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Special edition of the "Delta Blues Accident Ep" by DONDIEGO e ANTAGONISTA. Released by Talk about Records in 100 hand-crafted copies.
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A Delta Blues accident. Voice and guitar, rough blues sung and played loud. Spectres of gloomy bluesmen from the 20th century feast with a bunch of brand new dirty and desperate delta blues songs. DONDIEGO e ANTAGONISTA founded in 2010 the heavy blues band King Howl: together they played around half Europe, in small clubs and big festivals; they wrote, produced and recorded two albums, spreading the name of the band internationally. After thousands of kilometers on the road with this line-up (currently working on the third album), they began to play in duet, arranging old ‘900 blues through a gaunt instrumentation, but without disdaining electricity and incursions in the lo-fi psychedelic territories. The result is DELTA BLUES ACCIDENT: six visceral blues tracks collected in an EP produced by Talk About Records in 100 copies assembled by hand.
released May 18, 2016
DONDIEGO - Vocals, Harp
ANTAGONISTA - Guitars, Synth, Sounds
All songs written by Diego Pani and Marco Antagonista
Recorded & Mixed by Marco Antagonista, Cagliari, january/april 2016
Artwork by Elena Cabitza / www.behance.net/caby
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Having already owned ‘King Howl Quarlet’ and thinking it was pretty special; I recon these guys have grown even more. Bringing a type blues that wouldn’t go astray on any of Zeppelin’s later albums, bourbon soaked vocals and even carrying a 90ies stoner band’s rumbling groove; King Howl produce some pretty awesome heavy Blues and it looks like they’re only getting better. Harry Harrison