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Who the hell are these guys? I always liked the name in a weird way. I know a couple of banjo players and I'd pay good money to see them "freak out" instead of plucking away with dazed gormless expressions on their face. Let's have some wild, unabated anarchy from those strings please!! These guys are actually one chap, an Italian called Allesio, who also records with a pal as Walls. He veers from ...

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Banjo or Freakout by Banjo or Freakout
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6/10 Brian 02 March 2011

Who the hell are these guys? I always liked the name in a weird way. I know a couple of banjo players and I'd pay good money to see them "freak out" instead of plucking away with dazed gormless expressions on their face. Let's have some wild, unabated anarchy from those strings please!! These guys are actually one chap, an Italian called Allesio, who also records with a pal as Walls. He veers from hazy Deerhunter-esque dream pop to plodding Animal Collective-lite atmospherics whilst a penchant for widescreen 60s-flecked pop is also apparent. It all sounds like good quality stuff, if stylistically a little derivative of recent pioneers & underground trailblazers. As a solo artist he's definitely got some songwriting nous but I really feel he has got a search on his hands to find his own niche.


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