Riding Pânico

2013-09-24 10:29:35 UTC
Riding Panico Profile

Riding Pânico builds electric landscapes suffused with tragedy and laughter. Their universe is one of high musical density where melancholic textures, dissonant gestures and layers of guitar loops work together to blur the lines of their own identity. Their sound invites you to ride through this lush atmosphere of stillness and motion.

Releases:

Homem Elefante (2013) Lady Cobra (2008) and Riding Pânico (2007)

Band members:

João (guitar) Makoto (bass) Mike (guitar) Carlos (drums) Jorge (guitar) Ângelo (sound) Shela (keyboards / ambient / noise)

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Riding Pânico - Homem Elefante Artist - Riding Pânico Album - Homem Elefante Release Date - 2013 Genre - Instrumental, Post-Rock, Post-Metal, Experimental [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist A1 Zulu A2 Dance Hall A3 Código Morte A4 Monge Mau B1 Blueberry Surprise B2 Banzai B3 Parece Que Perdeste Alguém B4 Homem Elefante -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Riding Pânico - Homem Elefante -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Riding Pânico Album - Riding Pânico EP Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Post-Rock, Post-Metal, Experimental [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist 01 I See Nineteen 6:12 02 Untitled 4:05 03 Street Walkers 4:40 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Riding Pânico - Riding Pânico EP (PW: SirensSound.blogspot.com) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Riding Pânico Album - Lady Cobra Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-Rock, Post-Metal, Experimental [ VERY GOOD ] Tracklist 01 E Se a Bela For o Monstro 6:50 02 Running Kids 7:45 03 One Winged Cessna 3:28 04 Naja 2:19 05 Roses And Razors 8:40 06 Vox Humana 4:22 07 Capelo 2:33 08 Volvo 8:48 09 Áspide 2:32 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Riding Pânico - Lady Cobra (PW: SirensSound.blogspot.com) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Riding Panico --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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