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  • Hola, buscamos integrantes para completar la formación de Cineplexx & The Odeons (en Barcelona)

    Actualmente estamos adelantando canciones del próximo disco “PICNIC” (en el que colaboran duglas de BMX bandits, norman blake de teenage fanclub y jad fair) y de discos anteriores.

    La banda esta formada por mi (Sebastián litmanovich), Angel Alcaraz (bajo) y necesitamos un/a baterista, como siempre bienvenido el espiritu indie, virtuosos abstenerse.

    Algunas referencias musicales: Flaming Lips, BMX Bandits, the vaselines, Teenage Fanclub, The Ronnettes, Joe Meek, Beach Boys, Jens Lekman, Magnetic Fields, Lemans y Family entre muchos otros.

    Si saben de alguien que pueda estar interesado se agradece mucho que se pongan en contacto: info@cineplexx.net

    para escuchar música: www.myspace.com/cineplexx o bien www.cineplexx.net
    o last.fm o facebook

    abajo copio un review del disco

    gracias!

    sebas


    www.cineplexx.net
    info@cineplexx.net

    also...
    www.myspace.com/cineplexx


    Cineplexx - warm and friendly pop for a springtime picnic
    April 17th, 2008 by Knut

    Sebastian Litmanovich is the main man behind Cineplexx, a very interesting project for lovers of melodic, friendly and warm pop music. Sebastian is from Argentina, but lives and works in Barcelona as a musician and as a graphic artist.

    On June 24th, he will release his new album, "Picnic", on Portia Records. "Picnic" is Sebastian Litmanovich's fifth overall album and his debut on Portia, and here he is helped by Duglas Stewart (BMX Bandits), Norman Blake (Teenage Fanclub), Jad Fair (Half Japanese) and Federico Aubele (all of them have co-written songs or performs on the tracks on the album). Sebastian's music has a lot in common with especially Stewart's and Blake's music, so they seem to be the perfect collaboration partners for Cineplexx.

    If you like Belle and Sebastian, The Radio dept, BMX Bandits, Camera Obscura, Little Name, Jens Lekman, Flaming Lips, Teenage Fanclub or the Beach Boys, you'll love Cineplexx. It's a wonderful album, and a perfect companion to the coming days of Spring. The albumtitle is perfect. "Picnic" is the exact image I get in my head when I'm listening to this album. I see myself resting on the grass on a warm spring day, the sun is shining, the birds are singing and Cineplexx is playing somewhere in the background…. Mmmm!

    "Picnic" is a wonderful collection of pop songs, with Sebastian's warm and almost whispered Spanish vocals in front (except on "Tiger Trap" where Duglas Stewart sings). The album is full of pretty melodies, lush strings and harmonies, but far underneath all the niceness, you'll discover more noisy, fuzzy and strange elements, - sometimes also darker - , which makes the album more interesting in the long run. The title track, where Jad Fair is involved, is almost psychedelic in its playful and dreamy arrangement. Wonderful!

    This is one of the album's really strong sides: The more you listen to it, the more you'll discover.




  • Hola, buscamos integrantes para completar la formación de Cineplexx & The Odeons (en Barcelona)

    Actualmente estamos adelantando canciones del próximo disco “PICNIC” (en el que colaboran duglas de BMX bandits, norman blake de teenage fanclub y jad fair) y de discos anteriores.

    La banda esta formada por mi (Sebastián litmanovich), Angel Alcaraz (bajo) y necesitamos un/a baterista, como siempre bienvenido el espiritu indie, virtuosos abstenerse.

    Algunas referencias musicales: Flaming Lips, BMX Bandits, the vaselines, Teenage Fanclub, The Ronnettes, Joe Meek, Beach Boys, Jens Lekman, Magnetic Fields, Lemans y Family entre muchos otros.

    Si saben de alguien que pueda estar interesado se agradece mucho que se pongan en contacto: info@cineplexx.net

    para escuchar música: www.myspace.com/cineplexx o bien www.cineplexx.net
    o last.fm o facebook

    abajo copio un review del disco

    gracias!

    sebas


    www.cineplexx.net
    info@cineplexx.net

    also...
    www.myspace.com/cineplexx


    Cineplexx - warm and friendly pop for a springtime picnic
    April 17th, 2008 by Knut

    Sebastian Litmanovich is the main man behind Cineplexx, a very interesting project for lovers of melodic, friendly and warm pop music. Sebastian is from Argentina, but lives and works in Barcelona as a musician and as a graphic artist.

    On June 24th, he will release his new album, "Picnic", on Portia Records. "Picnic" is Sebastian Litmanovich's fifth overall album and his debut on Portia, and here he is helped by Duglas Stewart (BMX Bandits), Norman Blake (Teenage Fanclub), Jad Fair (Half Japanese) and Federico Aubele (all of them have co-written songs or performs on the tracks on the album). Sebastian's music has a lot in common with especially Stewart's and Blake's music, so they seem to be the perfect collaboration partners for Cineplexx.

    If you like Belle and Sebastian, The Radio dept, BMX Bandits, Camera Obscura, Little Name, Jens Lekman, Flaming Lips, Teenage Fanclub or the Beach Boys, you'll love Cineplexx. It's a wonderful album, and a perfect companion to the coming days of Spring. The albumtitle is perfect. "Picnic" is the exact image I get in my head when I'm listening to this album. I see myself resting on the grass on a warm spring day, the sun is shining, the birds are singing and Cineplexx is playing somewhere in the background…. Mmmm!

    "Picnic" is a wonderful collection of pop songs, with Sebastian's warm and almost whispered Spanish vocals in front (except on "Tiger Trap" where Duglas Stewart sings). The album is full of pretty melodies, lush strings and harmonies, but far underneath all the niceness, you'll discover more noisy, fuzzy and strange elements, - sometimes also darker - , which makes the album more interesting in the long run. The title track, where Jad Fair is involved, is almost psychedelic in its playful and dreamy arrangement. Wonderful!

    This is one of the album's really strong sides: The more you listen to it, the more you'll discover.



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