Progressive, psychedelic, funky: all this and much more! Glincolti is an instrumental quintet born in 2007 that combines passion and alchemy. The founders are the drummer Roberts Colbertaldo, the guitarist Alessandro Tedesco and the bassist Andrea Zardo. Soon the guitarist Federico Jek Jacono join the band, giving a more sophisticated sound. First tracks are melodic instrumental pieces, full of expressiveness, able to brilliantly replace vocals. Glincolti recorded their 1st album between spring and summer 2009, the title is "Visti & Imprevisti" and in 2010 it has been released by Go Down Records. At the end of 2010 a 5th member join the group. He is Alessandro Brunetta, a versatile musician skilled on several instruments: he juggles saxophone, clarinet, harmonica and keyboards. A lover of rhythm & blues and funk rock, Brunetta gives to the band a warmer and more harmonious touch. In 2011 Federico Jek Jacono left the project, replaced by the guitarist Alberto Piccolo. He's a multi-talented blues musician and he knows how to give to the sound an even more melodic and authentic color. At the beginning of 2012 Glincolti recorded their 2nd album at the Go Down Studio in Savignano sul Rubicone, featuring Enrico Gabrielli (Calibro 35, Mariposa, Afterhours) as very special guest. The title bears the name of the band, "Glincolti". Between 2013 and 2014 Alessandro Tedesco and Alessandro Brunetta left the band to follow their new paths. Anyway the project is still alive and kicking. Roberts' pressing rhytmics, Andrea's incisive riffs and Alberto's furious and hypnotic guitar have composed a new album in 2016, titled "Ad Occhi Aperti".  


Roberts Colbertaldo | drums
Andrea Zardo | bass
Alberto Piccolo | guitar, slide guitar
Alex Donazzan | guitar
Alessandro Brunetta | sax, keyboards



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