This is the first officially recognized work of the two Italian brothers; in 2014 they present an introspective album that is able to penetrate the deepest shadow of the human mind. Through resounding echoes, the twosome makes its music as sharp as a blade that clearly cuts the umbilical cord with the songs heard so far in the electronic music scene. Everything begins with an electronic base upon which Rick and Nora Byron raise a pyramid of new sounds, sometimes strident, but smoothed by a soothing voice that goes along and reassures those who listen to it. Feelings are clear and distinct in nine tracks, halfway between dreamlike impressions and raw reality which is often difficult to recognize until someone does not reveal it in front of the closed eyes of those who are afraid to see it. From the first track of the album, this guys are able to narrow those eyes and to make them curious, catching and holding them open until the end of the trip. This is a humble but musically brave project which does not seek praise and recognition beyond measure, because music does not need this. It just needs instinct and heart on the part of the writer and good ears in those who are able to listen to it.
So, chill out and Tell Me About Your Mother.
Editor: Joe Lukketti
Mastering: Alex Raider
Cover: Michele Condosta
Supporters: Gianrico Sarracco, Andrea Silvestrini, Sylvia, Shark.
Executive Production By Be Groove Records.