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Live Review: Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane @ State Theatre, Sydney – 17.01.12

24 Jan

Mike Patton's Mondo Cane - Live Review just published our review of Mike Patton’s Mondo Cane at Sydney’s State Theatre on January 17, 2012 – supported by Melbourne’s Anthony Patreas. Check out the full review by CLICKING HERE or on the image.

…Mike Patton needs no introduction. His history with bands like Faith No More and Mr Bungle has virtually made him a household name. His other projects such as Fantomas, Tomahawk and Peeping Tom have further secured his reputation as an uncompromising, twisted and true pioneering genius…

Read the entire review by CLICKING HERE or on the image above.

CD Review: Mike Patton – Mondo Cane

31 May have just published my review of Mike Patton’s latest solo album, Mono Cane – a wonderful romp through ’60s classic cinematic, lounge-style tunes all sung in Italian.

Excerpt: The prolific Mike Patton returns with a project unlike any that have come before it. Sung entirely in Italian, the album ‘Mondo Cane’ features a 40-piece orchestra, choir and band. Listeners have had hints of Patton’s multi-lingual abilities in the last, such as tunes found on earlier Faith No More releases. However, ‘Mondo Cane’ sees the twisted genius using his talents to pay homage to other songwriters, including his beloved Morricone, who penned the track ‘Deep Down’. 

Click the link or the album cover for the full review: CLICK HERE