Three-piece Pacino combine indie rock, post rock and punk vocals on Půl litru země, dubbed one of the most distinctive Czech releases of the year.
Pacino are a three-piece guitar band from Orlová in Silesia who on Půl litru země produce a compelling mix of driving 1990s-style indie and post-rock, all topped off with punky vocals. Alternative station Radio Wave have described the debut LP from the group – comprising regional scene veterans Radomír Szajter, Jakub Lasota and Tomáš Veliký – as one of the most distinctive domestic releases of 2017.
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