Innamorati: Italian term (no longer in common usage) to refer to the state of being 'in love'. It speaks of love not necessarily in the romantic sense, but in a more universal and profound way - the feeling of viewing a sunset from a lonely hill while the cold white snow glistens in the valleys below, the sight of stags fighting amongst the craggy mountain rocks, the feeling of satisfaction you experience when you see a really, really annoying person tripping upon the banana skin of their failed lives. All these feelings, and more, are manifest in the music of 'Innamorati'. Described as Gypsy Dub-Step by some, Eastern European Acoustic Electronic Glitch-Core Break-Beat post Drum and Bass Mania by others, and ‘that loud and trashy rubbish’ by slightly less forward-thinking people, this fresh new outfit is already raising eyebrows as far away as Latvia and Australia as it struggles to push the boundaries of what can be considered 'good taste' in a new century of broken dreams and jaded pallets. They are releasing music with Dub-Fetish records in Naples, and have a spot on the Generation Bass compilation CD for worldwide distribution. Recent undertakings include a gruelling and emotionally draining tour of Latvia, where they made their bones headlining the LABADABA festival, performing on the radio and playing many successful gigs in Riga. Forthcoming events include ‘Pulse’ Festival, Hampshire and the ‘Drop Beats not Bombs’ night in Birmingham, where they shall be playing alongside some of the most prominent names in the British Dub-step scene. These bright young sparks seem to be moving up awfully fast, and this is mainly due to the fact that the core members of the band, Alex Taylor (violin and composition) and Albert Seymour (programmed beats and production) are both seasoned masters of their trades. Alex holds a Bachelor of Music with Honours and is a natural master of gypsy improvisation, and Albert, having honed his production skills to perfection, now runs his own business teaching Ableton Live and has a client base that includes prominent DJ’s and industry professionals. To hear the music is to be transported to another place, not necessarily a better, or even healthy place, but a place where one can express the shadow and the light of one’s soul without fear of redress. A place where a man can hold his head up high and exclaim to the Heavens; "You may take my freedom, but you will never take.....MY GLITCHY BEATS AND WOBBLY BASS LINES!!!"