Simone Trabucchi project STILL announces debut album I on PAN, thoughtlessly made me toggle the caps lock on-and-off three times in that headline

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Milan-based musician Simone Trabucchi — whom you may know from his former brainchild Dracula Lewis, his middle brainchild Hundebiss Records, or his most recent brainchild, a hard-hitting team-up with Simone Bertuzzi under the moniker Invernomuto — is STILL going hard at that whole “art” thing, but this time it’s with a brand new project coincidentally called…STILL. And what better way to inaugurate a new moniker than with a full-length album on PAN? The new LP is called I, and it’s out September 15.

I know what you’re wondering: Is this just going to be a re-skin of everything I already loved about Dracula Lewis and/or Invernomuto in a fancy new package? Well, the answer, friends, is “NO!” although it may tread on similar thematic minefields. STILL “follows the unearthing of the histories that connect [Trabucchi’s] hometown of Vernasca to Ethiopia and Jamaica… [in which] ‘computerized riddims’ sustain a shared gospel channeled through a polyphony of voices.” Wait a second, I know what you’re thinking again (I’m really good at this): Polyphony of voices? Whatever could that mean? Well, it turns out Trabucchi isn’t alone on this new excursion; he’s being joined by six African-Italian vocalists (also conveniently based out of Milan)! Together on I, they use “the medium of language” to contemplate “the historical weight of words” and Italy’s complicated and “overlooked” colonial legacy. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m speechless! (You’re not the only one who can play with language, Trabucchi!)

But we all know why you really read these silly news stories: those tasty pre-release songs! Lucky for you, you can listen to “Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]” below, followed by the record’s full tracklist. But STILL (ha, sorry): be sure to say “thank you” by pre-ordering I on digital and/or vinyl formats over at STILL’s spiffy Bandcamp page…while you STILL can. And be grateful I only made one two three lazy “STILL” pun[s] in this whole article!

I tracklisting:

01. Haile Selassie Is the Micro-Chip
02. Bubbling Ambessa [Afrikan Messiah Riddim]
03. Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]
04. Don’t Stop [Wondo Riddim]
05. Rough Rider
06. BANZINA [Banzina Riddim]
07. Gozpaal [Mustard Riddim]
08. Still Sound Boy Test {Interlude}
09. Mangrovia

Simone Trabucchi project STILL announces debut album I on PAN, thoughtlessly made me toggle the caps lock on-and-off three times in that headline

This post was originally published on this site

Milan-based musician Simone Trabucchi — whom you may know from his former brainchild Dracula Lewis, his middle brainchild Hundebiss Records, or his most recent brainchild, a hard-hitting team-up with Simone Bertuzzi under the moniker Invernomuto — is STILL going hard at that whole “art” thing, but this time it’s with a brand new project coincidentally called…STILL. And what better way to inaugurate a new moniker than with a full-length album on PAN? The new LP is called I, and it’s out September 15.

I know what you’re wondering: Is this just going to be a re-skin of everything I already loved about Dracula Lewis and/or Invernomuto in a fancy new package? Well, the answer, friends, is “NO!” although it may tread on similar thematic minefields. STILL “follows the unearthing of the histories that connect [Trabucchi’s] hometown of Vernasca to Ethiopia and Jamaica… [in which] ‘computerized riddims’ sustain a shared gospel channeled through a polyphony of voices.” Wait a second, I know what you’re thinking again (I’m really good at this): Polyphony of voices? Whatever could that mean? Well, it turns out Trabucchi isn’t alone on this new excursion; he’s being joined by six African-Italian vocalists (also conveniently based out of Milan)! Together on I, they use “the medium of language” to contemplate “the historical weight of words” and Italy’s complicated and “overlooked” colonial legacy. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m speechless! (You’re not the only one who can play with language, Trabucchi!)

But we all know why you really read these silly news stories: those tasty pre-release songs! Lucky for you, you can listen to “Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]” below, followed by the record’s full tracklist. But STILL (ha, sorry): be sure to say “thank you” by pre-ordering I on digital and/or vinyl formats over at STILL’s spiffy Bandcamp page…while you STILL can. And be grateful I only made one two three lazy “STILL” pun[s] in this whole article!

