Unfortunately, we were no more than 30 people to attend their show here in Rome at Init club.
I can't say exactly what's wrong with this town (again).
There were also Meat Puppets the same night, not far from Init. Was it really a problem?
Superlative drumming (SUPERLATIVE I said), hands on keys like on fire, Wyland's voice is pure melody: a show (on audience's request) all along on a flaming and schizoid phonetic.
Poetry mixed with experimental verve.
A sort of kaleidoscopic merry-go-r/sound thing.
I know that most of those 30 (29, minus me) folks would disagree, but I think of AU like an accelerated version of Soft Machine whenever Wyland and Valatka spin faster: Why I Must, Get Alive, Solid Gold.
As far as I remember, most of their tracklist focused on their forth-coming record, titled Both Lights, - ready on Leaf and Hometapes rec.
Plus, they look pretty funny people, and I love when musicians have fun doing their own damned thing on stage with a smile. And I guess that none of those 30 have been disappointed by their performance.
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not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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