I've been always convinced that in Genoa (northern italy) there's something big, a sort of invisible engine driving the destiny of music inspiration along heterogeneous roads, at the same time very similar. This common denominator has name Passion. - Without you I'm Napping is the genoa two-piece band's second move over the crowded chessboard of european indietronic music, and this time it looks like a checkmate is possible with just a few moves. Precisely, three, as many as the songs included in their new ep, released as free download with Donate option on their website, else as limited numbered edition (150 pieces). The three tunes are like oneiric suites, ethereal, balancing rarefied echoes, ambients, intense drones and shoegazing guitar play. Chlorine Blueis the first track, away from being meant as an intro, it goes straight to the point when the guitars explode putting into a frame a rythmic and vocal enchanting puzzle. Cannibalism Next Door shines strong of its dreamy acid, and Part-Time Assholes is the instumental track that puts an end to this work, somehow going along with aesthetic rules dear to their fellow citizens Port-Royal. Something really brief, yet it's perfect for several listenings, - maybe a prelude for a new and more feeded release to come.
not yet, probably nobody cares, or nobody cared enough to tell something. Also: nobody reads komakino.
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