Four Italian Pep Pills
Home-made music, incorporating elements of dub, hip-hop, experimental noise, electronica and garage rock. Sounds picked up from the home where the music is made are also used, sometimes.
This song implies that when you hear a rhythm guitar, something will happen. I have no idea what that is, and there is no rhythm guitar on this track anyway.
About three and a half minutes of two loud guitars, one in each ear.
Acoustic guitars recorded through the built in mic on a laptop. Poke means a bag, or some pep.
Remember that episode of Happy Days when special guest star Miles Davis threw a sparrow into the fire?
This tells a very short story. Leave me alone, I'm a family man.
To make you feel like you're being massaged or reading about Moondog. Comparatively tuneful.
Inspired by the Werner Herzog film Woyzeck. Features coffee mug.
Four Italian Pep Pills is Allan McCallum, his guitar, computer, keyboard, and anything he finds lying about the house which might make a noise. Previously a member of Mac Meda.
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