Today I’m here to give you a brand new song. It’s called “Wings” and it’s about the story of Icarus. It’s a sort of prologue to the beginning of My Terminal And The Trip. Back in 2011 I released my rookie album called “Behind The Black Curtain”, and the other title I thought of for the album was “Icarus’ Revenge”. Now Icarus lives in this song. However, there are few references to “The Twelve Tasks of Asterix”.
This is a sort of re-post of something that I had in another blog that I’m about to delete. I’m posting it here because I think it’s an interesting story/rant/whatever. The original date is 22nd March 2016, I edited something though. Enjoy!
Yesterday morning I experienced something both frustrating which eventually turned into satisfaction. It’s a very common thing amongst home-studio-heads, and when it happens I relearn this lesson that I unlearn every-single-time. Continue reading A Lesson and Some Song Titles
Nights like this are super helpful to remember why I love music so much. Music speaks, talks to you. It’s a diary of emotions, a photo album of a specific time of your life, whether it’s music you wrote or somebody else’s.
Tonight I’m listening to this song
“Black Heart” is a song originally written by my friend Gerardo Konte although its original name was “Kuorenero”, more or less the Italian translation. I was the bassist of The Nine Tears during that time and Gerardo was (and still is) the keyboard player. Continue reading I Remember Everything.
Hello everyone in the year 200X. This is Carlo from the year 2016.
It’s August, which means it’s Summer which means it’s hot. Before I turn this post into an unusual combination of nerdy quotes and grumpy weather talk, let me say that I’m alive in all the sense you want to interpret this.
First, a couple of days ago I had a car crash. Pretty bad actually, but since I’m typing this you can guess I’m fine. I am in one piece. It’s just a bit uncomfortable having an orthopedic collar during the Summer and I can’t drive – also because my car is pretty screwed up and will need a lot of work and time to fix it. However, I’m writing this only because there’s a reason with what follows. It’s all connected. Continue reading A Weird Project In The Summer Past Ferragosto
STAGE\ONE, my compilation/best of is out. You can access to it here or by clicking the front cover below
I spent last weekend in Isernia, in the region of Molise. It’s a nice, tiny city in the middle of mountains in Central-Southern Italy. My place to stay was in Pesche, a small town just 3km (1.8 miles) outside Isernia. It’s an outstanding area full of mountains, nature, green, trees, silence, peace and everything you can imagine when you long for a weekend of total relax and disconnection from the world. Continue reading Technology, Nature & Writing Songs