Tuesday, October 24, 2017

ZEUS + Noisey

“...distorted bass, impossibly complex drumming, and music that's calculatedly chaotic without the need for electric guitar.”

Check out ZEUS’ "nine-minute onslaught of fuzzy bass and ludicrous drumming,” via Noisey, here.

Luca Cavina and Paolo Mongardi’s distorted bass, meticulous drumming, and volcanic screams erupted in the form of MOTOMONOTONO, the duo’s third release. The pair make music that is both staccato within itself and yet fluid on a grander scale, morphing and melding genres countless times. This is all present in the live recording put together at Numeronove Studio, in Italy, capturing in black and white the precise, impressive “metal in opposition” approach the two take towards music. Numeronove  is a collaboration project, conceived in 2017, between Luigi Pianezzola and video maker Jacopo Dall’Agnol. Numeronove  is a cottage in the countryside of Bassano del Grappa, Italy, open to international artists and musicians offering them the opportunity to perform in the intimacy of a country-home atmosphere. It is a music lab that captures live exhibitions by artists in a close-up and personal setting.

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