Originally recorded in 2012 in Brooklyn during
the sessions for their third studio album Any
Resemblance, Dalla Bovisa a Brooklyn (literally
'from Milan's district Bovisa to Brooklyn') came
out in that same year as a limited edition 10".
The EP contained an original comic by Italian
gurus Gianfranco Enrietto and Marco Philopat
that tells, between reality and fiction, the
experience of Calibro 35 in the Big Apple.
Rapidly gone out of stock, the original copies
are rare to find and change hands for big money
amongst record collectors and Calibro fans.
Following the re-release of the first 3 Calibro 35
studio albums, now also Dalla Bovisa A
Brooklyn sees the light again on the superior
12" format that includes a restored colored
version of the original 16 pages comic. From the
opening "Broccolino funk" to the last track, the
6 minutes of the afro-funk winner "Bushwick,
Nigeria", on the six tracks on the EP the band
sounds as groovy as ever, serving another
funk-filled journey, full of fuzz guitars, distorted
organs and brooding bass lines.