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Neodea Italy's Newest Hot Band Lands In America

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Born in the first half of the third millennium, the Milan, Italy-based band, Neodea, performs a modern reinterpretation of rock & roll from the U.S., particularly the Seattle Grunge music of the 1990s. Discovered by Cristiano Santini (former leader of the late eighties Italian band called Disciplinatha), they worked together to produce their debut album, “Teorema del delirio” (Delirium Theory) with technical assistance from Francesco Donadello the drummer of the band Giardini Di Mirò. In 2010, thanks to the enthusiasm for the song, “Violet”, the band is invited to play for Amnesty International’s contest “Voci per la libertà” (Voices for the Freedom). In 2011, the band meets Luca Venturi, the producer of well-known mainstream artists like Sugarfree, La Differenza, Barbara Monte and Micaela Foti. Together they produce the EP, “Scorre Lento” (Slowly Flowing) recorded at Sonic Factory with Mauro Isetti and Egidio Perduca and mixed in Metropolis Studio in Milan by Alessandro Marcantoni. In 2013 the Seattle connection grew even stronger, Neodea was invited to perform on a summer tour in the Emerald City. They performed in historic music venues, toured many Seattle rock and rock landmarks and are hosted on hugely popular radio station, KISW, which for the first time broadcasts a non local band on the popular, long-running show, “Loud And Local” stating that Neodea “is a Seattle band, but born in Italy”. Neodea signed a one song contract with London Tone Music and were thrilled to record the song at the legendary London Bridge Studio, the same studio where all of their favorite music was recorded including, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Mother Love Bone. http://londontonemusic.com

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