What if Ennio Morricone and Lalo Schifrin had a band? Well, they will call CALIBRO 35.

Last February, during their Spanish tour, the Italian band CALIBRO 35 came to visit us. One day in 2007 these four great musicians gathered in a studio to have a good time and ended up forming a band.

The peculiarity of CALIBRO 35 is that their music is inspired by the soundtracks of Italian detective movies of the ’70s, honoring the genre that began in Italy and then became famous worldwide.

In recent years, CALIBRO 35 have created soundtracks for several movies and have continued giving concerts in Italy, Europe and the US, with an American version of their previous LP Ogni Riferimento a Persone Esistenti o a Fatti Accaduti è Puramente Casuale. Fuzz guitars, distorted organs, hypnotic bass, funky grooves: seeing them live is like being in an action movie.

Here you have the song they played for The Furious Sessions, Vendetta, from his latest LP Traditori di Tutti.

Texto: Valentina Mercuri


Production_The Furious Sessions
Direction_RiD Produccions
Cameramen_Bernat Rueda, Luiso Ces, Miquel Rodriguez, José G. Fernández and Javier Dominguez
Sound_Alberto Perez_Sol de Sants
Editing_Javier Dominguez_RiD Produccions
Still photo_Bernat Rueda
Making of_Bernat Rueda

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