Andrea Remondini's Non Sequitur offers up an array of sounds that are melodic and captivating. Italian classically influenced progressive instrumental synth pop, the sound is part electronic, part classical and part jazz at the same time. This is perhaps what makes Non Sequitur one of the most complex and intricate albums to emerge in some time. Remondini is able to merge the sounds to ingeniously create and craft an album that is full of many moods but maintains the same theme - one of inspired excellence.
The Italian native's release due out May 29, will undeniably capture fans of his who know him from the many hits that have been produced throughout the years including "Ocean Whispers," which was done in cooperation with DJ Mauro Picotto in 1996 that reached #3 on the Italian sales charts; "Communication (Somebody Answer the Phone)" with DJ Più in 1999 that reached the top 5 on the UK singles chart and 2001's "Komodo," a dance single with DJ Picotto that was awarded gold in Germany and was featured in the top 10 in Austria, Germany as well as Switzerland and scored a #11 spot on the UK singles charts. With an unmatched sound encompassing Non Sequitur, Andrea Remondini is on the way to another charting hit.
Final Grade: A
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