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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

NEWS:
Lots of shows including a special dedicated to the old Fast Product label

Artist Info

Qlowski

QlowskiPowered by Audioscrobbler™Qlowski is Michele Tellarini, Cecilia Corapi, Davide Rossi and Francesco Salomone. Both Michele and Cecilia trade vocals on this EP recorded at Strange City Studios by Jonathan Clancy and mastered by Mikey Young (Total Control).

Their first tape released in 2016 (in Bandcamp’s best of the year) already showcased an uncommon post-punk sensibility, propulsive rhythms, a modern spin on kiwi-pop and a weird combination of dark punk, noise rock and flower pop. Something is shifting now, there’s a low thump rumble, a certain restlessness you can’t always wrap your finger around that permeates their new batch of songs, noise is creeping in, circular bass patterns laying down a foundation for echoes and feedbacks that highlight the growth and anxiety in Michele and Cecilia’s gut-wrenching vocal delivery. These kids man, I tell ya, talk about a knack for writing pristine songs… Television Personalities, Hannett’s production style, The Clean, Killing Joke, Aussie Punk? I give up, I’m gonna start calling them concrete-punk, these 4 songs are all the evidence I need. Pure as fear.

Shifty rhythms, circuitous bass-and-guitar interplay, feedback bridges that disappear beneath the musicians’ feet… smart and sharp songwriters who constantly teeter on the edge between light and dark, twee and death-rock. Their unrest is our pleasure. — Jes Skolnik (Bandcamp) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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