As such, rules and standards of conduct will be applied that help keep this forum functioning as the owners desire. The final song is 'Sweet Nothings' which is another great composition. But everything is totally audible. It starts slowly, with a sensual guitar that when explodes becomes powerful and virtuoso. Every release is such a treasure to my ears! Please go and listen to his music on his bandcamp site or other online platforms such as Spotify. My admiration to Plini, every single song he has released has given me satisfactory moments, and I can say I am eagerly waiting to his first full-length album, because I think it might be a landmark in the progressive rock scene. I really like the raw approach, but its bordering on a bit too raw for me personally.
This cadre of musicians that occasionally find themselves working together including Plini, Jakub Zytecki, Widek, David Maxim Micic, Sithu Aye, Gru Piotrek Gruszka , etc. The first release that features more than one song, so I think this is a good place to start digging Plini's music. This is 5 stars for me. This time is Ayu making a guitar solo, as a guest. Another nice song to add to my Plini collection However, I am honestly on the fence about the production. And again, this is a great offering for instrumental metal lovers. Electronic elements are added and a kind of post-rock feel briefly appears.
The technique and virtuosity of these guys is really evident. As always, your actual mileage may vary. This is 5 stars for me. Now, overall, I'd want it a little more epic sounding - ie: more ambience across the board. I don't really know about metal so I cannot compare it, but in moments the guitars remind me of A. So this digital track was a fundraising that would go to that people with the intention of give them a better place to live. So, sounds fine to me.
Well, I invite you to listen to Plini's music yourself, I am sure you will have a positive musical journey. What I like about Plini is that despite his youth, his compositions sound so mature, so well crafted, like if he was creating music since ten or more years ago. Musically, I'm always waiting for something to happen in these kinds of things, because there's not really any melodic - and hence harmonic - development outside of some block chords and stuff. The first two are from Plini and the last two from Aye, however, both musicians are guest guitar soloists in one of the two tracks from the other one. They are Plini from Australia and Sithu Aye from Scotland and in this release you will listen to four songs that make a total time of 20 minutes.
We would like to remind our members that this is a privately owned, run and supported forum. After two minutes there is a short stop and we can take a breath, but then drums appear and a new structure is being built. The music is totally in the prog metal vein, but also could be categorized as djent. Well, better late than never, and I am sure he has the potential to be discovered by so many people from all the globe, it will happen sooner than later, I am sure. Well, Sweet Nothings has four compositions that make a total time of 16 minutes. Definitely an album I recommend all prog rockers to check out for the wonderful production and multi-track layering accomplished here.
Seconds later it changes, slows down and a new structure and atmosphere are being built up. Hopefully, you'll come away as amazed and thrilled by this new crop of gifted artists as I have been. Listening to this work repeatedly never seems to shake my tendency to compare this music to that of Canadian father-son fusion artists, Dean and Taylor Watson: the album starts and ends with more metal-influenced music like Taylor, and is filled with fine jazz-rock fusion in the middle. Posted Thursday, July 2, 2015 Review 1433617 Plini? In the second minute things shift more into 'it's own' territory with some awesome lead guitar soloing. The addition of drums is pretty accurate, and then the bass can also be perceived. Other Things was recorded back in 2012 and released in 2013.
As always, your actual mileage may vary. And this one returns to the bombastic scene, to the virtuosity, to the obvious enormous technique of this guitar man, and also to the metal oriented side of Plini. An excellent split, it is always a pleasure to discover and listen to musicians this great, though I am not a metal fan, I know when music is well done. Since the first seconds, you will notice that Plini might be a young project, but never an amateur one, because the music is really challenging, interesting and complex, truly mature for such a young man. It flows and progresses and becomes majestic, it is simply great! Here we listen to soft and kind rock, much slower, with less intensity but with a wonderful composition. Cascade 6:00 is certainly a song that showcases Plini's guitar prowess, but it also satisfies in the way that it fits modern prog soundscapes and constructs.
Besides guitars, which are evidently the main element, here I like a lot the atmosphere created by keyboards, which is more evident after 2 minutes where the song becomes more emotional. But then the full number of tracks previously layered together join in for a melodic 'chorus' hook, but then it's back to sparse djenty guitar with a little electric jazz-fusion lead accompaniment and then takeover. So it is exciting that in 3:20 minutes he gives us a rollercoaster of genres and sounds. Then after the fifth minute the intensity increases, guitar takes the leadership and the prog metal ambient returns, now with a more emotional atmosphere. . Every release is such a treasure to my ears! I insist, if you listen to this song without knowing the performer, some big and acknowledge musicians' names will come to your mind, so it is truly satisfactory to understand this new man called Plini is creating first-class music.
It has several time changes, and after three minutes it becomes heavier, more in the metal vein. Hopefully, you'll come away as amazed and thrilled by this new crop of gifted artists as I have been. Super creative, reminds me a bit of Dream Theater. At 1:44 the music shifts drastically into singular djenty guitar and space. Please give yourself a refresher on. So this Australian wonder has been around creating music for the last three years, and I am just discovering it nowadays. In this track, there is Plini making a guest guitar solo.