09/10 torino @ hiroshima mon amour, ingresso 20 euro 10/10 bologna @ estragon, ingresso 20 euro 11/10 roma @ circolo degli artisti, ingresso 20 euro, 18 in prevendita + dp 12/10 milano @ alcatraz, ingresso 20 euro
04/12 milano @ biko, biglietti 8,00 euro disponibili alla porta la sera del concerto
05/12 roma @ circolo degli artisti, ingresso 5,00 euro
06/12 osimo (an) @ loop live club, biglietti 10,00 euro disponibili alla porta la sera del concerto
"Thurston Moore torna in Italia, nell’ambito di un lungo tour mondiale, accompagnato da James Sedwards dei Nought (chitarra), Deb Googe dei My Bloody Valentine (basso) e Steve Shelley dei Sonic Youth (batteria) per presentare il nuovo atteso album Best Day, in uscita il 20 ottobre per la Matador Records."
02/11 milano @ alcatraz, ingresso 20 euro
03/11 bologna @ teatro antoniano, ingresso 20 euro
A delicious cup of piping hot tea, offered you with no haste or urgency by (let me take a breath..) G.B. Husband and The Ungrateful Sons. Alternative folk, intimate, lovely guitar riffs, gentle keys and percussions, the warm vocals by Angelo Di Falco. Debut full length release, a beautiful artwork, packaging melodies in the key of a rustic songwriting; we have a potential hit single here, Thin Ice: it sounds like a timeless hit you already heard somewhere, randomly; it goes smoothly along an enjoyable bittersweet pace of its rhythmics, sometimes blended with slight 6-string electricity, powered by an infectious refrain. Also, Not Again is quietly cheerful, bossanova tempo, pop folk writing, mellow chorus; you rid of the cup of tea and grab a cocktail by the pool. Enjoy the party, music plays calm, you can have a nice talk with someone. Honestly good, not a new page in history of alt-folk music, ok, yet, fully enjoyable and well written. The goodnight love song is offered by Weepin' (and weepin'), which sounds like a lost lullaby of Johnny Cash. Finally, a surprise: they are from Italy, Avellino.