Review: Psychoanalisi – Musica Per Cervelli

Review: Psychoanalisi – Musica Per Cervelli

Debut album for the band Psychoanalisi Trento fists of fury, we today listen to the Psycoanalisi debut album, “Musica Per Cervelli”. The title alone doesn’t go unnoticed, and the cover portraying a small dude digging into a brain, sure drives up curiosity. But let’s step back and try to answer the question, “Who is Psychoanalisi?”. Easy to say: Pol (already in Congegno/Centromalessere) sings and play the bass guitar, Fedri, also in Centromalessere, plays the guitar…

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Review: Ossa Cave – Inerzia

Review: Ossa Cave – Inerzia

First album for the Turinese band Ossa Cave I was relaxing while drinking my well-deserved light wine in Padua, when suddenly Iena of Reset Clan came to me and said: “You can’t miss this CD, listen to it and spread the word, and believe me, you will like them!”. So here I am, reviewing “Inerzia”, the first album by Ossa Cave. The Turinese band, popped out straight from El Paso, cranked out 10 minutes of…

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Review – Le Iene: Immaginazione

Review – Le Iene: Immaginazione

First full-length album for the Ferrara band Le Iene   After an EP and a couple of singles, Le Iene from Ferrara come back with their first full-length album, entitled “Immaginazione“, released in May via Kob Records. Before going into the actual album I’d like to say a few words about the artwork. On the cover we find a very “psychedelic” drawing: a child wanders in a fluorescent coloured scenario where a barbed wire turns…

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Review: FGMD – Se ti perdi tuo danno

Review: FGMD – Se ti perdi tuo danno

A bit of folk from Treviso with the FGMD   First album for the folk band from Treviso, which follows the first EP Sorry, we are boozing, released this year, and which perfectly blends the folk sounds with the punk energy. Se ti perdi tuo danno contains nine tracks that mix up lyrics in Italian, English and Venetian dialect, plus many instruments and a melodic voice that sometimes becomes a kind of rap (especially in…

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Review: Affondo – A Mezz’Aria

Review: Affondo – A Mezz’Aria

From Ostia, the new “Affondo” album Today we’re going down the Roman coast where Affondo comes from: Ostia. In order to write this review, the punk band kindly sent us a physical copy of their new self-produced and self-released -just the way we like it- record called “A Mezz’Aria”. 12 tracks, including the bonus track, which is a punk-rock version of “La Prima Cosa Bella“, that catapults us into Affondo’s dimension: a type of punk…

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Review: Nofu – Qui ed Ora

Review: Nofu – Qui ed Ora

Qui ed Ora, the new album by the Roman band Nice resurgence from the Roman band Nofu with their new 4-track EP named “Qui ed ora”. Just like any of their previous works, you feel like diving into the 80’s among bandanas, skinny jeans and big sneakers! The inward-looking and anguished lyrics are sung in Screaming and, sometimes, end up in dirty melodies making me think of the band Kina (not by chance, the two…

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