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Calibro 35 - Giulia Mon Amour  / Notte in Bovisa
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Calibro 35

Giulia Mon Amour / Notte in Bovisa

Record Kicks

Released: 23rd September 2013 | 2 track funk single

Record Kicks proudly presents the new single by crime funk heroes Calibro 35! Giulia Mon Amour is the first single taken from Calibro 35 forthcoming new album Traditori di Tutti which is coming out on Record Kicks next 21 October. Giulia mon amour is a fast and furious hipshaker with heavy breaks, guitars and uptempo rhythm, able to set every dancefloor on fire. A perfect Quentin Tarantino opener 100% in Calibro 35's style. On the flip side, for the first time on the superior 45 format, Calibro 35's seminal hit Notte in Bovisa taken from their 2008 debut album. The result is a limited edition 45 essential to every dj!

With Rolling Stone magazine words Calibro 35 are the most fascinating, retro-maniac and genuine thing, that happened to Italy in the last years, think at The Budos Band that meets Morricone. The band started back in 2007 when Grammy award candidate, producer Tommaso Colliva (Muse, Franz Ferdinand, Twilight Singers), invited some of the best musicians from the Italian indie scene to record some Italian golden age soundtracks. What started as a studio b-side project evolved in a full time band able to release 3 heavily acclaimed albums and to tour extensively around Europe, including to name just a few at festivals like Eurosonic in Groningen, SXSW in Austin Texas, Nova Rock Festival in Austria and CMJ in New York. Songs taken from Calibro's albums have also been included in numerous soundtracks including Hollywood blockbuster RED starring John Malkovich and Bruce Willis, Gli Angeli Del Male directed by Michele Placido, Said directed by Joseph Lefevre and Eurocrime directed by Mike Malloy. (On crime-funk) Italians do it better

"Calibro 35 are the most fascinating, retro-maniac and genuine thing, that happened to this Country in the last years"
Rolling Stone Magazine
"This five piece Italian band are on a career high!"
Mojo Magazine
"Calibro 35 does with music what Tarantino does with film”"
Buzzline
"Italian soundtrack funk that sounds like Goblin recording at Stax!"
Wax Poetics Magazine