Canadian/American Industrial designer/recording artist ROGOV, and former frontman of 80s-era rockers ARKITEX, releases' TOURIST,' his fourth Album.
RENAISSANCE MEN & WOMEN
There was a time when a creative person was considered to have a hand in all arts and sciences, even if that person's focus was in an isolated area. Renaissance Men and Women developed from their ideas and the notion that talent in one discipline means you are inspired and can function in many.
Over time, artists got themselves pigeonholed. Musicians are musicians, designers are designers, engineers, are engineers, and never the twain shall drift from their thing. But, thanks to the internet, things have changed, and Industrial designer/recording artist Vladymir Rogov remains at the forefront of this thinking.
Rogov's fourth Album is a return collaboration with Canadian LA-based Producer Stacy Heydon (former lead guitarist for David Bowie, & Gold/Platinum-selling producer (Teenage Head, Long John Baldry, Sheriff)).
Tourist' marks Rogov's return to Canada from a 36-year hiatus in California and aims to the heart of translation with his four most-significant life and relationship insights.
About the songs:
Mistakes are Beautiful — Hear how Rogov counts the good times by his mistakes.
Dancing Girls — This upbeat cancel-culture reawakening comments on our obsessive indulgence in sensual immersions.
Love is a Killer — "It's a pandemic; you can't argue with a fatal disease," Warns Rogov.
Smokin' a Cigar — Rogov examines with sang-froid the reconciliation of a relationship.