Vayu Rouah

by ALIO DIE & AGLAIA

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Rsfx-amb An hour long magic carpet ride of pure sonic bliss.
Richard Gürtler
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Richard Gürtler Highly refined, richly built, expansively euphoric and charmingly intimate aural sceneries. "Vayu Rouah" is certainly one of the most emotionally moving long form compositions I have ever heard in this genre, absolutely essential for ambient fans everywhere. Journeying with Stefano, Gino and Gianluigi transported me into magnificently beautiful and warmly fascinating deep night blue sky to capture pure moments of natural magic. Molte grazie, signori!!!
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Duff Egan ebbing and flowing and beautiful for the entire listen. This record has been the listening focus of the week and it's been memorable. Such an inspiration to experience, thank you.
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Brian Bourassa One of the more ethereal recordings of Alio Die, due in part to the brilliant contributions of Gino Fioravanti, and Gianluigi Toso, otherwise know as Aglaia.

These three Italians seems to transport us from an earthly realm to one of a more cosmic or mystical one.

Never, however, does it lose sight of its roots as the complex and circular evolving structures that permeate throughout, keeps us tethered, if only by a thread, to the ground below us.
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Cosmic like Three Organic Experiences, esoteric like Password for Entheogenic Experience, Vayu Rouah perform a kind of synthesis of the researches by Alio Die and Aglaia.
Vayu Rouah is the primordial wind that join cabala and sonorous alchemies, an inexorable flux with extended electro-acoustic solutions, by a wide range of frequencies.
A very long and slow gestation of about eight years have absorbed different musical moods and have stratified itself throw the time.. sound after sound.. towards his extreme possibilities. The listeners that loved the first chapters, that inspired this work, will find themself in perfect armony into Vayu Rouah's spirals.

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released February 13, 2015

Composed and celebrated by Gino Fioravanti, Gianluigi Toso and Stefano Musso (BMI) between 2003 & 2010.
Mastered at Temple studio march 2011.

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ALIO DIE Italy

Since the late 80s, Stefano Musso has recorded deep, evocative experimental ambient & electro-acoustic soundscapes under the name Alio Die.
His music is a shadowy, cavernous, intensely detailed fusion of acoustical elements, step-and-repeat sample treatments, sparse, echoing percussion, and deep, atmospheric sound design, textural passages..by the music's vague, entropic formlessness.
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