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I am thrilled to see the release of Claudio Fiore’s second album, Digital Universe. Apart from the fact that I count myself blessed to have Claudio as a friend, he is deeply talented, funny, generous, and brilliant. Claudio is a ‘can-do,’ guy with a heart of gold.

Digital Universe is a mixture of chillout, ambient sounds laced with great rhythms. Quirky and full of interesting punctuation, Claudio really knows how to create space in his music and draw you in. Satellite, Resonance and Digitized Mass are standout tracks for me. But this is a quality album…moody and pacy and reminiscent of the eighties in some aspects. Oh! And let’s not forget the Jazz influence…not overt, bur subtle. Go on…you know you want to…Go to Claudio’s blog for all the details.

Originally posted on The Claudio Fiore:

DIGITAL UNIVERSE

by Claudio Fiore

I am proud to present my second album DIGITAL UNIVERSE. A collection of Chillout, House, Trance, Ambient and Downtempo tracks, a whole 16 of them. Unbelievable value! After the initial release of my debut album 24Hours (soon to be available again re-released by Ultrasonic Music Germany as “24Hours Remastered” watch this space!), I set to work on my second album. A theme based album of electronica styled music ranging from ambient to trance with some rock, house, downtempo and chillout in between. I took the theme of the Universe, and digitised it, making the music to fit the grand scheme of things. This mostly instrumental electronica album would be a great addition to your MP3 collection especially if you like electronic music!

Track list:

  1. Digital Universe
  2. Stellar Prominences (Mellow Album Mix)
  3. Perturbations in Time
  4. Diurnal Motion
  5. Constellation
  6. Event Horizon
  7. Protostar
  8. Radio Signals
  9. Resonance (Didgeman…

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About niamh clune

I love to write in childish rhyme I really do it all the time A Doctor and a Nana too 'Tis on the plum tree that I grew! Before we go any further, I must let you into one of my secrets. When I was little, fairies lived at the bottom of my garden. I used to talk or sing to them quietly (as fairies don't like shouting). And when dew covered the grass and made it glitter and sparkle, I knew the fairies were preparing for a shindig! Everyone knows that when dew is on the grass, fairies have their choice of the most beautiful sparkles imaginable. Fairies might wear peony or iris sparkle. They might wear rose or violet sparkle. Boy fairies wear shamrock and shiny breeches of bark be-dewed and made smooth and slithery ~ great for sliding down mole-hills! Fairies always throw parties in celebration of dew, as fairies love nothing more! They drink it, and it makes them giggle! They wear it, and it makes them shimmer. Dew really is the diamond in the fairy-queen crown. Apart from anything else, dew means it is a new day, and fairies love the time before dawn when they can flit and dart ~ flicker and start; hover and whiz ~ zip and fizz; float and flash ~ make-a-dash; tease and prance ~ skip and dance; hurry and scurry ~ all of a flurry; rush and rail ~ skim, speed and sail! The very best Leprechaun fiddlers play the most lively jigs. Elf harpists pluck at your heartstrings and weave magic in verse. Goblins are, by far, the best drummers, whilst meadow sprites have very high, reedy singing voices ~ almost inaudible to all but the very trained musical ear. Usually appearing on percussion are the cobbler gnomes ~ with a-clink and a-clank, whenever needed, and in perfect time. All in all, fairy gatherings are a sight to see ~ for those able to see them. I spent many an early morning dancing to the tunes of the little people. Very soon, they began to trust me, (Fairies seldom trust humans, as humans do very strange things to fairies and to fairyland), but I could dance a fine jig, pirouette often, sing a long song and recite a poem, all of which is of very great interest to fairies. They taught me some of their ancient secrets about bees and butterflies, worms and magic bears who know such an awful lot about everything. They also taught me secrets about science and the sky, and how to grow up into someone who is wise (wise enough to still believe in fairies). I like to share some of those mysteries with boys and girls (and grown-ups who still have magic in them) who are inquisitive but can also keep a secret. Sssssssssh! Promise you won't tell anyone... Are you ready? Now listen well, to the stories I will tell...

2 comments on “

  1. theclaudiofiore
    October 7, 2012

    Thanks for a gleaming reblog and wonderful review. And of course for buying the album.

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