- Ambient pop
- Experimental rock
Comment: Acetilene is an intriguing journey across thought-awakening landscapes where one could perceive disparate tendencies within less pop oriented music. At times it chimes like ambient pop, at times like experimental/post-rock, at times like a picturesque or abstract sonic ornament for something. At times it rings like a polyphonic composition with different layers being showcased at the same time. At times the soundscape is saturated with noisy debris thereby making up enough contrast to unite different elements with one another. The purpose of it is to create a hyper-realist experience. This "something" is thought to be a dedication to the Italian mercury mine Abbadia San Salvatore. Despite its cutting-edge approach in technology of creating the sound the result is enchantingly dreamlike. Acetilene is produced by the Berlin residing artist Emiliano Baiocchi.