2009 – 2010. I studied MA Music and Creative Economy.
It was an internationally renowned university and it offered a specific course that no other university did.
Mmm… better not answer this one!
Of course. I've been back to see some old friend still living in the area, play some gigs, record some music and have meetings with people from the music industry.
I'm Italian, so if we create bonds, we try our best to keep them alive like plants. Sometimes though, I don't have the green thumb and forget to call or write... but that's because I'm from northern Italy.
I was already into music when I first started at Kingston Uni, and I am sticking to that as much as I can. KU gave me some good tools to craft my "creative geometries", whenever I'm running out of inspiration.
The last thing that happened to me… I just had a song, 'Island', played on Gilles Peterson's Musical Vitamins on BBC6, his Worldwide 60 on InterFM Tokyo, and somewhere else... It's been pretty rewarding and it has given my artistic life here in Berlin, new stamina and boost.
Do what you want, not what they want.
Some of the kinky birthday presents I received yesterday!
Gig on Friday, gig on Saturday, love on Sunday.
Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore, Nobel Prize winner and one of India's most revered poet.
I guess I would get CCTV on London's Trafalgar Square or Berlin's Hermannplatz.
Garlic. It's a body thermal regulator, natural antibiotic, aphrodisiac, strengthener and it goes really well on bruschetta.
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