Giuda, Bad Sex, Die Nasty


Die Nasty

Ages 21+
Giuda, Bad Sex, Die Nasty @ Highline, 8PM, Tue, 9/17/2019


Outer space has always seemed like a pleasing alternative to the relentless shitstorm of

planet Earth. As a result, rock ’n’ roll has regularly ventured into the stratosphere, often

with mind-bending results. In 2019, only one band can guarantee you a safe and

sensational intergalactic trip, with songs that will make your head vibrate like Woody

Allen’s Orgasmatron. Meet Giuda: Italy’s premier exponents of insanely infectious, glam-

tinged and gritty rock ’n’ roll. Formed in 2007, these lysergic power-pop warriors have a

decade of active service under their utility belts and a brand new album,


(Extravehicular Activity)

, which seals the band’s hard-earned triumph in the face of


“Before Giuda, our singer Tenda and I had a band called Taxi, which was strongly

influenced by the ’77 Punk scene,” explains guitarist Lorenzo. “In a tragic accident In

2007 we lost our drummer Francesco. The loss felt so significant, we decided to call it a

day as Taxi. Towards the end of the year, we found our energies were starting to renew.

We wanted to play again. At the time we had just discovered something that was

completely new to our ears. The relatively unknown sound of ‘junkshop glam’ had

entered our world. These new sounds had the same impact on me that punk music had,

many years before. A strong influence from this music crept into our songwriting and

our approach to the recording process. Consequently, a new project was born, the fruits

of which became Giuda’s first album,

Racey Roller

. The album was an unexpected minor

success, and because of that, from that day on, music has become our full-time job.”

Every last track on


. will lodge itself in your skull like some kind of miniaturised

robot invader. Giuda are a band with proud and persistent roots in the glory days of

garage rock and proto-metal, when bands wrote fistfuls of anthems before breakfast.

From fiery opener


and the throbbing spacebound strut of

Interplanetary Craft

through to

You’ve Got The Power

’s hazy AC/DC-isms and the scorched earth funky new

wave of

Cosmic Love


Ravers Rock

, Giuda’s fourth full-length album is an outright

celebration of balls-out, hook-drenched and wilfully eccentric abandon. Welcome shades

of everything from Cheap Trick and Big Star through to Devo and the Ramones collide

with some irresistible psychedelic embellishments and subtle bursts of sonic

strangeness. Simultaneously old school and as fresh and modern as can be,



simply the greatest rock’n’roll record you haven’t heard yet.

“Giuda is a modern band with its roots firmly planted in two musically revolutionary

decades, the ‘60s and the ‘70s,” says Lorenzo. “We’re not an analogue nerds, not

anymore at least! During our years in recording studios, we’ve gained considerable

experience and now we understand how important it is to get the best you can from

everything you have at your disposal. The end justifies the means! We can’t afford to

record an album at Abbey Road, so we have to make the most of is available to us. New

technologies and recording techniques, used in the right way, can really help. I think

our new LP perfectly reflects the essence of this band. It hopefully sounds fresh and new

even though we did employ some good old fashioned techniques like ‘vinyl cutting’, done

straight from tape!”

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Venue Information:
210 Broadway East
Seattle, WA, 98102