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curiosity about italy

Started by erpomata, May 22, 2007, 10:35:49

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Quote from: erpomata on May 22, 2007, 10:35:49
what kind of italian music can you listen in your countries? do yuo know some italian music, not ramazzotti, pausini or bocelli? ARGHHHHHHHH!

There are two Italian bands I listen to:



However, in the Peruvian radio the known Italian artists are Laura Pausini, Eros Ramazzotti, Sabrina...
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There are two more I forgot to mention: Atahualpa (techno) and Ataraxia (ethereal/neo-classical)


2019.06.08 Dublin
2019.07.04 Novi Sad
2019.07.17 Athens


Early on in the year 2016, I went to see an Italian band playing (it was a spontaneous decision; I'd only heard of their show hours before), I only knew their name and a few snippets of music from the internet... It turned out to be one of the best gigs I ever went to! They (Sacri Cuori) played a crazy mix of instrumentals (soundtrack-like), surf music, garage rock, blues, bar jazz and were later joined by vocalist Carla Lippis for a few songs.
Since then, I kept stumbling over them or their 'maestro' (Antonio) again and again (they played with musicians I already liked and so on).

This is a nice catchy "pop song" which should've been a big hit!
Harold and Joe - go go go...


An intense Italian band that I have seen a few times by now is Ufomammut. I heard about them somewhere in 2012 and they remain one of my favorite bands. Especially their 'Oro - albums' I am fond of.
This got me into the band: https://youtu.be/5hzQr4uXsFc

I don't know too many Italian bands or music (unfortunately) but this song from Ars Manifestia is amazing:

And this is really good as well imo:

A Strange Girl

I recommend an Italian post-punk band called Soviet Soviet, I'm really into their music lately ;)
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