The Indie Song of the Day is coming from Quarry aka Vittorio Tolomeo.
The Indie Song of the Day is coming from Quarry aka Vittorio Tolomeo. Quarry released his new album, Super Arcade last month. The album was recorded in a warehouse filled with old pinball machines and arcade games where Tolomeo installed a recording studio.
The song we’re featuring from the Quarry is called “Everything And Its Opposite.”
“For a musician, a place to make music is a continuous journey in unexplored galaxies, it’s freedom, it’s shelter,” explains Quarry. “Making the record in such a strange place was necessary to stop time and detach myself from the unnecessary things of this age. I realized that I wanted to express the value of awkwardness. When I think about the invasion of bloggers of nothingness, talent shows, false myths and ephemeral notoriety, I get comfortable with being out of place and out of time.”
On most of the songs on Quarry’s new album he played all the instruments. Next, he’s returning to the stage to perform with his band all across Europe in the Spring and the U.S. in the Summer.