16 March 2015
‘A kind of charming sadness’|
Yeah Buddy, Liverpool
‘Emilio Pinchi shows the depth of solo-performing talent we have in this city, possessing some fine tunes’
Influenced by the likes of Elliott Smith and The Antlers, Liverpool based Emilio Pinchi carves his own perspective on folk-punk, offering a stark, honest outlook on everyday life.
Having racked up performances around the Midlands and North West, Emilio’s music has been aired on BBC Introducing and other independent stations, and he has recently performed live sessions for both BBC Merseyside and BBC stoke.
Staying true to his roots, 2014 saw Emilio release Trying Man, a track he produced in his kitchen after shunning established studios for a DIY approach. The lo-fi record has since grabbed the attention of the Liverpool music scene, and has garnered positive opinion from Bido Lito, amongst other blogs and reviewers.
The latter half of the year has seen Emilio quietly cause further excitement, playing a plethora of unique shows which have included a support slot with Nell Bryden at The Arts Club, an appearance on Bay TV Liverpool’s televised launch show, and even a live performance on a moving train.
Emilio will spend the first half of 2015 working on a compelling new project, which will involve the recording and release of new material in a truly singular fashion.
Twitter/Instagram - @EmilioPinchi
Any Last Words
16 March 2015
Taking influence from contrasting artists such Amy Winehouse and Kendrick Lamar, the duo have a self confessed eclectic taste in music. This, paired with their organic and collaborative writing style, are the ingredients for their unique sound, which Michelle describes as 'Both of our personalities personified'. The combination of Michelle’s soulful voice and Alex’s intricate guitar playing, bring a certain class and retro vibe to an undeniable contemporary groove.
Since their creation in 2013, the band has played countless shows, becoming regulars at local events as well as appearing at Fiesta Bombarda and Liverpool International Music Festival. More recently, they have travelled further afield to perform in venues up and down the country, recently supporting Anthony David at London's Jazz Cafe and appearing on numerous radio stations including the BBC.
"Sophisticated, jazzy and smooth. The vocals are feisty but not too overpowering."
"It’s effortlessly cool, and has a kind of seductive sophistication about it…it’s a track you would be crazy to miss."
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Gig listing 2015:
20/03 – Camp & Furnace /Liverpool / Neighborhood BBQ
28/03 – Threshold Festival / Liverpool
16/04 – The Paul McCartney Auditorium / Liverpool
22/04 – Hoxton Under Belly / London / Indigo Sessions
28/07 – The Kazimier / Liverpool
29/08 – Watchet Festival Main Stage / Somerset