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September 28, 2009

back from England!

it was a pretty intense last couple of weeks, but fun nonetheless.

as you might have heard, i spent the last month playing keys for Muse: their keyboard player, Morgan, was having a baby and needed to take a break, so i was called in…it was great to be able to play with them and everyone was very cool.

I ended up playing a show in Paris (beautiful venue!), Berlin, NYC (for the VMAs) and a few TV shows (Taratata in france, and Jools Holland in the UK).

Jetlag is at an all time high…which is why i decided to get back to making music right away…this is what’s on the menu for the near future:

new modwheelmood

more blindoldfreak recordings: a new album should be ready and out by the end of the year.

for now, you can take a listen to a few of the first recordings i made on the 200e here


more updates, more regularly. ok, yes!




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  1. That makes me very happy :)
    Looking forward to the new 200e record! And modwheelmood… :)

  2. [...] is a collection of Alessandro Cortini’s BlindOldFreak Buchla 200e modular synthesizer [...]

  3. Oooh, I’m thrilled to know you and 200e will be back for more! It’s awesome that you’ve played for Muse, they became one of my fave bands a couple of months ago hahaha. Take care!

  4. [...] is a collection of Alessandro Cortini’s BlindOldFreak Buchla 200e modular synthesizer [...]

  5. I guess…Muse actually READ that message I sent them at myspace about you. LOL
    You’re such a great guy Ally. Take care. <3 Francesca

  6. It was very confusing seeing you in Muse twitterpics. Can’t wait to hear the new things.

  7. muse is such a great band!
    wanted to see you play with them…

  8. “more updates, more regularly. ok, yes!”

  9. i don’t know what happened to regular updates but hopefully “2″ will be out before years end. Ethier way i look forward to hearing new stuff.

  10. oh ma allora? stò nuovo ep?

  11. hoooo yeaah

    fine fine

  12. oèèèèèèèè, sto nuovo èpppppppppiiiì?

  13. You’re right, I didn’t stick around for more than 30 min of his set. It smeeed as if it was going to continue on the same way the whole time, but now I feel bad I didn’t persevere through the challenging performance. Thanks for filling me in. That’ll teach me for leaving early- it’s something I rarely do unless I’m really put off by a set.

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