Fading records is glad to announce the long-awaited first full-length album by the Italian band FEM (Forza Elettro Motrice), "Sulla Bolla Di Sapone". After their debut EP ("Epsilon", 2012), FEM reaches its full maturity with a concept, a tale of imagination and… symphonic prog-rock at its best. Their music starting from the classic 70s Italian Prog (PFM, Le Orme and above all Banco del Mutuo Soccorso) moves toward new and adventurous directions. The sound is rich of influences (progressive, fusion, classical music) but nevertheless distinctive, deeply introspective and emotional. The outstanding performance of the new singer, Massimo Sabbatini, emphasizes even more the above-mentioned features of the band. "Sulla Bolla Di Sapone" ("On The Soap Bubble") is based from a story by the German writer Kurd Lasswitz.
In this playful, mischievous look at the creative process, Danish auteur Lars von Trier challenges his mentor Jørgen Leth to remake Leth’s influential 1967 short "The Perfect Human" five times, with each remake having a von Trier-imposed restriction.
Jean Gesner Henry (May 10, 1925 - January 29, 1998), popularly known as Coupé Cloué, was a Haïtian singer, guitarist, and bandleader. He was known for defining a style of Haïtian compas music he called kompa mamba, and for the sometimes bawdy innuendo used in his songs. During his career, he was one of Haïti's most prominent musicians, and found much success in West Africa as well…..