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Playing, according to The Wire, a southern gothic swampland voodoo SNEERS. is the female-fronted music project formed by Italian singer and guitarist M.Greta Blaankart and drummer Leonardo O. Stefenelli.
Started in Berlin and relocated to Rome, SNEERS.’ music is a devilish and hallucinatory march into the depths of human bleakness, characterized by the emotionally overpowering narrative of Blaakart’s lyrics. The band’s blood-flled poetry and luminous melancholia are odes to spirituality and guilt.
SNEERS.’ musical exploration of heaven and hell was best documented on the band’s 2018’s studio album,“Heaven Will Rescue Us, We’re the Scum, We’re in the Sun”, with the studio collaboration of Kristof Hahn from Swans at the lap-steel guitar and released by Manchester-based label God Unknown Records.
Since its release, SNEERS. have been extensively touring Europe and UK and received praise for their live performances, bringing them to be premiered on BBC Radio 6 and hit stages such as Rough Trade East in London, with Revista Marvin defning Blaankart’s voice close to living legend Diamanda Galás.
Their new work, “Tales For Violent Days”, was released on God Unknown Records on March 4th 2022.
KAMOOS (Berlin) play a unique brand of dancey, sensual post-punk. The band formed following the meeting of its two founding members, Juliette and Vivi. The two of them began banging out awkward but catchy tunes until they moulded what was to become the distinct Kamoos sound – an expedition into the dissonant quarters of the punk and garage world using heavy baselines and Arab scales. This came out as dancey, sexy, post-punk. Kamoos have been compared to bands including Goat Girl, Shocking Blue, Nirvana and PJ Harvey and bring a unique sensual confidence to their music “…the power of the vocals and the unabashed sensuality of the performance, girly but rough.“ – Indieberlin.
They have been mentioned by New York Magazine as a band to look out for.
Following the successful release of their singles „Xray Me“, „Slow Demise (of the Brain and the Bust)“, „Ice Cream“ and „Orang-utans“ Kamoos and their new lineup have used this Covid period to get back in the studio to record „Mighty Mighty“ and „Metronumb“ – two edgy, danceable tracks of different flavours; the former being a muddy ode to the morning after the night before and the latter being a dance track about blissful uncertainties. They now want to release these tracks into the wild. Let them Kamoos you!