We are happy to share with you our latest reviews from the Italian press.
The open nature of this project puts on board drummer Nick Wight, that worth “+1″ who is the main character on final song “Changing World”, a nostalgic paint which gets the emotional highlight of a courageous and unpredicted album.
ENRICO RAMUNNI (ROCKERILLA)
These Human Beings is plenty of artistic humus.
STEFANO DENTICE (EXTRA MUSIC MAGAZINE)
The good thing from this trio is that they don’t “hang out” either with the massive omnipresent neobop, either with the ecstatic Scandinavian style. In their composite rhythms, we can find pretty much some of a particular experimental, fragmented and multi-directional rock. The distribution of the rules is well balanced and it gives a sense of unity to the improvisations.
PIERCARLO POGGIO (BLOW UP)
This 10-tracks album from Pericopes+1 conduct the listener into a sonore dimension where the dialogue and the conceptual revision of interpreters’ rules are going to receive the jazz of tomorrow.
DANIELE CAMERLENGO (SUONO)
Many Thanks to Daniele Camerlengo, Stefano Dentice, Piercarlo Poggio and Enrico Ramunni.