Italian indie band Amycanbe keeps getting better and better. Everywhere and Truth be Told are two of the band’s more recent tracks – both are excellent. Unlike many Italian bands, Amycanbe sings mainly in English realizing that by doing so, it extends its appeal virtually a million fold. While music sung in Italian is popular […]
This is the video to go with a new single by Italian Indie rock group – Il Teatro degli Orrori – called Io cerco te, which is I’m looking for you in English. By the way, Io cerco te is sung in Italian and has been taken from a new album – Il Mondo Nuovo […]
Being an, oldish rocker, I like a little rousing rock music from time to time. Not much has been written about the Italian indie scene on BlogfromItaly.com recently after Icelandic indie music expert Guðjón Ingi Sigurðarson left Italy to return to his homeland.
So, off I went onto the Italian web to track down something which was, er, music to my ears, and within a few Google searches, I’d found some fresh Italian brewed indie music for you to have a listen to.
The Italian indie band I tracked down; I think that is almost a pun; is called Avvolte and here are two tracks of theirs.
Italian band OfeliaDorme have sent me a new video of theirs for us all to watch. It’s the third in a recent series, and the band will be releasing a new album in January 2011. The OfeliaDorme track featured in the video is ‘This World’.
The Strokes, The Raconteurs, The Hives and Arctic Monkeys are only a few bands that pop into mind when hearing Les Fauves do their stuff. That’s right, Les Fauves is now no longer the name of a short-lived group of impressionist artists from the early 20th century, nor has the Italian band got anything to do with the Auzzie band – THE Fauves.
A strange and ever changing combination of punk, psychedelic pop, and garage-beat hits you when you put Italian indie band The Calorifer Is Very Hot! on.
It appears that in my first article on Italian indie-music, I got a bit hasty when I said that the south of Italy didn‘t really have much good indie-music to offer. Well, since my first indie-music observations went online more than a few people have pointed out to me that the south of Italy shows lots of promise on the indie-music front.
For reasons unknown, I had never let my mind wander towards something like Italian indie music. I guess that to me the idea of indie music in Italy got lost somewhere in amongst football, pizza, and Eros Ramazzotti.