Raving records is small record label from Livorno, Toscana, and 15id: fifteen italian dishes is a release under this mark, a compilation featuring known and notsoknown indie bands (especially ranging under post rock influences, k's note), everyone coming from different italian towns. Let's start with Canterbury-ish jazz_rock of Caboto, then it's time of Autobam and 8brr's microwaves (read bz, bzz, pzz, vrz, bleep, - k's note), where Ikeda and Pansonic recalls are near. Almayer, Slope, Comfort, Skrjabin Hc2, I Haven' T Seen A Yeti Yet are all bands losing them-selves into post-rock roots and rooms. Vonneuman offer their share of experimentalism à la Storm & Stress, while Abarthjour Floreale (the only ones featuring a girl at vocals here, - k's note) are a fairly good sonic distress, - Appaloosa give an effort of electric contraction, while Lillayell and Zero Tolerance For Silence reckon them-selves in a Beefheart-ish retch, probably owning every Us Maple's release. Generoso Gallina are like a sum of whatever odd in new-wave movement, - a sort of dictionary about post-punk, written by a 5 years old child on a sheet dorty with pizza (- what the hell are You trying to say man??, k's note). Final track: One Dimensional Man with Remorse (according to me, the best episode, - k's note), - and with their kickassing noise, they made me remember of Jesus Lizard and Laughing Hyenas. Anyway, let's reward 15 Italian Id 'cause it made an effort to put a light on a minor underground reality, - although it'd need more songs for each one of these bands, to drawn a better opinion. - Click here, o write for more firstname.lastname@example.org.
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