Italian film composers have written some of cinema’s most iconic musical themes—most famously Ennio Morricone “spaghetti western” film scores. Calibro 35 is a funk band from Italy that dedicates itself to reimagining soundtracks from a different kind of Italian genre film: 1970s gangster flicks. Back in the day, film studios commissioned "library music," which was reusable, stock music for films. Today, those Italian library records are the most highly-sought after discs for deep funk music collectors. That’s the crowd that appreciates Calibro 35 and its hard-hitting, if mildly kitschy, grooves. “Calling All Units to Broccolino” is only to be listened to while wearing a suit and dark sunglasses, or, alternatively, in the middle of a high-speed car chase.