Should you ever be compelled to go and get my first EP, just a particular song from it or even stream them wherever you stream stuff, here’s a quick way to get you there, wherever “there” is:
This might come as a shock to the millions that silently and in a creepily passive way have followed this project, but it was unavoidable: 230 is dead. It probably was from the start, like a delayed period you decided to name without even having a test first.
230 was a clumsy attempt at pulling a Dave Grohl on myself, making my own delusional inner asshole of a child believe I had a band, so that I wouldn’t feel ashamed of publishing my music. It was either that or the fact that I kept expecting to form a band to then play these songs while skipping the hideous “let’s think of a name” days. I’ve been there way too many times before, nothing good ever comes up, just like 230 wasn’t good, at all.
So yeah, here I am, embracing loneliness like I should have, becoming Professor Chaos.
An instrumental collaboration with RetoricaUY. She’s the shit. Check out her work on IG @retoricauy, or click: https://www.instagram.com/retoricauy/
Colaboración instrumental con RetoricaUY. Un despelote la loca. Visiten su trabajo en IG @RetoricaUY, o haciendo click en: https://www.instagram.com/retoricauy/
I’m paraphrasing/translating, but the point is I spend most of my time babbling my random nonsense and then just like nothing, you come across awesome people that can spew lines like these as if they were farting in the wind.
Ismael Sposito is exactly that kind of people, and when he’s not speaking in awesome, he’s making great music, eclectic, insanely original music.
Anyway, dude’s got an album, the first of a couple hundred I assume, by the way he’s constantly in the pursuit of new noises to make. It’s called “A Través” and everyone and their mother should check it out on his Soundcloud or pay him a visit on his YouTube channel.
Oh and by the way, I’m featured on track 4!
The empty spot. Literally, screaming at the walls. They had it coming.
Now here’s a complicated one… this song was a mess to put out!
Not much to add here.