"My name is Eva.
I'm a traveller, a storyteller musician, a writer, a dreamer."
Hey fellows! I’m glad to see you that we’ve just had a cool meeting with our friend Elstump. With her help we’ve revised a new and ass-kicking screenplay. The coolest thing? You’re going to watch an original experimental short movie from the Gang in less than one month. Yikes!
So, there’s a very important task for you my friends. We really need you to support Mr.What’s 3d sounds experiments because we’re going to involve the latest holophonic sound techniques in our short. Man, it’s gonna be a lot of work!
Support the gang now! Look how we are cute while working!
A touching capture. To be an artist in Italy means you will not be able to afford a decent phone and a real notepad at the same time!
Btw, while we’re working hard I wish to share with you something that Mr.What has recently found. C’era Una Volta a Roma (Once Upon A Time In Rome… And no, it is not a coincidence) is a massive event promoted by Red Bull Music Academy. The juicy thing is that all-star musicians from all over the world had been directed to perform the music of the most awesome Italian cult movies. The event featured fresh and witty artists such as Musica Nuda, which we really love.
Fair enough for now. I will keep you up to date step-by-step my friends. See you soon!
After some difficult days finally we have some cool news! First of all, as Mr.What told you we are working on our personal “blogcast”, which will tell you our adventures and suggestions like we already do, but in a brand-new and colorful way. No more words about it, just wait for it because it’s gonna be legendary!
Second. Few days ago I’ve met a really cool musician from UK in the name of Jont…
Ladies and Gentlemen, our new friend Jont and his UNLIT project!
I can say it was a really interesting meeting since the man has got a really interesting music portfolio so far. For example one of his song has been featured in the famous series Grey’s Anatomy. But, even more interesting, that day Jont came to my university to tell us something about his personal - and really interesting - idea of music.(Yep, Design University is a bunch of fun sometimes)
Btw, good news are that I luckily happened to have a small camera with me and so I recorded all the interview for you. So, here we go!
Jont tells us about his UNLIT project. Amazing!
Eventually Jont told us about his CD sharing idea. It is very cool indeed and quite on the gang’s vibes. Music = freedom! Hopefully this idea will earn more followers time by time.
Jont tells us about his way of living.
A cool to promote your music
Another cool idea!
His ideas drove my thoughts to some of the bands we love. I can clearly remember how our meetings with people like Juke Baritone, Amanda Palmer, and Brian Viglione turned immediately from simple gigs to massive parties with no boundaries between the performers and their audience. We really recommend you to join one of those guys’ shows! I talked about it with Jont too.
The importance of a strong connection with your fan base
So dear fellows, this man has really nice ideas. We really suggest you to help him to arrange his next UNLIT, or maybe to join us for his next gig @ Kitchen Mon Amour here in Genova: Saturday (tonight!) the 12nd - 21:30!.
Anyway, our meeting with Jont was something more than an interview. He gave me a signed copy of his LP and he pleased the audience with two of his songs too. Juicy bonus!
Another World (“Supernatural”, 2008)
Another Door Closes (“Supernatural”, 2008)(and part of Grey’s Anatomy soundtrack!)
See you fellows