The business community of Lowell, Massachusetts consists of an extensive textile industry, as well as the chemical and electronics industries. I do not know how extensive the music industry is, but I know that the talented band Sprzzatura is from Lowell. The track Tucson,
The album Sprezzatura was released some weeks ago, and Wax On states rather cryptically this, «illusorʎ rhʎthɯs, shriǝk.ing ɐbout damɐge-done // dɐmage receivved
mUsᴉc iɯbued w / ith magic, un + leashed ɐs a curse
please / ** be warned ** / ».The track III/Ho/Me,
1. Tucson (6:12)
2. I – February (2:13)
3. The Posthumous Order & Vestige Of Mother DeReckshin (4:28)
4. II – Calculated Carelessness (2:05)
5. Lacerating The Frenula (3:40)
6. Wolfsheets (6:48)
7. III – Ho_Me (1:52)
8. Regrets In Stereo (6:35)
Total Time 33:53
Luke Pelletier – guitar, vocals
Dan Cady – guitar, vocals
Nick Capezzuto – bass, synth, piano
Mike Colucci – drums
Jordan Collard – trumpet.
Wax On is a musical collective dedicated to using song as a release for cynicism, mania, and magic. Hailing from both Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Wax On’s sound blends odd-time signatures and infectious melodies to engineer an original, three-dimensional soundscape. Pensive and stinging lyrics riddle their ever-evolving atmosphere. The track I (February),
Since the 2018 release of Homework, their debut full-length record, the group has gained considerable traction along the East Coast. Their first tour, spanning from Lowell, MA to Richmond, VA in July 2019, along with performances opening up for Ripe and A Great Big Pile Of Leaves, have launched Wax On into a sphere of regional attention. In August, the group capitalized on their momentum with the August release of their latest single: Congratulations! (So, How Is That Band At the Glitterbox?).
Now, long overdue, Wax On has finally Sprezzatura was released through Dollhouse Lightning. The album was by Rob Duguay, South County Independent as «A plethora of musical variety present from start to finish», and by Troy Nicholson as «A sound that needs to be heard live…one of the most interesting bands Lowell has to offer». Alexis Den Boggende from Sound Of Boston states, «An innovative, forthright band that concocts gritty, intellectual and pensive subjects into complex art with a wide swathe of dynamics and a variety of different flavors».