ROCKERILLA – Aprile 2014

Tenedle, Florentine musician, stationed in Holland, is the perfect prototype of the singer of the third millennium and his typical postmodern approach, with use of musical quotations and a world of grim, ironic and detached lyrics make him the ideal singer of these days. Tenedle uses a refined and aristocratic form of pop song with outcrops of multiple references, by David Sylvian to Franco Battiato, the dark eighties, combined with a feeling that we would not hesitate to define “lennoniana”. Vulcano, the fifth album of the tenedliana’s epic, even in continuity with his past works shows more strong expressive even more consolidated and refined. Songs for insane times. by Antonello Cresti

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