Pressed on 180-gram vinyl; includes insert and download code. Edition of 300. Originally released digitally in 2013. "First vinylization of the great debut by this large Boston ensemble, helmed by Simon Hanes (ex-Guerilla Toss) and dedicated to reinventing the sounds that drove Italian cinema throughout the '60s and '70s. Their touch is goddamn perfect, including technical tropes you'll recognize as updates of everyone from Nino Rota to Ennio Morricone and way way beyond. Largely instrumental, the sound blends mysterious lone trumpets, plonking percussion twangers, syrupy organ bleeds, swathes of strings (real or imagined), and clomping rhythms in a way that'll make you sit straight up in your chair and yell, 'Ciao!' A bunch of these players were also involved with Survivors Breakfast, who played with Anthony Coleman on his most recent Tzadik disc, The End of Summer (2013), but this project trumps all others. Great stuff. Can't wait 'til they hook up with Asia Argento."