Monthly Archives: September 2014

I still care Richard, whether you do it or not…

My purpose here is not to write a review of Syro, Aphex Twin’s latest album, as there’s already way too much stuff on the web about it and I won’t be adding anything more useful or interesting. This is more like looking back on how this artist contributed to shaping and defining my musical tastes […]

Controversial Sportsmen vol I – Mario Balotelli

It took me a little longer than expected to write a new post here, I apologize for that. I also apologize for that utterly annoying display of sensitivity in my latest posts, I need to get back to football and regain comfort in a less vulnerable position. Today it’s time for Mario Balotelli, undoubtedly the most […]

turning love around

I’ve been listening to a lot of different music lately, I don’t like to categorize music by using labels but this way it gets easier to be understood, so, here we go: I went  from electronic to indie-rock, back to pop then to dub and then post-punk, some post-rock or hardcore punk, moving freely from […]

dream interpretation for dummies, chapter one: Marlon Brando

My subconscious generated a fine little dream last night, and that’s what I’m going to talk about today: There was me, my brother and one of my best friends sitting in a room with Marlon Brando playing a synthesizer. Not a generic synth, but one of the best digital synths Roland made during the 90’s, […]