The trio from Ancona plays a mixture of Garage, Punkrock and Blues - all in American style, with the finest Lo-Fi sound. Wild like the Sonics, loud like the White Stripes and with the power-pop vibe of the 60s.
The Gentlemens start with the roots, take the Garage Blues as a springboard and absorb all influences of Rock'n'Roll. Raw but incredibly catchy, their sound covers a wider range than one might think.
Fittingly, The Gentlemens opened for The Oblivians and Jon Spencer & The Hitmakers. They have already toured through Switzerland, Germany, France and Spain.
Their new album "Triage" was recorded and mixed by Gianluca Turrini (Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, One Dimensional Man) and Matt Bordin (Mojomatics, Squadra Omega).
"It's a 100 miles per hour joy ride in a stolen convertible with a body in the trunk."
- Thee Psychedelicatessen
“The Gentlemens play noisy punk blues. Really good, noisy punk blues. They’re a trio (two guitars and drums) and they sound huge. The absence of bass is not a problem.
Paolo Fioretti is the sole vocalist (he sings in English) and guitarist who also punches in synth and keyboards. His guitar tone is warm and chunky. Not too much chicken scratching here; the man can play. His amico Giordano Baldoni is no slouch, either. They don’t re-invent the form, they work within it and avoid cliches.”
- I-94 Bar
Booking contact: Martha