Jay Allen Sanford 8:01 p.m., March 3
Sound description: Analog experimental electronic beat tunes, aka the Nortec sound.
RIYL: Panoptica, Fussible, the Nortec sound
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- Website · July 18, 2007
Inception: San Diego, 1988
Current Status: Playing and recording.
Influences: Panoptica, Fussible, Lisle Ellis, Donkey, Cosmologic, Gunther's Grass, Marcelo Radulovich, Hans Fiellestad, Marcos Fernandes, Bill Horist, Peter Brotzmann, Cross Border Trio, 2 Foot Yard, the Assholes, Thomas Dimuzio, Nathan Hubbard, Wormhole, the Nortec Collective, George Lewis, Le Quan Ninh, Mike Keneally, Ernesto Diaz-Infante, Rent Romus, Eric Glick Rieman, Michael Dessen, David Gould
Improvisational performer Bostich (real name Ramón Amezcua) uses Point Loma as an excuse for experiments with his collection of obscure analog synthesizers. He began his career in electronic music in 1988 with the release of two ambient electronic albums. He worked with Panoptica and Fussible to establish the Nortec sound, an original musical style blending the sounds of traditional instruments of Tijuana with electronic beats. The result of this collaboration was the tune "Polaris," an aggressively danceable track that fully represented the then newly created Nortec sound, which gained Bostich the nickname "The Godfather of Nortec."
Besides touring the world and providing quality dentistry, Ramon continues working on his first all-Nortec-style Bostich album, as well as recording for future Point Loma releases.