Gabriel Bertozzi Alfaro, better known by his stage name Gabriel Brasco, is a young Costa Rican music producer and multi-instrumentalist. As a child, he starts learning how to play the guitar, inspired by his favorite band, Nirvana. Years later, Gabriel started studying sound engineering and music production, so as learning other musical instruments, with the purpose of being able to create his own personal musical project. In the beginning, he started doing music by calling himself "Galfazzi", pursuing influences based on his roots. In this period of time, Gabriel released his first EP album, "Black Cat" (which is only available on YouTube). After a while, he changes his artistic name to "Gabriel Brasco", leaving behind the old name... This is when he decides to experiment with other types of musical textures, ending up having a sort of "Lo-fi Psych Pop" kind of aesthetic, by doing psychedelic stuff, mixed up with lo-fi indie pop. In January 19, 2018 he releases his first LP album, "Bittersweet", recorded on Gabriel's old record label, "Blueberry Pie Records" Recently on September 11, 2020 he released his second LP album, "Nowhere Boy", under his new label name "6A Studio", with a special collaboration from the artist, Tony Marí, on one of the songs.
Fun fact for synthmaniacs and audio nerds: Nowhere Boy's musical textures were created with a classic Yamaha DX7 synthesizer and the TAL-U-NO-LX plug-in (JUNO-60 synthesizer simulator) SEE ALL MUSIC (HERE)