The first is a dreamy record in which tense guitars, energetic and epic rhythm, deep bass and a piano
melancholy build an indisputable epic-rock scaffolding with an energetic and clean sound, with warm lines and
clear, combined with melodies built on the edges. A guitar, almost speaking, is the protagonist who punctuates excerpts of
metropolitan poems with the desire to scratch off the surface and translate what she sees into controlled screams. A sound well used in the choice of registers and metrics which, in some moments, is explosive. It is a choice
conscious, due to the desire to dress the essential and sometimes a bit pretentious groove with mechanical clothes. Six
pieces in everything with plays of sounds on the edge of fluidity.
Frame does not believe in the contrast and hierarchy between cultured and uncultivated, CLASSIC STORM becomes the symbol of fertility in the anti-academic approach to music written in the second disc with reinterpretations of classical works by great composers including Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Bach . It is the collection of 6 pieces with figures formed by pairs of notes played in a lively way, followed by a series of descending chords that evoke a sense of threat.
Fear is accompanied by amazement when octave jumps that resemble sobs arrive. The music seems to stumble and the fantastic is superimposed on the grotesque. It could be the score of a late 19th century composer or it could be the performance of a progressive rock group. It is both.