The Italian band Three Second Kiss
(Sergio Carlini on guitar, Massimo Mosca on bass and vocals,
Lorenzo Fortini on drums)
devoted For Pain Relief (Lollypop, 1996)
to free-form noise-rock, somewhere between
Slint, Fugazi and Old Time Relijun.
Without reneging on this manifesto,
the live in the studio Everyday Everyman (Wide, 1998) was surprisingly
melodic and cohesive.
The trio reached a mature balance between innovation and structure with the
four jams, recorded live in the studio, of the EP Focal Point (Slowdime, 1999), particularly the
claustrophobic Smoke Made My Eyes Water.
But Music Out Of Music (Slowdime, 2003) seemed to recycle post-rock
stereotypes without verve or imagination.
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