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Satantango

Mr. Bore

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(1otx cd, 37'33'' - Wallace rec 'o4)

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Leggo essere membri ex di Tupelo e Playground, formazioni d'altitalia dei 9o's), ora nei Satantango. Su diritte garage noise, l'impatto è ruvido, e la naturalezza nell'esprimere la propria originalità attraverso la Musica, mi riporta alle distorsioni degli Star Pimp e primi Boss Hog, - anche se qui, la voce secca della cantante, Anna Poiani, è più sul dubbio androgino e stregato, ammiccante al male quanto divertita. La title track è solo una delle varianti di cui sono capaci, sempre tenendo alti suoni sporchi e grezzi, - per quanto si senta la maturità. Ode to Mark Sandman, The Rope Song (cover Devo), Tropic, rendono questo Gruppo totalmente atipico per i confini italici, buon segno! - E' come ascoltare una bastardizzazione decostruttiva del garage_blues, chiamante in causa anche theremin e sax nei tornanti della follia rock&roll. - Complimenti!
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I read these people is from two italian indie Bands of 9o's, Tupelo and Playground, and They still trust garage-noise roots, - with a rough impact, and natural freshness in expressing Their own way of Music, through oddness; it recalls me of distortions beloved to Star Pimp and early Boss Hog, - even if here, female vocals, Anna Poiani's, is on a sort of androgyn doubt melt with witches, - as well as amused as rancid. Title track is only one of several variants whose They are able, - always keeping high some dirt as raw sounds, - even if You can feel Their maturity. Ode to Mark Sandman, The Rope Song (cover Devo), Tropic, make this Band foreign in italy, and this is a good sign! It's like a deconstructive bastardization of garage_blues music, also calling theremin and sax into the madness of hairpin bends of foolish rock&roll. - Best greetings!
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