/Acid rock, Improvised music, New Weird Italy, Avant-garde, Experimentalism, Blues, Lo-fi, Art punk, Space rock, Psych-folk, DIY, Free jazz/
Comment: firstly, this issue is obviously not thought for Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and other celebrities who used to poison the masses through awkward Hollywood motion pictures and scum news produced by pulp magazines and webzines. This set is obviously designed for people prone to think with their own brain and perceive with their own heart. However, the project seems to come out from Italy. The first impression is that the issue could be considered an example of psychedelic indie punk, yet, by having had more listening times the issue winds up step by step fulfilled with weird dodges into dada music, off-kilter electronic snippets, sooty folk appearances, demented blues progressions, improvised music and free jazz mixed results. Moreover, it involves enough provoking sequencing in rhythms and motives and thereby in moods either. Bread Pitt exploits likely low-end synths (Casio SA-1 or similar analogues to it). However, the second part of this 15 piece set centers on more sci-fi, ultramodern rock music, more concretely, experimenting with space rock templates and cockeyed acid rock developments. The outlet is to be remarkably out of pop therefore maintaining its dignity and stubborness.