Many listeners of Zerothreetwo Conversations will know my tendency to lean towards my music background when it comes to interviewing artists. Music used to be a huge part of my creative life, and the podcast is an excuse to talk to current musicians.
The first time I really got a chance to see Vincent Eco play live was during a Listening Room performance hosted 22 Tango Records. The experience was surreal. I couldn’t help myself and talked to the person beside me, “It’s so good… But so fucking depressing!” And I mean that in the most positive way possible. Good music along with good art has the ability to make you feel.
In this episode, we talked about Vincent Eco’s performing and writing on stage, music he listens to, and where he came from. Particularly interesting to me was where he came from. It’s not often we get to listen to something truly good and different at the same time. His music is out at a time when many artists have gone the computer music route, while he is able to hold his own with a simple wooden guitar.
I wonder if this is only the beginning. I wonder if this album is just the start of big things to come. Here’s hoping to see more from Vincent Eco in the future.
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Music is Piano March by Audionautix.