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terrorturbo

terrorturbo

terrorturbo


terrorturbo’s music (no capital letters, please) seems to turn to earth’s lowest temperatures to exist. Stepping into the past whislt heading towards the future, amongst its influences (preferably by the band called “references”) are the likes of Kraftwerk, Joy Division, The Smiths, New Order as well as Low, Ladytron, Radiohead, Sigur Rós, etc. terrorturbo are Gilmar monte (voice and programming), Marcelo Merçon (synths), André Graciotti (guitars) and Raphael Cuquetto (bass). Read more on Last.fm
terrorturbo’s music (no capital letters, please) seems to turn to earth’s lowest temperatures to exist. Stepping into the past whislt heading towards the future, amongst its influences (preferably by the band called “references”) are the likes of Kraftwerk, Joy Division, The Smiths, New Order as well as Low, Ladytron, Radiohead, Sigur Rós, etc. terrorturbo are Gilmar monte (voice and programming), Marcelo Merçon (synths), André Graciotti (guitars) and Raphael Cuquetto (bass). And they are from Brazil, living in the southeast bit of the country, by the ocean, in a state called Espirito Santo. Every little detail in terrorturbo’s music is thought up to be stimulating, exciting, touching, aiming at bringing to the listener’s mind empty spaces, cold far away places, to make them FEEL.

The obsession with details, the extreme care with songwriting and playing the kind of music they do makes them alien to Brazil’s (alternative) music scenario. This does not make anything easier for the band in its own land. A gig is, thus, not something they do everyday. Chances do not abound. Having that in mind, they locked up themselves in a room with a home studio for months and sunlight was seen again only when 5 songs had been accomplished.

This is their first “official” handmade release, even though some other songs have already been recorded before. Thru’ the ep’s 5 songs, terrorturbo parade their array of atmospheres: the claustrophobic “dipsomania calls” and “page 4”, the confessional “hold on to the ones who love you” and the bouncing touches that mask the sulky “the hasty nod” and the weight of words of “my own big fish”. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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