Giulio reduced his music to the essential basics of Folk.
Acoustic guitar and his wonderful voice, a little bit of melodica and mouth harp, some delay here and there, nothing else.
His music has a stunning clarity and vulnerability that brings forth a strange feel of timelessness- The Sleeping Tree could equally be a contemporary of Nick Drake, Mark Hollis or Ben Harper. You like him if you dig Crepusculum.
All these comparisons limp and the truth, as always, lies in-between.
While the instrumental pieces on “Leaves and Roots” are introspect and melancholy, Giulio’s vocal songs are well-nigh uplifting.
A discreet World music influence is present, mixed with a grasp for melody that knows as much about Jazz as about Pop music. Catchy, but never shallow.
His voice is placed prominently in the mix, very intimate and beautiful, and his slight Italian accent is super. Giulio’s dear sister Teresa did the artwork.
Edited by timoronchino on 16 Dec 2008, 03:46
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