Kubernetikós video by Aspic Boulevard premiered today by Prog magazine.
As announced today by Prog magazine “Aspic Boulevard release head-trip new video for Kubernetikós” The video for Aspic Boulevard new single Kubernetikós has been revealed. Conceived and entirely made by the band.
The various sculptures that appear in the video (the android’s head, the little robots and the mechanical fishes) were made by Marco, as well as the sets (the chessboard, the lunar landscape, etc.) and the springboxes.
Alessandro, on the other hand, worked on photography and filming, taking care of every technical detail of the video.
The work was developed in an artisanal way, including special effects. Various scenes were made with the stop motion animation technique.
The concept of the video is the relationship between nature and technology, man and machine: a dualism represented through the allegory of a chess game.
It is inspired by the atmospheres of Karel Zeman, Ray Harryhausen, Cristina Làstrego, etc.
Prog Magazine reviews Aspic Boulevard 'Memory Recall of a Replicant Dream'.
“Old gear meets dystopian futures. The result is a truly unique record” Aspic Boulevard ‘Memory Recall of a Replicant Dream’ is reviewed in the latest issue of Prog Magazine.
Aspic Boulevard interviewed tonight by Italian broadcasting legend Red Ronnie, during the show "We Have A Dream".
Aspic Boulevard will be interviewed tonight by Italian broadcasting legend Red Ronnie, during the show “We Have A Dream”. The show will be streaming live from 9pm (CET). Aspic Boulevard will be discussing their debut album Memory Recall of a Replicant Dream.
Aspic Boulevard 'Memory Recall of a Replicant Dream'as reviewed by Shindig Magazine
Aspic Boulevard – Akragas video streaming now on You Tube
Aspic Boulevard - New Blow Up Signings
Sicilian brothers Alessandro and Marco Barrano take a journey through space and time with a sound is characterized by vintage electronics: analogue keyboards, analogue drum machines, tape recorders, circuit bending and many homemade musical instruments. Influences range from Pierre Schaeffer and Musique concrète school in France in the early 40’s to the sci-fi nuances of 60s & 70s cinematic music, psychedelia and kosmische. Composer Marco Barrano is of course no stranger to Blow Up Records having previously released MHz Invasion as one half of Daiquiri Fantomas which received support at BBC 6 Music from DJs including Radcliff & Maconie and Steve Lamacq.