Slow sex, heavy orgasms

Slow sex, heavy orgasms


Meet Bernardo Castellini Bichucher, 24 years old from Brazil.
“Until 2015, my life was all about classic rock. Of course that I had many eclectic playlists in my soundtrack, but I wouldn't argue: the best band in the world was (and still is) Pink Floyd. I always had that progressive rock inside of me. And then out of nothing I shifted. I started Slow sex, heavy orgasms back in 2015 to save the best music I was listening in that specific time of my life. I don't even remember how it was named. But it was a time (and still is) that I started listening to this kind of progressive electronic texture with a low-beat layered-synths electro-pop sweet-vocals music. I still don't know how to perfectly name it. While adding music and listening to it non-stop, a friend of mine told me that I was only listening to sex music. That's when I realized that the type of music i most enjoy listening for almost 4 years now, it's sex music.”


What is the soundtrack to your life?

Slow sex, heavy orgasm is the playlist I listen the most. But I listen to many styles. If I had to choose one? The dark side of the moon, by Pink Floyd. That album is crazy. The whole album is just one magnificent  ~50min song.

Favorite artist? 

Honne, definately Honne.

What is the best concert you have ever been to? 

That one is hard. David Gilmour (2015 tour), Roger Waters (2018 tour), Glass Animals (2016)... The main artists that I want to see live almost (or ever) don't come to Brazil

Do you play any instruments? If not, any you would love to learn?

Yes! Guitar (acoustic and eletric) since I was 10. I kind of play around with different instruments while recording shits on Garageband: bass, synths, keyboards, percussion...

Do you have a life slogan? 

Not really. "Life should have a live soundtrack. Everywhere"

What is the most annoying song in the world? 

Taste is like ass, everybody has it's own. Music depends of your taste...

What’s more important to you? Music; or Lyrics? Why? 

Music, for sure. When listening to songs, all i care is to feel that beat in my bones and that sweet, chilled and heavenly vocal in my brain. It's all about the rhythm.