Monday, June 18, 2012


The last time I caught up with Resistor, he had just released a remake of Lana Del Rey's "Video Games". The song was received very well, and since then he has been hard at work putting out new material (much of which I missed due to my minor hiatus of Audio Splash). Finally I'm able to update all you fine folk on his newest contribution to the musicsphere, a track entitled "Vincent van Gogh".  In it he sings about "the myth of meritocracy and the pain of being an artist without an audience", subject matter which I'm sure is relatable to a lot of aspiring musicians.  His message, as well as his delivery, is very interesting, where he plays on the humor of possible posthumous success, saying that he might as well "give it a try".  It's sarcastic, but it's entertaining and gets the point across. He also mentions that he's "sick of the boring undignified slog, hoping to see my name on some dumb blog".....ouchhh.  Of course, the "dumb blog" he's referring to isn't Audio Splash at all.  No way.  Anywho, you can download the new track here on SoundCloud, and in the meantime you can stream "Vincent van Gogh" below.  Peace homies.

 Vincent van Gogh by resistorsings

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