A group of kids bursts unexpectedly into a shopping center, they run around together, knock down some things, make noises. The situation goes wild, but just for a while, then - as if everything were only game - they vanish and leave.
If that shopping center was our mind, this music would burst in amplifying a controlled chaos. A collision of forces, the randomness of detail. There's no control, but there's a plan: energy moves around with freedom, speed and motion. Organic and artificial patterns unfold and die out in a single movement. Objects such as cans, bones and old toys blend with synthetic plastic. Frenzied frequencies take control of our senses generating involuntary movements, just like the primitive impulse which produced them. Through telepathic alchemy, from flat to flat, magic appears administrated inside a large imaginary city.
Julián Galay. Berlin, May 2020.
Lucas Totino was born and lives in Buenos Aires. He was a member of the audiovisual collective Pornois. He is a member of several music projects under different names. Rolezinhos is his project dedicated to different approaches to electronic music, working with randomness, synthesis and digital processing of acoustic instruments.