Immediate download of 9-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
$6USD or more
Palermo's debut album is released under the Crazy Iris records in 2013. LP is pressed on classic dark 180-gram vinyl, cover sleeve is made from heavy white paper and inner sleeve with printed lyrics includes voucher for a digital download. Cover photo is taken from an archive of czech artist Michal Pěchouček.
Includes immediate download of 9-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
After the first CD "We Are No Longer the Same" (AMDISCS, 2010) under the name TABLE, it took three years for two students (Dominik Gajarský, Roman Štětina) of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague to complete the 9-track follow up under the name Palermo. This alias links the aesthetics of the band directly to one of Joseph Beuy's students - the mythical character of painter Blinky Palermo. Three of the albums tracks are symbolically dedicated to three persons: Blinky Palermo, Jacob Lawrence and Ludwig Wittgenstein. The change in alias also comes with a new approach to production. The sound is characterized as brighter and uses a more sophisticated implementation of acoustic instrumentation(bass, guitar, percussions) as opposed to purely electronic techniques. The vocals of Dominik Gajarský reference the late 70´s and early 80´s figures of pop.
"Still Life" is available in a limited edition of 500 pieces on heavy weight 180g 12'' black vinyl.
released 09 July 2013
lyrics and music: Dominik Gajarský
beats: Roman Štětina
mix and post-production: Dominik Gajarský, Roman Štětina
prepared for a vinyl: Ondřej Ježek
cover photo: Michal Pěchouček
Crazy Iris Records Copyright
Palermo (formerly known as TABLE) is a band formed by a couple of students at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague. Under the
previous name they released an album "We Are No Longer the Same" (2009). They were mostly connected with production groups such as A.M.180 COLLECTIVE or PAF. The current name of the band may refer to a gangster ethos, but is rather inspired by a German artist Blinky Palermo....more