Some more reviews of Violato Intatto!

Martin Burns on DPRP:
“Accordo Dei Contrari’s Violato Intatto is a cracking collection of tunes featuring polyrhythmic textures and a full spectrum of musical colour. They make great use of focussed improvisation, within superbly structured melodic envelopes, and they do all that, without any fat at all.”
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Dimitris Kaltsas on Progrocks.gr:
“Accordo dei Contrari may fly under the radar of the best part of the audience, but for those who follow closely their steps, everything they do offers plenty to investigate.”
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Floriano Ravera on Drumset:
“Musica complessa, che scioglie ogni distinguo tra composizione e improvvisazione. Eccellente.”
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René Yedema on iO Pages:
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More reviews of Violato Intatto!

Sid Smith, author of “In the Court of the Crimson King” on TeamRock:
“Their latest release demonstrates that their ability in this respect remains happily undiminished. Joined by a new recruit, Stefano Radaelli (alto and baritone sax), the long-established partnership of Giovanni Parmeggiani (keys), Marco Marzo (guitar) and Cristian Franchi (drums) deliver an expressive series of elegantly fashioned pieces with plenty of room for players to breathe and grow.”
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César Inca Mendoza on Rock Progresivo:
“Eso sí, sirve para ver cómo el grupo aborda esta renovada logística a la hora de integrar los diversos temas de éste, su cuarto disco, dentro de un todo coherente. ¡Y lo logran con indiscutible éxito! Desde ya anunciamos que “Violato Intatto” encarna uno de los puntos culminantes de la producción progresiva del año 2017 a nivel mundial… no solo en el ámbito de la avanzada progresiva italiana, no solo en el área jazz-progresiva.”
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Claudio Prandin on Extra! Music Magazine:
“Ognuna delle undici tracce strumentali possiede la sua specifica personalità che la distingue dalle altre; si passa da momenti poetici puramente progressive a divagazioni jazzistiche fino ad evocare la Canterbury Scene, ispirazione storica e imprescindibile per la band.”
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Carry Munter on New Underground Music:
“Violato Intatto van Accordo Dei Contrari bevat 11 fantastische nummers, waar ik van begin tot einde van genoten heb en ik kan deze schijf dan ook van harte aanbevelen aan iedere liefhebber van progressieve rock en jazz.”
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Marco Calloni on Blogfoolk:
“Violato Intatto è un’ottima esperienza d’ascolto che non si adagia sulla ricca eredità del passato ma da qui riparte immaginando una musica che sia creativa, stimolante e soprattutto contemporanea. Un album frizzante, dinamico e senza cesure.”
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So far, “Violato Intatto” has also been broadcasted on many radio stations and shows around the world, such as Aural Moon (USA), El Retorno del Gigante (Argentina), Gagliarchives Radio Philadelphia (USA), Feelin’ the Taste – Atom Radio (Italy).
Full streaming of the album available also on Progstreaming.nl (Holland).

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First reviews of Violato Intatto on Chromatique and BabyBlaue!

Chromatique.net:
Violato Intatto est une réussite de bout en bout, ouvrant un peu plus ses bras vers des velléités progressives, et toujours avec une certaine exigence bienveillante. Bref, l’Italie confirme à nouveau une certaine suprématie sur le paysage vintage prog actuel, dont ce disque représente une indéniable pierre angulaire. Il ne manquera pas d’attirer de nouveaux passionnés pour un certain rock progressif de très haute qualité.”
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Siggy Zielinski on Babyblaue:
“Einige Beispiele für die auf „Violato Intatto“ gebotene Vielfalt: Polyphone Passagen für Sax und Keys in „Monodia“, bluesrockig treibende Riffs für die Gitarren und die elektronische Orgel in „Blue-S“, die Gastbeiträge vom Geiger Alessandro Bonetti in „Shamash“, der spacig angehauchte Avant-Prog von „Idios Cosmos“, eine stimmungsvolle Jazz-Prog-Ballade mit der Gastsängerin Patrizia Urbani („E verde è l’ignoto su cui corri“), die Ambient-Musik unter Verwendung von Kirchenglocken („Marienkirche“) sowie die mitreißenden Orgelbeiträge und die beispielhafte Teamarbeit in dem enorm abwechslungsreichen „Eros vs Anteros“.”
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