Producer/musician Arturo Banbini shares the visuals for the led track “The Hateful Banbini” off his new Beat Tape. The project makes use of various samples from 70s Western Spaghetti movies and Italian Composers like Piero Piccioni, Riz Ortolani, and Morricone himself. The track “The Hateful Banbini”  is as cinematic as they come and it’s ripe with somber strings, anthemic horns spliced with those gripping voice overs to complete the job.

The video for the track makes use of clips from the 1968 movie The Great Silence by Sergio Corbucci. He adds that every song from the EP will come with short video/low-budget production based on 70`s Italian B-movies.

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