Desastro? Not Quite!!!

Due to the lack of time I’m still lingering in, I’m just gonna copy Deastro‘s MySpace-description here. Lazy or not, his songs are really worth listening to, so you better do so! 🙂

Randolph Chabot Jr. started to make electronic music when he was 13 at his home in Sterling Heights, MI. He finished his first album that year despite the ecstatic, aural trauma it caused his mother. He studied youth development in college with the intent of becoming a social worker, dropping out to pursue music full time. He formed an electro band called Veleciraptor, which inspired the ideas for his current synthesized projects: Our Brother the Megazord and Deastro, which try to blur the lines between electronic and acoustic music. All the music is made in Randolph’s basement with the help of alot of sampled children’s toys and synthesizers. Deastro’s “the Young Planets” and Our Brother the Megazord’s “Time the Teenage Twister” are set to be released as a 34 song double disc in July of 2007. He is currently working on songs for his acoustic project Jr. Jr. and the new Deastro album entitled “Dark Diamond.”

Free downloads via purevolume:
Deastro – Michael The Lone Archer From The North Shore
Deastro – Conundrum (MP3)
Deastro – The Green Harbor (MP3)
Deastro – The Old And The Treacherous (MP3)

Find another great song, Shaded Forests, on Moroccan Role Blog.

And once again, thanks to J.A. for the tipp! 🙂


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