w/ The Victorians
September 25, 2007 - Roma @ sinister noise, 4€| pall youhideme
Nastro are a local new-wave disco Band/act that makes me think of Throbbing Gristle: that means punk (meant as crazy, experimental, different) cachophonic discipline, with effected vocal mic, obsessive drumming and drum machine, wrench-like guitar, an out-of-tune V bass guitar - somehow a dumb performance, with a slight taste for danceable rhythms; - of course we're not anymore into late 7os, and we seen it all, and be sure that italian (indie) venues are not all that enough crowded places to praise and push on the musicians or so-called ones on stage, - and people nowadays won't flinch or dance even if You do something properly, even if 'that' well done as Nastro did last night through a short set.
The Victorians have got nothing to share with Nastro: hippy clothes and vintage american wanna-be rock sounds, Yesterday is Tomorrow as it's named one of their songs, - and said that, we can add that their guitarist Fulvio Cartacci found his porno for 60s beat music formerly with Gli Sciacalli during 9os, - He's a great guitarist and he knows how to dose gibson sg and vox gears, - btw it was not music for me, so i went away after four or five songs.
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