A raw, hard hitting album without a doubt, with a interesting musical/thematic proposal approached in an unexpected way, Cross a la Mandíbula is an essential listen for everyone who is fan of tango, urban-pop, Argentina or music in general!
“In this track I’m actually mixing music different styles. The melody and lyrics belong to a Catalan folk song (El Poder del Cant) written a few centuries ago by an anonymous writer.” – Mireia Carbonell, arranger from Periscopi Invertit
Fleeting Persuasion takes advantage of its rich sound to suggest a mood that is stays with the listeners long after the track is over. It takes us through a trip at midnight, not truly knowing our final destination, nor when it will end.
“Dizzy” is an atmospheric psychedelic dream that mixes heavy echoes and reverb, alt-rock with a little bit of funk and blues, making us feel completly immersed in its sound. A promising debut single without a doubt!
“I was actually going to rehearse some Soul Children songs – Norwegian gospel music – when “All By My Handsome Self” came to me. I already had the title for a while, and learning new chord progressions and a new way of thinking melody through the Soul Children songs I ended up with “All By My Handsome Self. It took about half an hour to write. The title itself comes from a line of a song a friend wrote, and I thought it to be too good to just be a line in a lyric.” – Robert Vendetta
Dust is a short yet tightly packed with many ideas. 9 o’clock Nasty makes short direct tracks that never overstay their welcome. Yet, the tracks from this EP are full of energy and punch that make us want to listen to them just as they end. 9 o’clock Nasty’s next project is the album Catch Nasty. If Dust is any indication, it sure will be a banger!