I tracklisting:

01. Haile Selassie Is the Micro-Chip
02. Bubbling Ambessa [Afrikan Messiah Riddim]
03. Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]
04. Don’t Stop [Wondo Riddim]
05. Rough Rider
06. BANZINA [Banzina Riddim]
07. Gozpaal [Mustard Riddim]
08. Still Sound Boy Test {Interlude}
09. Mangrovia

Simone Trabucchi project STILL announces debut album I on PAN, thoughtlessly made me toggle the caps lock on-and-off three times in that headline

This post was originally published on this site

Milan-based musician Simone Trabucchi — whom you may know from his former brainchild Dracula Lewis, his middle brainchild Hundebiss Records, or his most recent brainchild, a hard-hitting team-up with Simone Bertuzzi under the moniker Invernomuto — is STILL going hard at that whole “art” thing, but this time it’s with a brand new project coincidentally called…STILL. And what better way to inaugurate a new moniker than with a full-length album on PAN? The new LP is called I, and it’s out September 15.

I know what you’re wondering: Is this just going to be a re-skin of everything I already loved about Dracula Lewis and/or Invernomuto in a fancy new package? Well, the answer, friends, is “NO!” although it may tread on similar thematic minefields. STILL “follows the unearthing of the histories that connect [Trabucchi’s] hometown of Vernasca to Ethiopia and Jamaica… [in which] ‘computerized riddims’ sustain a shared gospel channeled through a polyphony of voices.” Wait a second, I know what you’re thinking again (I’m really good at this): Polyphony of voices? Whatever could that mean? Well, it turns out Trabucchi isn’t alone on this new excursion; he’s being joined by six African-Italian vocalists (also conveniently based out of Milan)! Together on I, they use “the medium of language” to contemplate “the historical weight of words” and Italy’s complicated and “overlooked” colonial legacy. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m speechless! (You’re not the only one who can play with language, Trabucchi!)

But we all know why you really read these silly news stories: those tasty pre-release songs! Lucky for you, you can listen to “Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]” below, followed by the record’s full tracklist. But STILL (ha, sorry): be sure to say “thank you” by pre-ordering I on digital and/or vinyl formats over at STILL’s spiffy Bandcamp page…while you STILL can. And be grateful I only made one two three lazy “STILL” pun[s] in this whole article!

I tracklisting:

01. Haile Selassie Is the Micro-Chip
02. Bubbling Ambessa [Afrikan Messiah Riddim]
03. Nazenèt [Wasp Riddim]
04. Don’t Stop [Wondo Riddim]
05. Rough Rider
06. BANZINA [Banzina Riddim]
07. Gozpaal [Mustard Riddim]
08. Still Sound Boy Test {Interlude}
09. Mangrovia

Bonnie Tyler Performs “Total Eclipse of the Heart” During the Total Eclipse: Watch

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The song shot to No. 1 on iTunes in the buildup to once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event

Bonnie Tyler Performs “Total Eclipse of the Heart” During the Total Eclipse: Watch

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The song shot to No. 1 on iTunes in the buildup to once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event

The Deed to Eleanor Rigby’s Grave Could Be Yours

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A piece of Beatles history, located at the Liverpool churchyard where Lennon and McCartney first met

The Deed to Eleanor Rigby’s Grave Could Be Yours

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A piece of Beatles history, located at the Liverpool churchyard where Lennon and McCartney first met

The Deed to Eleanor Rigby’s Grave Could Be Yours

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A piece of Beatles history, located at the Liverpool churchyard where Lennon and McCartney first met

Watch Bonnie Tyler Sing “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” During The Solar Eclipse

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The solar eclipse happened today. Have you heard about it? More importantly, have you heard our playlist? The only glaring omission from it is Bonnie Tyler’s eternal eclipse classic “Total Eclipse Of The Heart.” Tyler was on hand just a little bit ago to perform the track on a cruise shipMore »

Bon Iver Announce US Fall Tour Dates

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Bon Iver will embark on a small tour this fall in support of last year’s 22, A Million. The string of southern dates start off at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and from there, Bon Iver will travel to Kentucky, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, and Alabama. You’ll find the tour poster and dates below … More »