Dreary shoegaze from Italy.
Italy’s Bruno Bavota is back this May with a new album entitled Mediterraneo, courtesy of Dronarivm. Check out a teaser above.
Italy’s Joycut is heading over the Atlantic for a string of US dates. Check them out above, and view the list of dates after the cut.
Mr. Romeo wrote in and requested that we pass along his album, Need for Expression. His stuff falls a little closer to the post-rock realm, so check it out if that sounds appealing.
Bruno Bavota’s third album is a powerful statement from one of Italy’s hottest new artists. The Secrets of the Sea is likely to be one of the year’s most charming albums.
Italian label Oak Editions released three notable works late last month by Orla Wren, Pietro Riparbelli, and Nicola di Croce. Samples of each can be found below, and information on ordering them can be found here. Note that the non-digital version of Uncodified Signals will set you back a cool 2 grand.
Italian post-rock outfit is rather gifted at its craft, but the band has escaped a wider audience for years (check out 2008’s Hjarta below). Collapsed Records has announced that they’ll be releasing a new album from the band (the first since 2011’s EP, Snow Behind Enemy Lines. Get ready for the slow burner, due out in June.
Psychonavigation Records will be releasing Bruno Bavota’s new album, The Secret of the Sea, this April. You can stream “Me and You” from the album below.
This is a pretty spectacular album. We’ll provide some more tracks once they become public. For now, you can tide yourself with his 2013 effort, included below.
Italian based K’an creates harsh drone soundscapes complemented by electronics and glitch. Anima is his debut alum.
Italian Pianist Fabrizio Paterlini is gearing up to release The Art of the Piano next month. Catch a snippet of the album below, which will include a limited edited white vinyl pressing (150 copies).