Luliano has released his latest effort Hidden Root. The album is a fusion of melody and sound that comforts the ear. The first song on the album is Who Knows. It opens with a hypnotic guitar line that is beautiful in its simplicity. Luliano’s voice is haunting and pleasing. The song builds in a couple of parts to high marks with slow distortion and ends beautifully. The second track Comfortable Lies taps the tow with its pulse. There is a jazz feel that blends with Luliano’s sound. Not a Sound takes a departure from the rest with pace. Its an intimate track with a beautiful piano taking the lead.

Help Me puts a variety on display. Luliano blends a European acoustic beginning that somehow seamlessly blends with a kind of Depeche Mode surprise. This track is my favorite on the album and truly shows Luliano’s beautiful vision.

The final track is the title track. Its pulse is anticipating and soulful. Once again Luliano displays his ability to take us from the jazzy comfortable to a mystic distortion.

Luliano is very good at what he does. His passion for this album is obvious and the hard work has paid off.

 

 

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