This unconditional crush on this duo from came after a handful of their amazing discs, still today, totally worth my time.
These two new tracks are a preview of their forth-coming record, due to Jan 2015, to be titled Thrill Addict. Can't wait for it. Actually, I can.
Once you survive to Barbara's alpha-male intro of High Fever, the track flies high, you want to dance to it, and probably you'll do it; in the end, it also pops up a buzzing theremin crescendo. Lovely primary rock, as they write on soundcloud. Primitive noise pop.
Differently, It's gonna be great is deadly slow. That kind of intimately deadly track you want to write for your generation. Full of Hell and It's gonna be fine. But, HELL, it's not gonna be fine. At least, not for the moment. But, Peter Kernel, again, can put in tune your inner emotional vibrations with the (until then) missing right song.
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Previously, on komakino fanzine, about 'Peter Kernel':
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28/06 Varazze (SV) @ Riviera Festival
29/06 Mestre (Ve) @ Alba Festival
30/06 Pescara @ IndieRocket Festival 2019 * XVI edizione *
03/07 Terracina (Lt) @ Tracce
04/07 San Gimignano (Si) @ Orizzonti Verticali