E' incredibile come più di venti persone hanno copiato e incollato la stessa cosa, ricordando che il disco è prodotto da Jason Ward, registrato da David Lenci e che la copertina è opera di Jason Farrell e poco più. Ah si è anche ricordato che i nostri traggono il meglio dal suono degli anni novanta. Su questo potrei anche essere d'accordo, ma è un pò come dire che il mio naso è un misto tra quello di Rivaldo, Mastrota e Jennifer Lopez. Alla lunga il tutto potrebbe anche non voler dire una emerita cippa di cazzo.
A noi fa piacere però riscontrare come i Soyuz pare siano rimasti affascinati soprattutto dalla fase di Burning Airlines, probabilmente il gruppo emo a noi più caro nella fase pre Yellow card e merdate varie.
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The press kit for Everybody loves you of Soyuz deeply discouraged my trust in italian webzines, lacking of verve and attention.
It is unbelievable that more than twenty people made copy&paste of the same arguments, saying this record is produced by Jason Ward, recorded by David Lenci and the cover art is by Jason Farrell, - then just a few more words. Oh well, they often say it takes the best of the sound of 90s. And okay, I might agree with that, but it is like I said my nose is a mix of Rivaldo, Mastrota and Jennifer Lopez's one. I mean, it can be everything and, overall, it doesn't mean a fucking thing as well.
Differently, being more specific, like for the other fellows signed for Black Nutria rec, i.e. Polar for the masses or Sant'antonio Stuntmen as well, the three piece band from Vicenza, northern Italy, are one of those few groups in Italy with a precise idea about what kind of music they are playing.
Like with Into the north, - it is remarkable how it seems to pay a tribute to the figure of J. Robbins. And okay, actually, you can read this in different keys at the same time, something like Government Issue, Jawbox, Rollkicker Laydown, Channels, Jack Potential, Clutch, The Bakerton Group, Jets to Brazil, Hey Mercedes, Shiner, The Life and Times, Miranda Sound, The Promise Ring, Dwindle, Pilot to Gunner, None More Black, Jawbreaker, Against Me!, Goodbye Soundscape, Modern Life is War, all produced by Robbins, actually [> wiki].
Anyway, we like how Soyuz seem to be mostly fascinated by the era of Burning Airlines, probably the emo band we like the most here, before Yellow card and other craps of course.
Paradoxically, the whole production of Everybody loves you is ambitious indeed, even when it goes playfully melodic à la Dismemberment plant, it is at the time strong and genuine.
And notwistanding the american and radiofriendly cut, Soyuz are luckly currently out of time (especially in Italy) to be part of that mainstream exploitation of talents of last years. So they sound honest and worth of respect.
It is quite out of the question, They might potentially get good feedback from Europe and San Diego, and in both the apartments of Komakino as well. As our local mara maionchi would say, ok for us.
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