daevid loyza(oso el roto)
II. Name of completed projects, projects under way, and what you play:
Under way :
1400 points de sutures
squelette de georges
oso et les léopards du vin rouge ,
,jesus de dos,
,bite anus 750 ,
les patates radioactives
les ochmoneqs ,
giorgio porgio ,
chichi y los putos del orto
,H P ,
les fréres d épinay
veau negro ,
the porno fuck off,
ufo or die
fat worm of error
and looooads are missing
IV. What motivates you?:
I really don’t know
I think that, for me, the music is a medium which helps me a lot to be sociable and makes my brain sane; it’s a politicotherapeutic act
And also the more I learn about music the more I learn about the world. And the more I feel good and sometimes I can help some people with little things.
V. Friend bands:
crack und ultra eczema
cheb samir and the black soul of leviathan
manuel j grotesque
le club des chats
VI. What’s your music like from a political point of view:
I think it has something to do with dull anarchist gatherings but also with something more sexual.
It’s trying to find another path which functions but not intellectually because with the intellect you lose the taste of things.
VII. Is the tomato a fruit or a vegetable?
A fruit, sometimes I eat the tomato like an apple
Banjo keyboard electric guitar drums bass singing trumpet anything that falls into my hands everything is an instrument
IX. What particular quality would you give to the sound that you like?
It should sound like a recording of children who play at recording a fake radio [show].
X. What period of history has been a significant catalyst for the birth or development of the music you make?
heuuuuu uuummm I don’t know, there are lots
When I was 14 in Chile with a friend who is a Beatles fan we wanted to form the most surreal group in the world, like “I am the walrus”
When I was 19 I met Manuel with whom I made most of my music
When I was 22 JF Pichard showed us how to organize a tour and concerts and then millions more gatherings…
XI. How do you combine your visual aesthetic with the aural?
I make the aesthetic, there should be some sense in it, because the same person is making the visual as the aural. It should be something that feeds the imagination.
XII. What do you think about the production and edition of records in Argentina?
I know very little about how record [production] works in Argentina. But what I really like are the CDs of MP3s that they sell in the train stations. In Europe everyone should do that.
XIII. Which was the most popular pop song in the year you were born?
It was 1977 so it should be “Anarchy in the UK”, I imagine, I don’t know, something by Elvis who died that year, I think
XIV. Where is a musical group in Argentina heading, which doesn’t enjoy the same open medias and opportunities like those of, for example, Europe, the United States?
“Open medias” is a lie to chop off the balls of the Leftists.
The rich are equally as lost in the confusion of art as the poor.
The strength of the rich is the diabolic cleanliness.
The strenth of the poor is the sacred dirtiness.
The good music is stronger than all of that shit.
XV. Describe the best concert you´ve seen in your life.
It was in St Malo in Brittany walking in the streets of that city that I accindentally found the concert.
There were two Eskimo girls with a French 8 year old girl and the three of them were singing breathing chants that were very very very very very strange and truly the most beautiful thing I have seen in my life.