Dome La Muerte E.x.p.
Lazy Sunny Day
To understand his caliber, just say that he shared the stage with The Clash, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Johnny Thunders’ Heartbreakers, The Fuzztones and Iggy Pop.
This new project is the son of his first solo recording experience Poems for renegades of 2011, which contained a highly psychedelic-folk matrix; they were thrown the first seeds for this new album titled Lazy Sunny Day (or more briefly L.S.D.) produced by Cinedelic and Go Down rec.
Lazy Sunny Day, unlike Poems for renegades, was recorded and arranged with a band, E.X.P., who will accompany Dome also in tour to recreate on stage the same sounds of the record. The sound is mostly instrumental and it’s lysergically inspired by spaghetti western soundtracks, the Beat generation, India, the hippies movement, expansion of consciousness and with deep respect and admiration to the culture and spirituality of the Native Americans.
The formation of E.X.P. as well as Dome La Muerte, guitar and vocals, includes: Luca Valdambrini (organ, guitar and backing vocals), from Surfer Joe and his boss Combo and Pam and Pipelines, the same bands in which he also played Alessandro Quaglierini, on bass and backing vocals . On drums Emiliano Giuliani former Liars and member of the original line-up of the Diggers.