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  1. Venice by Fennesz, released 26 April 1. Rivers of Sand 2. Château Rouge 3. City of Light 4. onsra 5.
  2. May 21,  · - Fennesz burst upon the scene with 'Instrument' [Mego, ], applauded by The Wire for his: 'takes some skillful manipulation to simultaneously tug those heartstrings and poke them with tiny.
  3. Mar 31,  · When it comes to recording under his own name, Fennesz works slowly: Venice is only his fourth full-length studio album in seven years, and his /
  4. Dec 15,  · It's one of the most outwardly beautiful examples off Venice. And on the closing track, "The Stone Of Impermanence," Fennesz exposes his more experimental side with a six-minute noise workout. The fact that Venice takes a few missteps before getting into full strut inevitably takes its toll on the overall body of work.4/5.
  5. Jul 25,  · Not as good as Endless Summer, but still a very good album. "The Point of It All" and "Laguna" are standout tracks that are just as good, if not better than 84%(6).
  6. Talk about "highly anticipated": fans of Fennesz had three years to marvel in his Endless Summer CD. Meanwhile, the album became a hit in left-field electronica, exerted a major influence on countless sound-alikes, and even allowed Fennesz to break -- however slightly -- into the mainstream. Is Venice better than Endless Summer?9/
  7. "Venice", the fourth studio album by Christain Fennesz, finds electronic music at a crossroads between its early status as digital subculture, and the feeling that there has to be something more, an emotional quality that rises above noise and moves towards melody and rapture.

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