I’m greatly impressed by Alessandro Bosetti’s constantly growing interest in using saxophone parts not only as an interesting improvisational means but also as a keen tool for composing music that sounds fancied and totally concrete in the same sentence. The sax becomes a live wire through which enormous tensions are channelled; untouched eruptions of thought and fragmentary structures feed a continuous hunger for individual self-research. Perfectly at ease with extended techniques and with the utmost restraint, Bosetti coordinates his ideas with precise concentration: the four tracks here emanate an almost halogenous aura of seriousness. I warmly suggest you to listen to “Zona” with volume raised well up, so that every nuance and micro-detail is captured; the rest is all Bosetti and it’s enough to let me affirm this is a whiplash to the new music scene – a minor classic, yes.