88.2kHz/24-bit FLAC, La Buissonne RJAL397022 (supplied by www.highresaudio.com)

Taking its title from the idea that ‘Music starts and then you have to broadcast, listen, share, make quick decisions… so as to turn this four-person adventure into one’, this album could so easily have become another one of those exercises in indulgent, meandering music. Fortunately, though, pianist Angelini has here partnered with some clearly very talented musicians – Régis Huby on violins and electronics, bassist Claude Tchamitchian and Edward Perraud on drums and percussion – to come up with a constantly interesting set of originals and homages to the likes of Wayne Shorter. Full of sonic light and shade, it was recorded with excellent clarity and powerful dynamics by Gérard de Haro at Studio La Buissonne, on whose house label it’s released, and yes, it delivers a very real sense of musical exploration to keep the listener hooked. AE

Sound Quality: 80%

Hi-Fi News Lab Report

This is an 88.2kHz recording (though trk 7 is a 44.1kHz upsample) but with two strong interference patterns at 19.5kHz and 39kHz [green trace] associated with the piano feed. The peaks are absent through the percussive intro to trk 4. PM