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Friday, 12 April 2013 04:38

Malta: Bletchley Park Track Accompanies New Book

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Alternative rock is a music genre which has rarely been exhibited within the local music scene but has somewhat been revived in recent years thanks to Bletchley Park. A four member band, made up of three males and a female and all of which play a pivotal role in the actual formation of the sound. Gianluca Pulvirenti and Mario Saliba are the guitar players, Trevor Kissaun is the bassist and Deborah Borg Brincat who plays the keyboard and also provides sultry vocals on each track. In 2012, Paul Powell and Howard Keith worked together to help produce, mix and master the debut album of the group, the one entitled My Body Fighting which was nominated for Best Album at this years' edition of the Malta Music Awards. This was not the only nomination for the group, garnering a mention in the Best Band Award as well as Best Song Award, the latter being for their debut single, Tight Red Dress.

The mindset in terms of sound has somewhat been divulged by the band when making their first album but nevertheless, they aim to stay fresh and look towards the future. The support for their debut studio album was overwhelming from both fans and critics alike and that is always an important element, especially for a group or a solo artist that is just starting out. The alternative scene might pave the way for some intriguing projects and as a matter of fact, one of the tracks on the album, bearing the name Fingers on my Face which clocks in at 4:32 has just been selected to accompany the promotional campaign of a brand new book entitled Malta's Red Light District - Strait Street, Valletta. We would like you to stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest news from the local music scene whilst also having a listen to the track just below.

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