Six For A Fiver
She Likes Pubs
Pick Me Up
Fool Of Me
She's The One
Love Of Mine
The Girl I Like
Pissinboy was originally Andrea Pirovano's solo project (guitar & vocals), and became a band in november 2007 when Tel (bass) and Graham Mushnik (drums) joined Piro.
Based in Hackney, London, Pissinboy started up sounding quite dirty and low-fi, with elements of American folk, garage, British bored-punk...
After being a duet for 2 years - the EP "Always Find You" only features Piro and Graham -, the band is now a 3-piece again with Juste Akiss on 2nd guitar.
Integrating whiffs of 60's psychedelic pop and garage and to a rather British punk base,
their first Long Player "Emily" will be released in February 2012 on the French independent label Larsen Recordz.
These days, Pissinboy goes a bit 'banana', pouring exotic grooves into Piro's latest compositions.
Review by Sophie Jacobs:
Artists-cum-musicians can be a pretty hit or miss thing. For every Throbbing Gristle there are a hell of a lot of Yoko Onos. Thankfully Pissinboy, the musical arm of Italian artist Andrea Pirovano’s creative endeavours, is actually pretty damn good. The group, which began back in 2007 as the solo project of singer/guitarist Pirovano (or Piro for short), now features Graham Mushnik on drums and Juste Akiss on second guitar.
Based in Stoke Newington, the three-piece make lo-fi fuzz-pop, and kind of sound like a mariachi band who have discovered the joys of garage rock. Piro’s songs are endearingly simple, as are his lyrics, which concern everyday things like the colour of his tracksuit as he runs through Hackney Marshes. There is something really charming about Pissinboy’s music, which owes as much to the lo-fi naivety of Daniel Johnston as it does to '60s garage bands.