Manierystyczne post-trance'owe szachy, nie bez Nintendo-nostalgii. „Canone Infinito” powstało na zlecenie szpitala w Bergamo, do poczekalni, co w pandemicznym kontekście nabiera nowego wydźwięku.
Lorenzo Senni returns to the fray after a couple of years out with his highly advanced, emotionally charged electronics. After the scintillating run of EPs on Warp, he delivers his first album for the label he now calls home, and it builds on the sound he's established by fusing the heart-rending impact of trance with bold sequencing and processing that could only come from a smartly arranged tangle of internal computer processes. This is elegant computer music with guts, and exuberant blasts of personal expression rendered in glorious high definition. It's as good as everyone expects, and for that we should rejoice. Welcome back Lorenzo Senni!