Prospero presents his new album, “Turning Point”, which introduces a wide range of musical stylings, but the variety of styles does not always meet with great results. Musically this album is all over the place, going from typical rock songs to rhythmic noise pieces to ambient constructions; the way it is pieced together here makes the entire thing feel disjointed and uneven.
CD, Artoffact, 2008 www.artoffact.com I have always seen Prospero as the electronic scene’s version of Marmite; you either love it or hate it. I have always found him strangely satisfying [ … ]
2CD, Sub.Session Media / Brume Records, 2004 www.sub-session.com/prospero Two CDs, an impressive host of collaborators, and almost 120 minutes of music come with Prospero’s new album, “Spreading the Infection.” While [ … ]