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WINNER OF WEEK 132 alternative music:

Fat Moon by Jontom

It's late night in Rome. Students and workers are waiting to start another day, dreaming on their pillows while the solitaire buzz of a computer in a dark city flat pushes Jontoms melodies to life: nocturnal sounds, remote desires of a teenager covered by daytime shyness, and an abnormal vision of rock music in a one-way street.

Luca Jontom Tomassini was born in Rome, Italy at the dawn of the videogame era. It was 1979 and those glitchy sounds he heard were to feature in the music he was to create, even at the age of five. Ten years worth of hard disks and classical piano lessons later, while the Grunge era was falling asleep, he sent his passionate melodies over the web, earning the attention of electronic music lovers worldwide. Entrancing guitars, computerized moods, soundscapes of minimalism and oriental moods make up a Jontom environment.

Jontom uses a Pentium4, Intel 2800 with 1Gb of RAM, and plenty of VST plug-ins to create a sonic environment that is mysterious and sincere. His sounds rise from a warm Scholze piano, an acoustic guitar, a Washburn electric guitar and noises from everyday's life, then are electronically stretched and twisted to create music that is slick, spacious and alternative.

The first idea Luca thought of was to melt his high-school nickname Jonathan and his surname Tomassini into an artist name: Jontom. His name suddendly popped up worldwide through his awarded multimedia creations, loops and complex tracks. The second idea was to melt his rock roots and child roots, the wildness of grunge era and mathematical sounds of computers.

Obviously he can't stop : it would be going against his own nature. Hes actually working on several soundtracks for theatrical productions to be shown all over Italy and assembling an EP made of 3 authentic, brand new Jontom master pieces.

You or Nothing At All was released on March 2003 over the web. It is a collection of songs featured on several music sites and mp3 players all over the planet. You can get your copy at www.cdbaby.com/jontom or through the Jontom official website at www.jontom.net


Winner of
the 13:th Final

Signs are Everywhere
by Jenny Bruce
and Noel Cohen

Bruce's work has been recognized with numerous songwriting awards from Billboard to John Lennon while her recordings have been placed in multiple network TV shows as well as in several acclaimed independent films.

Noel Cohen has had songs recorded by the Late Great Phyllis Hyman, elektra artist Vitamin C on her Platinum selling debut, indie rocker Ivy Markaity on her National records
releases and English pop diva Lara Nahum.


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