Tickets zu The three blind mice Ulm
The Three Blind Mice are an alternative italian band that was formed in Milano in 2010 by singer-guitarist Manuele Scalia. Influenced by dark blues, surf music and spaghetti western, with a strong post-punk background, The Three Blind Mice released their first studio work in 2010. A black’n’roll, hard-boiled style, self-titled EP showcased in London at legendary club “Hope & Anchor”, followed by their first European tour.
In 2011 they went to Berlin to record their first full-length album Early Morning Scum. The band choose the Schaltraum Studio at the Funkhaus, the former headquarters of the GDR’s radio, located in an industrial area by the Spree river which used to be part of East Berlin. "Early Morning Scum" combines sonic explosions of spacey guitars, retro sounds and a fascination for dark Americana and Southern Gothic themes.
Between 2011 and 2014 they played as supporters of international artists such as The Jim Jones Revue, Lydia Lunch and Gallon Drunk’s Big Sexy Noise, The Saints, Alexander Hacke and Danielle De Picciotto (Einsturzende Neubauten/Crime & The City Solution), Tex Perkins (Beasts of Bourbon), Hugo Race (ex Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds), Kid Congo Powers (ex Cramps, Gun Club, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds), Slim Cessna’s Auto Club.
At the same time, singer Manuele Scalia started to live between Milano and Berlin. He established important contacts with the local scene and began to write new songs with a different, more intimate and personal perspective.
In 2015 The Three Blind Mice returned to Schaltraum Studio in Berlin for the recording sessions of a new album.
Produced by SWANS member Kristof Hahn, "The Chosen One" sums up the band’s universe of american deserts, southern swamps, and the grey skies of Europe.
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"Early Morning Scum" confirms The Three Blind Mice as Milan's premier Rain Dogs & Bad Seeds!!”
Terry Edwards (Gallon Drunk/Big Sexy Noise)
"Their music is bearing the stigmates of the american bluedark, urban feeling, coming from the 80’s Berlin scene. A taste of
melancholy emerging from loud power songs and incomparables melodic ballads.”