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venerdì 22 novembre 2013

(ITA) ....tra I 10 artisti indipendenti italiani che cantano in inglese più amati su Facebook


Siamo al #10 posto di una curiosa classifica che indica le 10 band italiane "anglofone" più amate / popolari su Facebook - anche noi, come i blogger, ci permettiamo di omaggiare i BRH con questa foto dal loro sito...


giovedì 21 novembre 2013

DJ BADGER Review of Mountain Whales

 Post by DJ Badger.

Badger's Record of the Day #20:

Most of my "Record of the Day" picks aren't brand-new records, but I'm making an exception in the case of "Mountain Whales" by Amycanbe. This is the most recent vinyl record that I've purchased at the time of this writing, and I'm quite thrilled with it.
The group is from Italy, and their music is mainly downtempo work along the lines of Halou, Morcheeba and Rose Smith. Some of the tracks even resemble Goldfrapp during her "Felt Mountain" period. (Similarities to Massive Attack and Bjork have also been noted by others.)
The record is the sixth release from the Feedbands company, who produce a new vinyl release from a different unsigned artist each month. "Mountain Whales" was released as a numbered, limited "smoke"-coloured 180g vinyl record, pictured here. (Incidentally, there was also a black vinyl release.)
I feel the need to note that I'm not an employee or associate of Feedbands or Amycanbe. I'm just really glad to find a "new" (well, new to me) artist whose work I enjoy this much.
The band has a website at http://www.amycanbe.it (NOT .com!)
November 20th, 2013.

Feedbands Record Store

Feedbands announcing the release of the Feedbands Store! You can now purchase any remaining copies of feedbands past releases, including few copies of our "Mountain Whales" remaining, if you want to buy.



KNOOLSTER writes (Portoguese): "Listen Amycanbe is like watching a movie from Michel Grondry. You enter a world of dreams in 16mm. Remember the past and dream about the future. You smile a fall afternoon on the beach as the tide rises...." etc etc... READ Below ...and Google Translate if needed...


venerdì 8 novembre 2013


Obscure Sound writes a great and moving article about our latest "Mountain Whales" out in vinyl thanks to Feedbands and especcially how they love BUFFALOS...well... we love it too!
 "Amycanbe are not an obscure band, and “Buffalos” isn’t a new song — if you live in Europe, that is. This four piece has been getting good notices and racking up impressive international tours since 2005, when they released their self-recorded Yellow Suit EP. Their latest full length, Mountain Whales, hit the old world in 2011 — but, now, under the auspices of Feedbands it has a North American release as a limited pressing on colored vinyl, which makes this a good time to talk about Amycanbe and, especially, “Buffalos”.

venerdì 1 novembre 2013