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  • Founded: August 2008
  • Location: Mt. Ranier, Washington, United States of America
  • Label: bmi, la forza music

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  • La Forza, Dance Music for Your Mind Vol. 1 | Skope Entertainment Inc

    La Forza, Dance Music for Your Mind Vol. 1 | Skope Entertainment Inc

    La Forza is literally taking this style to another dimension. I would call this record HYPENOTIC, which is a combo between being hype and hypnotic. The dance craze sensation is there, but layered with a very hypnotic haze. Klein's piano playing adds that elegant touch, so perhaps then we can call this Elegant Dance Music for the 21st Century.

    http://skopemag.com/2009/05/04/la-forza-dance-music-for-your-mind-vol-1

  • Neufutur.com Review of "Dance Music for Your Mind (Vol. I)"

    Neufutur.com Review of "Dance Music for Your Mind (Vol. I)"

    For my money, the faster tempo and intricate arrangements that are commonplace during "Blossoming Flowers" really make La Forza shine brightest in my eyes. Despite the fact that there are only a few instruments present during the track, the interplay between these pieces make for something that is decidedly greater than the sum of its parts. The track, instrumental like the rest of "Dance Music For Your Mind", nevertheless tells a story in a more clear and concise way than a majority of acts currently out today.

    http://neufutur.com/?p=8320

  • FAME Review: La Forza - Dance Music for Your Mind, Vol. 1

    FAME Review: La Forza - Dance Music for Your Mind, Vol. 1

    The first reference that came to mind was Baffo Banfi, then Michael Hoenig, and of course the seminal Tangerine Dream and others. The "Dance" wording in the title is actually a bit of a misnomer, as this is chill chamber, though I suppose one could dance to it -- some songs more than others (In Joy for instance)in a slow, dreamy, sylphlike fashion, but its ambient grounding and atmosphere kinda argue against that. More than a few Neu and Kraftwerk elements trot in, as well as some Paul Van Dyk, but, really, this is so satisfying a marriage of trad and moderne that it stands easily as a continuation of the line, patching up the excesses the earlier post-punk breakaway groups inflicted on the landscape.

    http://www.acousticmusic.com/fame/p05545.htm

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