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Forum Name: Suggest New Bands and Artists
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Topic: Nosound
Posted By: Andrea Cortese
Subject: Nosound
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 06:51
Days ago I've received a private message from progger evenless, aka Martijn Martens from the Netherlands.
 
He asked me of an obscure contemporary italian prog band "Nosound" and added also the info below:
 

NOSOUND “Sol 29”

 

"Sol 29" is the debut album from Giancarlo Erra’s NOSOUND project. A collection of introspective songs and ambitious instrumentals positioned midway between organic early 1970s Progressive experiments and contemporary Post-Rock influences that occasionally recalls the work of SIGUR ROS, PINK FLOYD, PORCUPINE TREE and NO-MAN.

 

The reason NOSOUND should be added is clear. This is prog music to the bone from Italy which has great similarities to PINK FLOYD and Porcupine Tree (The Sky Moves Sideways era).

 

Official website: http://www.nosound.net/ - http://www.nosound.net

 

DISCOGRAPHY :

"Sol 29" is their debut album and therefore their best. They have also released a PROMO CD-R (2004) and a DVD-R “The World is Outside”.

 
 
 
He also told me he already asked for the inclusion. Does some other italian progger colleague knows them?
 
http://homepage.mac.com/giancarloerra/nosoundnet/sol29.html#">
 
From the official website: 2007 Nosound new album:
 
http://www.lightdark.net/">

http://www.lightdark.net/ - L i g h t d a r k  (just enter, click on play button and listen to a preview...Wink)
 
 
The band is already added in other prog web sites such as Progressive Ears  and Movimentiprog.
I still don't own any of Nosound's records but it all sounds interesting (and yummy).



Replies:
Posted By: Pablo_P
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 07:38
Look here:
http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=22622 - http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=22622

...and they aren't here yet?

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Pablo P.


Posted By: N Ellingworth
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 07:55
Just gave the Lightdark sample a listen and it's very interesting, I'm currently listening to other samples, they seem to be a very good band and definitely one to keep an eye on.

They really should be here.


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Posted By: Andrea Cortese
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 08:00

Well, I searched for same threads in the past but I didn't find anything.

http://www.progarchives.com/forum/search_form.asp?FID=1">Search The ForumSearch , why you don't work when I need you???AngryWacko

BTW, thanks, Pablo. Nosound deserve to be here and it's necessary to persist and not to loose hope! I'm very interested in their two albums. Thumbs Up

 
 
 


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Posted By: N Ellingworth
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 08:08
Having given the samples a listen I'm going to be buying their debut album and possibly the DVD as soon as possible. I think that fans of early PT, No-Man and post rock could find a lot to enjoy in Nosound's music. Thumbs Up


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Posted By: chamberry
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 11:28
^^^ I wholeheartly agree. Sol29 is a beautiful album.

We're working on their addition, but we've been a little slow in additions since one of our team members, Bilek, is having some problems with his computer connection.

It'll most likely be added sooner or later after Eetu and Bilek come to a desicion. What we need after our choice has been made is a biography. Any takers? Smile

If anyone is curious, here's the additions chart: http://www.progtology.com/home/progarchives/psych_chart.xhtml - http://www.progtology.com/home/progarchives/psych_chart.xhtml

If you find a band that needs to be there then PM Eetu and he'll add them when he can.



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Posted By: N Ellingworth
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 12:14
I'd be willing to give it a go once I do a bit more research in to the band and get to know their music better.

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Posted By: chamberry
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 12:28
Thanks for the help N Ellingworth. 

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Posted By: N Ellingworth
Date Posted: January 02 2007 at 12:30
No problem, it'll give me something to do until I go back to university (and while I'm there given how dull some lectures are Wink)

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