I like the MB track because it has balls, and it’s punchy. Perhaps with Makunochi Bento there’s an aroma of Martini, and if anyone knows something about the history and quality that is Martini then that cannot be a bad!!!!
Perhaps it’s easy to find a track of this kind, but not so easy to find a track of this kind with vocals, and that’s why it stood out for me. the song has attitude, bite; it’s like a strong drink with a kick of lemon. Makunouchi Bento deliver a movie screen full of audio that will wet your appetite.
But honestly it’s easy perhaps to find a track of this kind, but not so easy to find a track of this kind with vocals, and that’s why it shone for me, the song for me has an essence which really bites, like a drink with a kick and shot of lemon, Makunouchi Bento deliver a movie screen full of audio which can wet your appetite, well at least I hope it does, as it did mine!!!!
By the way I’ll have a Perfect Long Martini, hope to see you at the bar or at least living on movie screens.
Makunouchi Bento – Living in Movie Screens (Voice © The Me Band) angular, headstrong electronics, take the early Skam blueprint, distort it a little, and add a vocal. I actually picked the track because for me it’s rare to find a combo like this with a vocal that really works, normally vocals are absent or just simply not required. As for the beats, they are Jega esk, or primitive V/Snares, again another quality contribution for our CD/Album, and a rare find!
Double album tribute to Madrid, Spain to commemorate the anniversary of the bombings on 3.11.2004 (but released on March 13, 2005 to show their respect for a 3 day grieving period).
Track 03 (CD 1) written and produced by Felix Petrescu and Valentin Toma (Makunouchi Bento), Julien Neto aka Tao [, , ]; vocals by Mark Wilkinson (The ME Band ); mixed and mastered by Felix Petrescu and Valentin Toma (Makunouchi Bento)
Artwork by Javier Botet