Last year, when my birthday approached, I recorded four unreleased songs in my home studio. Their raw, warm, imperfect sound wouldn't have fit the vast musical offer of the well-known digital platforms out there. It wasn't either "commercial" nor "competitive" music. But I liked those songs. They were very personal and they sincerely portrayed my hopes and struggles. It would have been a pity to keep them locked in one of the many digital drawers where I store my crazy experiments.
So I said: "Let's think…Read more