New in Town: Bandwidth


No, it’s not the Bandwidth from Filippines, not the one from Atlanta either. Bandwidth is an Italian project that mixes post-punk and lo fi, a Rome-based trio you can taste for free via miacameretta’s bandcamp (here) or purchase for 3€ – the EP Quadro.

Introduce the band to somebody who’s never heard of you: 

Bandwidth is the chaotic non-casual collision of three metals from sector D. Three artificial elements highly radioactive, equipped with unstable isotopes, and extremely lethal to the human kind. The INDUSTRIAL combination of Db, Bh, and Hs, on August 2009, resulted in an Ep-eriment of rational formulas, enchanted with sonic parables projected into the future. Fragments of full-fledged awareness of CONCRETE reality, in December 2009 the three elements began to express their uneasiness with life through POST-PUNK tools to make the outcasts’ disheartening frustration tangible beyond the threshold of the audible. Their sound combines sonic harmony with the rhythm of nature, and at the same time maintains the sub-urban dimension of the three-phonic system. _STROBOELECTRICSINGSONICHARMONICNOISES_

Three words to describe your sound:

Isotope, collision, unstable

Artists who influenced your music: 

Shellac, Jesus Lizard, Talibam, Black Dice and all that shit!!!

What are you up to at the moment:

We are playing at some gigs with our new EP “Quadro”. Next gig on September 30th @ Portanova Club (Itri)

Where else we can find you on the Net:

www.miacameretta.com/bandwidth.htm

http://www.facebook.com/bbandwidth

www.myspace.com/bbandwidth

Tell us something nobody knows yet, tell us something exclusive:

We are crazy motherfuckers…

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