Monoscopes return with their second full-length Endcyclopedia, which is released through Big Black Car records.
Listen to the album here:
Founding member Paolo Mioni shares his thoughts:
“Endcyclopedia should be read like an old poem, as it starts with an invocation to the muse and ends with the dive into madness, and eventual death, of the protagonist. The journey includes tales of loss and redemption, certainty and doubt, a flood and a suicide attempt. We tried to provide the music to go with all this, going from psychedelic noise rides to skewed power pop, through all points in between.”
Monoscopes were formed in 2016 by Paolo Mioni. After that, he quickly gathered some veterans of the North-East indie scene to complete the band. Paolo Mioni is a multi-instrumentalist from Padua. The new album precedes the band’s debut record Painkillers and Wine.
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