New Music: MOINÈ – Closer To Me (Official Music Video)

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Moinè (Noemi Catapano) approached music at the age of 16 studying piano self-taught, then with time she switched to guitar, ukulele and synth. “Closer to me” is her first single, entirely self-produced and featured by interesting and quality sounds. Moinè presents an original live set, with fresh sounds and a style that combines classical, electronic, rock and pop music. At the age of 18, Noemi created Macca Band, female tribute group to the Beatles composed by 4 girls and the drummer Vincenzo Maccagnani (Sanremo 1979 with the Opera). After a tour of 10 concerts in Moscow, characterized by a mimic exhibition from russian artists who pretend to play instruments, lead by a light show. One of the members is Valeria Rossetti, polyhedral bass player who quickly will become inseparable for the band. Since 2015 she began collaborating with the producer Saver (selected by Charlie Charles and Sick Luke in a Nike contest and ex duo Extra Beat) to start working on unreleased music, with the first release in February 2016 named “I”m Sure “, when also the indie-rock guitarist Fabrizio Papa entered the band. Moinè reached the semifinal of Fiat Music Contest presented by Red Ronnie and Roxy Bar, to be held on November 12 at the Teatro Massimo of Siracusa, where he will officially present the new single “Closer To Me”. In this casting, artists of the new music era will be selected, who will participate in the forthcoming LIVE events of Fiat Music in the best Italian clubs together with great artists and special guests such as Tinturia, The Kolors, Lello Analfino, Elio e le Storie Tese, Alessio Bernabei, Omar Pedrini and many more.


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