You know Greatest Pizza is my greatest hits with all the classics from 2012 to 2016. I’ve got the chance to release it on compact disc through Analog Language Records and I have 20 copies here in my hands, ready to be signed and shipped.
In case you haven’t listened to it yet, this is the album:
The artwork has been completely re-designed by George Gold (The digital version came from the Overglow‘s pencil).
That’s all! I’m just waiting for it to finish rising and I’ll unlock the merch on my Bandcamp in the next days 🙂 The pizza guy is almost ready…
Well, I’m back on time in this period of the year with my Halloween track.
This time no pizza and no other foods are involved in this concept; this is a classic evergreen horror concept.
You know those guys who like to camp somewhere in the deep woods and something weird happens… and you know how that story ends already, the blondie (there’s always a blondie) is the first one to be killed, and step by step our group loses a character at a time, until only the last couple survives for some silly reasons because they apparently become brave and experienced serial killers.
You’ve seen this scenes hundred times but you will never get bored, be honest.
“No Camping Here” is out on Bandcamp and all the main digital stores for download and streaming.
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Originally released in the summer of 2013, Vincenzo Salvia’s full-length debut, Auto Radio, marries classic Italo disco elements with more modern electronic sounds and is truly a masterwork of the synthwave genre. A concept album realized as fictional radio broadcast from 1985, Auto Radio takes you on an imaginary journey through Italy – along the Amalfi Coast, through the busy streets of Milan, and into the lovely Italian countryside. But more importantly, the album takes you on a very real aural journey through the wonderful sounds of Italo disco’s golden age. Soaring melodies and rolling bass lines transport you to another time and place. But remember, nothing stays the same…
Just as the Eighties came to a close, so too did the popularity of Italo disco, as the country embraced the much different sounds of new wave, Eurobeat, and house music. Fortunately, you can now relive that glorious decade and the wonder and beauty of great Italo disco music, with a modern twist. Lipstick Crush Records is proud to present Vincenzo Salvia’s Auto Radio, for the first time ever on double vinyl – in two colorways (golden yellow and blue and white marble) – with redesigned artwork by George Gold (Nightcrawler) and mastered specifically for vinyl by Jeppe Hasseriis (Dynatron). So grab your suitcase in the night, hop in the car, and just drive. You’re tuned in to Auto Radio and the possibilities are infinite. Lie on the beach of Rimini. Watch the sunset from Maratea. Enjoy every moment of your travels – but be sure to grab a postcard to remember them by, because holidays are not forever.
My latest album “Weekend” is finally out.
8 retro tracks for a Friday-Saturday-Sunday trip somewhere in time: 70s, 80s, funky, Italian movies, some 16 bit arcade mixed with a gentle fusion touch and Italo disco influences.
And surprises never come alone! 40% off on the full discography on Bandcamp for a limited period!
Not everyone knows it, but I have a femal pekingese dog which composes awesome 70s horror music. She is a model too. (You can follow her on Facebook, Soundcloud and Bandcamp) She is so cute but there is a problem: She is afraid of her veterinary. She hates when she cuts her nails with those fearful instruments, She hates when she gives her some strange medicines to help her poo. She only wants to eat chicken and sleep quiet on her pillow.
Dog’s life is scaring. Really scaring.
That’s why she made this track with me. It’s about her worst nightmare: her veterinary.
You can listen to it in this Synthspiria “Memories of Giallo” compilation and download it for name your price (pay what you want)