Notes From Underground
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Notes From Underground

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It is always nice to hera music from all parts of the world. Specially when it comes down to a jewel such as Notes From Underground who with their song GAME deliver one of the best that we have ever published in our compilations. - SYNTHETICS MAGAZINE

"Notes From Underground - Promo review"

An oddity, being a three track Industrial promo, from a fairly enigmatic quarter. They’re in negative on the sleeve but they have names, do Pumuki, Guigher, MdA and Greco, and they’re from Spain.

‘Game’ is well creepy. They’re singing in English and you get to hear them promising someone a spectacularly sordid time, like an unhinged serial perv who is tricking someone into coming along to satisfy his friends as well. Musically it’s so spruce it has that evil, sour but fluid soundtrack sensibility and it’s cruel, crude, and dynamic. ‘Greed’ swivels grittily with a musical emphasis where the first rotated on a vocal spit. You can see why they’re more rock based than Industrial, the synth bleeping mildly behind the coarse riffing and there’s a weird cascade in the middle then an abrupt, nervy end. ‘War’ is more metallic in its percussion and with a seething dance spurt. It’s very up in its shuttling around and bound to claw at heads in clubs.

It is a bold sound that’s very well executed. Not my sort of thing, but you club types, what are you like? - Mick Mercer


2008- Self titled promo CD
2009- Crossing the Rubicon



To make a long story short… Paolo Greco, former member and producer of Ecodalia’s Time Has Told album wrote and produced the songs for what was to become eventually NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND way before the band itself was formed. Once the music was conceived, the band starts to take shape in 2007 giving NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND the necessary stage presence. Yet every single detail, whether it be creative or technical, is carefully and deliberately carried out still under his supervision.

Unlike so many other productions in this vein of so-called Industrial Rock or Electronic Rock, NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND’s tracks are not built merely upon a mediocre beat, a monotonous guitar riff and some yelled lyrics added to the recipe. NOT AT ALL! These are Songs (yes, with a capital letter) that have a lot of ear-candy: killer verses and real catchy choruses (why not?), simple structures with hooks and gimmicks left and right, and a production that given its quality must have surely been conceived to have international appeal.

Oh man, and what a feast of remixes…!!! And as if the original tracks were not enough to satiate your appetite and quench your thirst, no less than eight remixes have been commissioned for this outstanding debut album. This puts NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND on the same menu with bands like Die Krupps, Das Ich, KMFDM, Front Line Assembly, Faith & The Muse, The Fair Sex, or Icon of Coil. Make no mistake, NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND deliver the goods.

The album title “Crossing the Rubicon” is a metaphor for deliberately passing a point of no return, especially when a business of risky consequences is at stake. This portrays precisely where NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND stand at present. The journey has began — only victory awaits to be fought for, at the other end of the Rubicon river.