Friday, December 27, 2013
Celebrating their 20th anniversary these days Guts Pie Earshot have released their latest album "Amparo Fugaz" via Major Label in early December and once again they've made up their minds to serve something special - an eleven track longplay piece that has been recorded live and direct without any kind of safety net but in a studio environment to preserve the best possible sound quality. And here they go - unleashing a raw and widely unprocessed musical storm incorporating elements of Punk, live Drum'n'Bass, epic layers of plangent violins, killer basslines referring to Dubsteps wildest moments as well as parts that seem to be taken from Gypsy Folk plus a lot of super solid Rock and Hardcore drumming that isn't afraid of modern urban riddims like Moombahton and others. Sounds wild? It is for sure but not confusing at all. Guts Pie Earshot are to be called true masters of amalgamation, entraining audiences and listeners with their full-on open minded attitude and setting live stages on fire whereever they do appear. We're looking forward to the next decade of thrilling musical freestyle visions. Happy birthday!