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Hidden Place - Retrospettiva: 2004 - 2014
CD Album
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Hidden Place

Retrospettiva: 2004 - 2014

Peripheral Minimal

Released: 30th June 2014 | 14 track electropop album

Peripheral Minimal is proud to announce the latest release by HIDDEN PLACE 'Retrospettiva: 2004 - 2014' the best of. Containing 3 tracks from each album and a bonus unreleased remix. CD limited to 200 copies.

Italian act Hidden Place create a perfect mix of Minimal Synth and Coldwave, ranging in influence from early Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark / Kraftwerk and Depeche Mode to Clan of Xymox and mid-80s 4AD stylings.

Review:

'British label Peripheral Minimal is in the process of releasing a retrospective compilation of tracks, with the Italian electro/new-wave group Hidden Place. Having released four albums in total, from 2005-2012, this retrospective album will feature three songs from each of their albums, plus an unreleased remix. As they gradually moved on from their most experimental first album Weather Station, they put out a new album each two years that passed, in the end making it three years – with their latest album up to date; Novecento. Being on labels like Hellektroempire, to Twilight Records, Calembour Records and now finally, with Peripheral Minimal, very soon. Approaching a colder picturesque landscape of sound with their overlaying electro, as the more pop-induced new-wave sound made the melodies all the more danceable. A fresh new sound had been developed through the years, as the vocals of Sara Lux, a member of the group – became more and more distant from the sound itself. Making it a rather accomplished combination between vocals and the sounds of Fabio V., Antonio L. and Giampiero Di B.'

- Repatiseraren

"Approaching a colder picturesque landscape of sound with their overlaying electro, as the more pop-induced new-wave sound makes the melodies all the more danceable."
Repatiseraren, Blog
"Melancholy and the dark side of the human soul, but also the cold minimalism of the post-industrial."
Rosa Selvaggia, Magazine