Friends! Old chums.. members of my extended (borgata) famia.. friends of friends.. vague acquaintances.. business partners..
You'd better check out my brand new official music video of Señorita Bunita.
(No pressure.. just want you to know that I have a tommygun, as you can see in the music video...).
I wanted to let you know that I'm a gangsta now. As you can see, I am armed and considered dangerously smooth.
I expect to be spending a lot more time with teh señoritas, so I might not be able to make it to our bowling-evening next week.
She's here. Just press the play button in the player. iPad users, and other platform-users that do not support Flash,
please click on the
Soundcloud play button underneath.
If you want to support my quest to popularize renewable energy, please let people know about my website and/or
buy this solar powered song through BandCamp:
Señorita Bunita on BandCamp. (It costs less than
one cup of coffee, but lasts a lot longer!).
Episode 2 of my new series Time For A Break will be out soon. I'm just working on some finishing touches.
And then you will be able to watch yet another Caribbean adventure taking place in and around my
Life of a musician in the studio is a lot of blood, sweat and tears...well..mostly sweat, actually.
Anyway, every now and then, I need a break. And you, sitting behind your desk, are entitled to one, too.
(Look it up, it's in your Collective Labour Agreement).
I only have to get up and take a look out of the windows of
my tropical recording studio to get some relaxation. In Time For A Break you -too- can see
what's going on in and outside my solar studio in the Caribbean. Check out the very first episode called Iguana.
I am working on a new youtube series called Time For A Break. When I am busy in my
and in need of a break, I only have to look outside the windows of the Green Machine to find some entertainment.
The first episode 'Iguana' will soon officially be released, so that you can check out the things that happen
in and around a solar studio in the Caribbean as well!
When visiting New York City the music video of Turtuga Blanku's I See Stars was shot.
It was pretty cold, but Times Square is a well suited location to go with the
lyrics of I See Stars. All editting and post-production took place in the warm, sunny Caribbean, using
only solar power.
I did two radio interviews on Radio Limpi, which is a live radio program that is put together in parallel
-and broadcasted simultaneously- by two radio stations. You can find one of the interviews here
(select '10 december Tusnara Rincon', interview starting at 15:28):
Additionally, the song
Golden Bubble got some nice airplay on both BonFM and MegaFM.
In the aftermath of the planes hitting the WTC in New York, the entire US fleet was grounded for
three days. This resulted in immediate and dramatic changes in the weather. The change in
temperature range during those days was