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polinos TRIAC creates hovering clouds of delicate sound that induces the sensation of floating in the listener. Light and shade changes in a compelling way in this intelligent take on ambient music.
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indigocircle caverns of color - absolutely spellbinding
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Nathan Duin Given that I was made sad by the end of TU M', this record makes me very happy indeed. Molto bene. Favorite track: Day Five.
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Giuseppe Frigeni If you think ambient is over then take an hour and enjoy this album. And forget about what you thought ambient music would and should be.
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Dotflac The Italian trio returns one year after In A Room on Line, with the oscillating drone features they made their own.

The frequencies lower as we progress through the album, painting imperceptibly moving monochromes towards twilight, holding just what it needs of organic traits to bathe us in slowed light and ever-changing colors.

An ethereal and minimalist delight picturing an immaterial, yet peaceful and comfortable dimension of blurry boundaries.

Lullabies for the lost minds. Favorite track: Day Five.
Day One 10:24
Day Two 07:34
Day Three 12:08
Day Four 04:04
Day Five 06:46
Day Six 05:12
Day Seven 04:20



Triac is a new trio project led by Rossano Polidoro of former duo TU M’ whose beautiful 2009 sold out LINE release Monochromes Vol.1 (LINE_040) garnered great acclaim.

Days is an album of dazzling yet smooth distant drones that almost hover in the air. The sound of the slowest moving picture and subtle flickering lights beyond it. For listeners who appreciate the works of Celer, William Basinski, and Stephan Mathieu.

TRIAC is a discrete electronic music trio formed in the end of 2011. Their work also encompasses audiovisual art installations about the relations between sound/space atmospheres and natural elements. Their first album in a room was released in 2014 on Russian label Mikroton.


released April 21, 2015

music composed and perfomed by Triac. Recorded in 2014.
Rossano Polidoro (of TU M’): laptop
Marco Seracini: piano, synth
Augusto Tatone: electric bass


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Richard Chartier's LINE publishes editions documenting compositional & installation works by international sound artists & composers exploring the aesthetics of minimalism.

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