Several Times I Used to Die

Testimony of a shocking and deeply touching theatrical performance. The atmosphere is gloomy, nefarious. One has the fucking impression of no longer having oxygen in the lungs, of leaving this world. The colours are surprisingly warm, in perfect antithesis. What are we? Immersed in a uterine atmosphere, completely enveloped by a sea in constant motion, sticky: amniotic fluid. A microphone dropped in the middle, a … Continue reading Several Times I Used to Die

Is professionalism dead in contemporary music?

The question might seem trivial or, at least, reductive. In reality, I’m referring exclusively to those genres that pump with the sound of millions of streaming reproductions!.. on the well-known fastfood music platforms, which nowadays rule especially among those who really have time to listen it: young people. The backing tracks are all synthetics – it’s a fact – and, well that goes, they are … Continue reading Is professionalism dead in contemporary music?

THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD (ISN’T A JOKE)

The story of generals gathered in their masses is going on, but this time our character isn’t a stupid war pig, and he is not a general. He was Stanislav Petrov, a Soviet lieutenant colonel at the time of the late Cold War, when the frictions between USSR and the US was about to collapse, the nuclear collapse. A model soldier, planed in the Soviet Air Defence Forces, in the … Continue reading THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD (ISN’T A JOKE)