Album review: “Last Light” by Mobius Trio

‘Last Light’ is the first album released by Mobius Trio. Formed by Robert Nance, Mason Fish and Matthew Holmes-Linder, this amazing trio of musicians is rapidly becoming known in the music scene today, thanks to their ability to embrace various musical currents and their decision to exclusively play songs commissioned by them. The young group, formed in 2010, has already collected much acclaim and appreciation in its first two years, to the extent that Sergio Assad describes them as ‘the most inventive and exciting young guitar ensemble today’.

Many influences can be found in these twelve tracks. A pervasive tendency  towards more innovative writing shows the commitment to follow the path outlined by authors such as Roland Dyens and Leo Brouwer. The intent of overcoming the limitations of the instrument is immediately evident in Making Good Choices, a triptych composed by Brendon Randall-Myers. The melodic pointillism alternates percussive rhythms characterized by a dense dialectic of instrumental parts where the limits and dynamic contrasts give us an excellent example of executive synergy. The Three Persian Dances by Sahba Aminikia, very concise and expressive, transport us into a world where the oriental musical elements typical of the composer’s native area make for a sensual and charming experience.

How to Shatter Light: Homage to Benjamin Britten by Matthew Cmiel is a great example of how to cite the traditional repertory ironically, in this case the ‘Nocturnal’ of the famous British composer. The contemporary language returns in Needle-play by Anthony Porter where pointillism is still in the foreground, polytonal and pleasantly ludic and full of  interlocutory suspensions.

Screaming from the Skies by Clayton Moser is masterfully played. At the beginning the trio almost evokes the sound of a music box but the sweetness is soon interrupted by restless sounds and rhythms  carrying the listener towards a climax that finally flows into a more tonal and relaxed  atmosphere. Certainly one of the most intense and evocative tracks of the whole album.
In A Place That Inhabits Us by Danny Clay we have a sort of ballad researching into sound, with an excellent combination of prepared guitars and neo-melodic hits. The Transition by Garrett Shatzer is a homage to tradition and at the same time another example of the versatility and flexibility of these three young talents.

Finally the title track, Last Light by Dan Becker: dissonance and consonance, trepidation and poetry, light and shadow. A framework composed of various sensations and colors rapidly evolving into perspectives that reveal constant changes, where confirmations lead to new unpredictable outcomes.

‘Last Light’: a continuous ascent to new and unexpected landing places.

Wishing them good job, we look forward to their next work.


(Thanks to D. Gruber)

New collaboration with english violinist/violist Andrew Smith

Hi to everyone, i am happy to inform you that a new collaboration with the excellent musician Andrew Smith began. Andrew is a professional and award winning english violinist/violist and we are honored to work with and have him on our team. His experience as a concert performer, soloist and studio musician expand our creative and productive possibilities both in film and concert music. We recently worked on the overdub recording of the string parts in the piece titled “Main Theme” (currently in the mixing stage) which will shortly be posted in the music section of our website. I would also point out the beautiful work done by Andrew with his “Elan Duo” with Elina Christova at the piano. The project focuses on the production of the entire series of Beethoven’s violin and cello sonatas … I would invite all of you to listen carefully because, as a composer, i consider that all the work is permeated by a beautiful interplay and a high expressive and communicative strength. Thanks Andrew and Elina

Emiliano Imondi

New Partnership with MilagroFilm


I am glad to announce a new partnership with MilagroFilm an audiovisual production company based in Vicenza, Italy. I worked very well with Milagro Team: the director and screenwriter Corrado Ceron and the director of photography Alberto Marchiori at the short film contest of the 3rd edition of the Social World Film Festival in Vico Equense (NA). Our collaboration began with the victory of the first prize at the event and I hope this is a good omen for our future collaborations.

Thanks to all friends of MilagroFilm!

A Plastic Love

Musicraiser campaign for funding my jazz album “Alfabeto”


If you liked the music of Fabio Petrucci Trio, check out our Musicraiser crowdfunding campaign you can participate at the final stages of production of the album “Alphabet” by booking a preview version of the autographed cd or other original products!
Every contribution is valuable to achieve the goal!

Watch the video, listen to songs and … share it!


Emiliano Imondi

Guitarist – Fabio Petrucci Trio

Winner at the 3rd edition of Social World Film Festival

I am winner!!!
Our team won the 1 prize at 3rd edition of SOCIAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL 2013
1-9 June 2013 – Vico Equense (Naples), Italy
With short film:
“Un amore di plastica” (A love of plastic)

Director: Corrado Ceron
Actress: Margherita Mannino
Director of Photography: Alberto Marchiori
Music composers: Angelo Bibita, Emiliano Imondi, Salvatore Nicolò

Soon we’ll have the images online, stay tuned!

New Orchestral Action/Adventure Track released!

Hello everyone, i am proud to announce that it has been completed the post production of my last work. The title is “Time Escapes” you can find it in the music section of our website.

The track in Action / Adventure genre is written for orchestra with the addition of electronic elements. I hope you like it.

A special thanks to our friend and colleague Pierangelo Ambroselli, sound engineer at the Tool Cube Recording Studio, that was responsible for the mixing and mastering of the track.

Please listen it and share your opinions

Thanks, and stay tuned for updates!


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