Loneload is a one girl heartland rock / metal / electronic / post punk Creative Commons project.
"Love would never work" was released on October the 15th 2010, under Creative Commons license BY-NC-ND 3.0. Just how it was conceived. An artistic decision: making early music, delivering good songs without following a genre, just close to the mood, free of any commercial purpose.
The second album called "Steam punk" is meant to be a groovy breakthrough in the underground, in the realms of science, technology, romance, ideals.
"Steam punk" was recorded between August and December 2011 at BuzzOff studios (in Cassino, Italy), produced by Loneload and Antonio Tronca and mastered in Miami by Anthony Tari (Perversion69) in January 2012.
All tracks by Loneload except "Free software song", which was originally written by Richard Stallman (the pioneer of the Free software movement) and "Can Can", composed by Jacques Offenbach in 1858.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE http://loneload.altervista.org LINE UP Loneload : lead and backing vocals, rhytmn and lead guitars, midi programming.
DISCOGRAPHY Love would never work (2010) Steam punk (2012)
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Okay, maybe energetic punk is not my favourite genre in the first place, but still.. I find this album falling short of the fist-pumping reckless abandon I think you were going for.
What bothers me most is the overly "quantized" feeling, especially the drums seem too machine-like. The singing is quite suitable for the style, although I find it gets tiring to my ears after while. Synth and guitar sound okay to me. :) Especially the beginning on track #2 The screen sounds very promising. I think that's the standout track on this album, the others are a bit all over the place.