“…but your other point about youth culture’s music being in the hands of capitalists and record companies, is slightly out of touch with of what’s actually happening. For five-hundred dollars you can buy a cd-r burner, bands do this!… and most youth cultural music is now put out in addictions in under a thousand pressings, and really the corporate middle man of all been gone around, and the big record corporations are not at all in touch with real tastes and real creativity in the music business. They recycle garbage that they support with massive public relations programs, at the same time that real creativity is alive and well, and thriving on a ‘fractalized’ micro scale that goes right around the desires of mass consumerism.”
While growing up and figuring out the laws of this reality, I was filled with education, social structures and concepts, just like you. Everything became different for me when I started learning my first instrument, electric guitar. I realised there was one thing I could change and somehow have control of, the sound. I understood that I could organize sounds anyway I wanted to match them with an emotion or just for purely recreation. Society calls this ‘making music’.
Here is where this website appears, tiagorosado.net is the space where I’m storing some of this music. You’re welcome to listen, download, and share it with whoever you feel like.