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  • Pashmak on Internazionale!

    “It offers a complex production of sound filigree: an electro-acoustic twist of sinuosities and edges [...] Never less than interesting"

    July 1, 2015
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    New album out the 2nd of June

    May 21, 2014
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    New video available on Youtube

    May 8, 2014
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    The new video of Particles will be out on September 2015, stay tuned!

    May 7, 2014

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    Pashmak in Persian means “like wool”. It is the name of an Iranian candy, similar in texture to a fabric or a hair lock. Its making is long and complex, but in an instant it melts in the mouth releasing a sweet taste.

    Pashmak is a band hailing from Milan, composed by young members (born in 1992 and 1993, with the exception of a 1984-born) whose current formation originates in the spring of 2013, after two EPs acclaimed by both public and critics ( Magnetic Knife Strip, released in 2012, and Desquamation, released in the first months of 2013).

    Their sound is powerful and ever-changing, freely but confidently shifting through electronica, art-rock, indie and folk, studded by wide and diverse influences, exactly like the origins of the band members: one of Iranian descent (lead singer Damon Arabsolgar), one of U.S. descent (Giuliano Pascoe), and two Southern Italians hailing from Sicily (Martin Nicastro) and Lucania (Antonio Polidoro), plus also an original Milanese (Stefano Fiori).

    “Let the Water Flow”, Pashmak’s first full-length LP, has been widely hailed in Italy as an impressive work of original music, achieving several positive articles from a number of specialized magazines and newspapers.

    To further emphasize the multicultural concept behind their music, Pashmak presented “Let the water flow” in Germany in Leipzig and Berlin, playing a show in the German capital’s famous Neue Heimat in

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