effects, Cello and Violin. With all the moving parts amid this project, nothing feels convoluted — instead, every aspect feels punctual and important.
This is a one time only repress from Denovali so be sure to jump on this!!
“Sometimes albums that arenâ€™t completely innovative seem to strike with an astounding force; Neil on Impression may not bring anything brand new to the music table, but their complex melange of genres and expert blend of string instruments takes them one step closer to compositional perfection. Throughout the album, the listener gets the feeling the band has a strict agenda they stick to, as they flawlessly deliver each note and integrate delicate and sophisticated touches of classical into crisp, utterly powerful, and epic post-rock pieces. For those looking for a sound stripped of all artificiality, be sure not to miss this gem.” (Top 3 Albums of 2008 – The Silent Ballet)
The long awaited reissue of the cult record "L'oceano delle onde che restano onde per sempre" from 2008. The eight piece group Neil On Impression from Italy presents a real masterpiece of instrumental music - fully-orchestrated movements combining harrowing Guitars, Drums, Voice, Percussion, Hands, Piano, Accordion, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Saxophone, Trumpet, Organ, Keyboards, Effects, Cello and Violin.
Superb. L'oceano Delle onde che Restano onde per Sempre is an album sure to win the heart of any instrumental music fan, and Neil On Impression by extension are deserving of spotlight attention: leaps and bounds ahead of so many bands that keep remaking the same flawed record. (4.5 / 5.0 - Sputnik Music)
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive