Marlon Bianco, the moustachioed maestro, returns with a delicious summertime instrumental.
I always love a repetitive track, something that takes complete hold of your attention but also allows your mind a chance to wander. This is exactly that. The only change we get is a midway breakdown, keeping the same riff in half-time, just long enough to let you breathe, before putting you back on the roundabout.
‘Soundglasses’ is the second single from Life in Low-Fi, due to be released later this year. Recorded over a weekend, with Monte, at Adriatica Studio in London. The man himself said; "The song is a landscape of electromagnetic waves, covering the same riff throughout the whole song. Inspired by Lucio Battisti (Italian singer/songwriter legend) and Italian 80s Erotic B-movie soundtracks."
So far the band have made one live appearance, last month at the Shacklewell Arms. Well worth seeing, I have to say. Will we see a return of the mysterious musician and his clones to a live show? As with everything Marlon does, it’s worth keeping your eyes peeled.
Filmed by Phil MFU
Edited by Alice Notaristefano