Death Pony Express is the opening track on Toronto’s R10T’s Digital R10T EP, and what listeners will immediately take from this track is that vocals are not required when attempting to tell a story. The rich narrative that is weaved through samples/arrangements in unparalleled. Hints of Plastikman, Prodigy, and “Pretty Hate Machine”-era Nine Inch Nails represent the bedrock upon which R10T creates his music. The dynamic sound of this opening salvo will have listeners on the edges of their seats. While some of the sections of Death Pony Express seemingly come from left field, the deft hand of R10T here makes the resulting effort cohesive as all get out. Continue reading “R10T – Digital R10T EP”
Hello, R10T. In a few sentences can you provide our readers some information regarding your musical background and career so far?
Before R10T, I formed a band with two other people who were looking for a guitarist for a metal core band. The music was probably a lot more closer to progressive metal. Before that I was more a bedroom musician and getting my early start in music production. 2 years of my life went into that band, we got the rest of the members in, I begin churning out riffs and melodies and the others helped to integrate the arrangements. Continue reading “R10T Interview”