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Calibro 35 - Psycheground / Polymeri (Afro-Utopia Version)
7" Vinyl

Calibro 35

Psycheground / Polymeri (Afro-Utopia Version)

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Released: 4th May 2018 | 2 track funk single

CALIBRO 35's new single Psycheground flipped by the unreleased Polymeri (Afro-Utopia Vers) on limited edition 45 vinyl.

Psycheground is the new single from the Italian cinematic funk cult combo Calibro 35 available on a super limited 45 vinyl and digital download on May 04. Taken from their heavily acclaimed new album DECADE, Psycheground is an afro-funk stormer that sounds like Tony Allen involved in writing a score for a vintage Hollywood production. The new single is flipped by an alternative and hypnotic afro/tropical version of Polymeri. Don't sleep on it, all Calibro 35's previous 45s went sold out in a few days.

CALIBRO 35 enjoys a worldwide reputation as one of the coolest independent band around. They have been sampled by Dr. Dre on his Compton album, Jay-Z Love Child & Damon Albarn, they shared stages with the likes of Roy Ayers, Sun Ra Arkestra, Sharon Jones, Thundercat, Headhunters and as unique musicians they've collaborated with, amongst others PJ Harvey, Mike Patton, John Parish and Stewart Copeland and Nic Cester (The Jet). Described by Rolling Stone magazine's as the most fascinating, retro-maniac and genuine thing, that happened to Italy in the last years, Calibro 35 now count on a number of aficionados worldwide which includes VIP's fans such as Dj Food (Ninja Tune), Mr Scruff and Huey Morgan (Fun Lovin' Criminals) among others.

"Wonderful! Deep, dark and impelling. A superbly threatening soundtrack in search of a movie to compliment its unique soundscape"
Craig Charles, BBC 6 Music
"up there with the best of today's bands making soundtrack-library-spy-psych-funk"
Dj Food, Ninja Tune
"Spectacularly good"
Mojo Magazine
"The group have developed a cult following for their unique brand of retro funk influenced by cinema scores, crime drama soundtracks and library music"