Experimental: Domenico’s first solo album
Domenico Lancelotti, as his name might suggest, is a Renaissance artist. The composer/singer/drummer/visual artist resume includes partnerships with a laundry list of top Brazilian musicians: he played with Caetano Veloso and Quarteto em Cy, Fernanda Abreu and Adriana Calcanhotto. He also participated in the 90s rock band Mulheres Que Dizem Sim (Women Who Say Yes) and, later, at project +2, with Kassin and Moreno Veloso.
In a few days Domenico will release his first solo album, experimental “Cine Privê”, an homage to cult movies with lots of electronic influence. The songs are inspired by images of a few classic films, some of them by actor and director Hugo Carvana, one of the kings of pornochanchadas, the half-kitsch, half-cult erotic films that dominated Brazilian movie landscape in the 70s. In the album production, as we say in soccer slang, he “played in all positions”, composing, singing, designing the cover. Moreno Veloso, Caetano’s son, produced it.
Check one of the album title-song, “Cine Privê” (bonus: the artists incorporates Lady Gaga’s spirit and drives a vintage car surrounded of steaks at the port of Rio):Music