Leaving from the heels of Björk, rising
up to the shoulders of Trent Reznor, "A
Loud Silence" finds balance in the
less stable madness of its structure, but
stays true to the essence of the project.
An album that, despite the immaturity, rhythm
and cruelty in it, which transports us to
an environment of great vibes, does not
convey a happy life in the birth of this
project, due to the dark lyrics of the songs.
"A Loud Silence" portrays nothing
more, nothing less, than a less good phase
of the producer’s personal life. A
silence that, despite loud and intense,
doesn’t seem to escape from a physical
body to the outside.