21 - Piazza Montefeltro
VEEBLE shows are a unique and spontaneous experience, just like the band itself. These artists are charming and fiery, as only poets and street performers can be. Their music eludes normal genre classifications, offering an explosive combination of styles that seamlessly span gypsy and tropicalism, through dub psychedelia and hip hop. It is like climbing a roller coaster of sounds and emotions, sweeping you up and involving you to the core, making you dance with your legs and sing with your soul.
Veeblefetzer formed in 2012 and have achieved a number of significant milestones over the years. In 2015 they released the album "No Magic No Bullet," followed in 2018 by their participation in the compilation "Istituto Italiano di Cumbia Vol.2" curated by Davide Toffolo of Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti. In 2019 they released the album "More" under the Goodfellas label, which contains some tracks from the soundtrack of the film "The Prophecy of the Armadillo," based on Zerocalcare's best seller. Their music and performances have attracted the attention of numerous media and well-known personalities. Fiorello hosted them in his Edicola Fiore, Vincenzo Mollica mentioned them in Rai Uno's "Do Re Ciak Gulp" column, and Radio2's Caterpillar wanted them during Sinigallia's Caterraduno.
Their stage presence is explosive, like few Italian bands, and they had the opportunity to collaborate with Roy Paci and share the stage with Gogol Bordello. But the true essence of Veeblefetzer can be felt during their concerts, where their overwhelming and engaging energy comes to life.
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