Noir doom jazz con una marcata componente cinematografica
The project stems from an idea by ADRIANO VINCENTI determined to push his research into a new level. Inspired by extreme Japanese cinema, Adriano aims to bring together Japanese Power-Harsh drifts with jazz doomnoir atmospheres that he masters since a very long time. Next step was to involve in such a project GIOVANNI LEONARDI who was also passionate in such artistic expression. Alchemy was working and turning perfectly into a very intriguing project. The two than decided to ask also the support of English saxophonist IAN FERGUSON, who takes care of all wind instruments. But the initial psychoanalysis of the project is Japanese filmmaker FURACHI LIFE, she delivered one of his poems on band’s debut album and took care of all the images and entire inspiration of the project. As in the most successful outcomes, the artistic alchemy of Vincenti, Leonardi, and the british saxophonist Ian Ferguson, generated a feverish and endless activity. Only a year ago the trium was busy laying the foundations of its debut album, recently pressed by Old Europa Cafè. The sonic product of Senketsu No Night Club, floating between jazzy movements, dark ambient soundscapes, and power noise ruptures, celebrated then the far east extreme cinema whilst the Furachi Life’s fetish imaginary – if you are familiar with the perturbing japanese artist – was the band concept’s perfect incarnation. Stunning yet sensual, as in the best representation of the sex/death duplicity. Today, with a different approach, “Shikkoku” represents the nocturnal spleen and its melancholy, the erotic lyricism of Mishima’s novel “Nikutai No Gakko, 愛の渇き”, and the eternal clash of Eros and Thanatos by G. Bataille. The beauty, the crime, the violence, the anguish.
100% Doom-Noir Jazz in a dark connection between Rome and Tokyo.