Monday, 26 October 2009

Maurizio Vitale of Lolita Terrorist Sounds and Viti di Titanio


1. Which book are you currently reading?
"The wind-up bird chronicle" by Haruki Murakami

2. Do you smoke?
Sometimes

3. When was the last time you got angry?
When my pc was gone with part of precious demos and records.

4. When was the last time you laughed until you cried?
Too much time ago, I can’t remember.

5. Was there a movie that you could not bear to see until its the end?
Sincerely, I find easily music albums I cannot bear to listen to until the end, especially some ridiculous Italian releases.

6. What character would you have liked to have played?
Warren Ellis

7. "Law & Order", "Special Victim Unit" or "Criminal Intent"?
Columbo starring Peter Falk

8. Who do you currently have a crush on?
Actually Scout Niblett, organs with distortion, maracas, tape recorders, an anonymous girl who works in a bar in London, messes in Arlington Road (London), sunny mornings spent on Grand Union Canal in London, seashore in Naples. In my life the moonlight.

9. What's the best moment of your day?
"..At night when stars light up the sky..."

10. What song of yours do you think is your best?
With Lolita Terrorist Sounds I always think the next song that I will compose (I always demand the best from my-self), with my other band Viti di Titanio (Titanium Screws) I’m proud of my drum beat played on “Naguine”.


Maurizio Vitale has been in the limelight for last few years with projects and live and studio teamworks running through the most varied music genres.
Lolita Terrorist Sounds doesn’t want to be hostage to the dictates of musical styles, to the need of composing music following traditional rhythmical movements and tonalities, it doesn’t want to be considered a music based exclusively on noise. Wants to be noisy, dissonant, atonal, discordant and mocking at the melody, but at the same time melodious, tonal, harmonious when required.
Viti di Titanio (Titanium screws) combine Anglo-Saxon origin sonority with the musicality and the auteur song based on Italian and Mediterranean tradition. The arrangements are notable for the deconstruction of the guitar playing, the experimentation and the noise, but the band also give space to the song in its classic manner and compose melodious vocal structures that successfully convey the messages of the musical compositions. The accurate and poetic wording of the lyrics, makes the songs hermetic, but the directness of the refrains soften the inscrutability.


Maurizio Vitale on Myspace
Lolita Terrorist Sounds on Myspace
Viti di Titanio on Myspace


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