|2.||"Reparto Totura" (4:15)|
|3.||"Il Terrore A Luce Verde" (2:27)|
|1.||"Visioni Sconvolgenti" (3:15)|
|2.||"Bruciore Pelle" (1:48)|
|3.||"Sega Della Morte" (2:13)|
America's Bruce Ditmas has always relied on the outer fringes of the jazz scene, even before he began to experiment with abstract electronics. The man is a classically trained drummer who has made the switch to pastures more left of field, and that's how he's landed on the sorts of sounds emanating from the present Visioni Sconvolgenti. Out through Dead-Cert, this is one of the most intriguing slices of experimentation that we've heard the year, and it blows a lot of the current generation's work out the water. The label has always been a source of quality gear, but this might just be one of the best things they've put out. For fans of Hanson, Dilloway and Turman.
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