‘The Drunk Man has a hook-laden hypnotic West Coast psychedelic vibe that just sucks you in’ FOLK RADIO UK
Killing Cartisano is Roberta Cartisano, Italian multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and session-musician, and, marking a departure from Roberta’s previous recordings under her own name, Killing Cartisano is also Roberta’s new incarnation. Influenced by psychedelic folk-rock, orchestral pop, cinematic funk and trip hop, her last album L’ultimo Cuore – The Last Heart, received rave reviews in her native Italy, where she was called ‘a pioneer of visionary sound’. Her original song-writing is highly personal and vivid, encapsulating the term ‘emotional rock’. In May 2018, leading up to the forthcoming album release of her debut album (Cargo Records UK) some tracks have been unleashed into the wild world: ‘The Drunk Man‘ video was premiered on Folk Radio UK, ‘Let Me Go’ was premiered on Backseat Mafia and its video appeared on Americana UK, while the track was broadcast on Gary Crowley’s show on BBC Radio London.
“Jolanda and Demian… deliver quite captivating dream pop tunes”
Renaud Monfourny (Les Inrockuptibles) (FR)
She Owl mixes dream pop, dark indie elements, cinematic arrangements, with haunting, sultryvocals
Gus Ring always felt like an outsider. Growing up in Sweden playing trumpet in orchestras, he later ended up screaming in metal and hardcorebands. From this Gus developed his unique style of fragile, dark, melancholic dreampop. His works has been compared by critics and fans to songwriters like Jeff Buckley and Damien Rice, and bands such as The Cure and Wovenhand. While touring Europe consistently Gus has released the two full-length albums Boredomtapes (2015) and Hypnoseas (2017), creating a dreamlike space of music, inviting the audience to just close their eyes and drift away.