Tempelhof / Inspirations / Influences
With a great collaboration with the mighty Gigi Masin released on Hell Yeah! and a equally great 12 poised for release on Aficionado, we asked Italian duo Tempelhof to list some of the music that has, or is, influencing them.
Area / Return from Workuta
What a beautiful country had to be Italy in 1978… The Italian way to be Progressive.
Rei Harakami / Remain
Really miss this amazing artist, inspiring like few others.
Funky Family / Funky Is On
That’s the way we dance! Italo funk from the ’80s.
Tortoise / Ten-Day Interval
A classic from the Post-Rock era. Outsiders and magnificent.
Hatchback / Orinoco Waltz
One of the latest big discoveries. Epic record!
Gigi Masin / The Word Love
How much we love this man… Gigi Masin at his best.
Mina / It’s Your Move
She’s Mina, an icon across the genres.
Alessandro Alessandroni / Transizione
Cinematic Krautrock from Alessandro Alessandroni, aka “The Morricone Whistle”.
Neil Young / On The Beach
Driving toward the next city, always on the radio. Probably one of the best record covers ever.
The Alan Parsons Project / Nucleus
Landscapes from a synthesis pioneer.