Τρίτη, 24 Σεπτεμβρίου 2019

Colatura - John Wayne



"We raise these boys to be like John Wayne, so don't act so surprised when they turn out that way." This first lyric sums up the song, which looks at how the role models we show our children affect them and the culture we live in.
Drawing on a range of influences from '50s female-fronted outfits to Manchester post-punk and all manner of noisy things, Colatura sounds both of and out of its time, delivering music that seems to have always been.” - PopMatters 
Colatura is a 4-piece indie band based out of New York City and is what resulted when an indie rock guitarist who had been playing in the Brooklyn DIY scene met a former child opera singer and classically trained pianist and they discovered that they had unexpected, killer musical chemistry. Two years ago, Digo Degorio and Jennica Best met in a restaurant, both individually unclear on the direction they were headed musically, and discovered that their musical backgrounds had a lot to offer each other.  Digo encouraged Jennica to pick up the bass guitar, Jennica’s Metropolitan Opera soloist father became Digo’s vocal teacher, and soon they were writing music together, taking influences from widely varying styles, from classical to 60s garage rock, to new wave and surf rock.  Digo discovered a love of opera. Jennica discovered a love of guitar pedals. And this past spring, they roped in Meredith Lampe and Victor Donahue to round the band into a 4-piece.
 
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