By Carlos Meraz
One of the authorized and respected voices to speak of the cosmos, that of the American astronomer and scientist Carl Sagan, warned: “If we are alone in the universe, it would surely be a terrible waste of space”, and that is that travel beyond our planet and hypothetical intelligent lives outside of Earth have always been big questions for humanity.
In 2021, a space odyssey aboard a sonic ship, identified as ZTVZ and manned by a Puerto Rican duo – made up of brothers Carlos Andrés and Diego Estévez – takes science and music to another dimension with the release of their latest single Pam Pam, prior to the release of a conceptual and futuristic first album.
“It is a trip off Earth and back to the planet, like the one recently made by magnates Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos, but without spending millions of dollars, you just have to close your eyes and let yourself be carried away by weightlessness,” he said. Diego.
TO INFINITY AND BEYOND
The Puerto Rican consanguineous dumbbell ZTVZ completed their academic degrees at the baccalaureate and master’s level in the field of theoretical physics, at the College of Mayagüez and the Río Piedras Campus, making valuable contributions to NASA research, becoming a kind of scientists musicals.
Pam Pam It is a last trip with Latin influences and eighties pop with psychedelic atmospheres.
“The theme is the last chapter in the history of the album, which will be released in October. The album focuses on the memory of a distant love on this planet, which manifests itself in the character of Job; ZTVZ leaves Earth in 1984 and thousands of years pass as its mission heads to Alpha Centauri B, in a state of hibernation. As humanity completely merges with technology and will eventually rediscover its ability to feel emotions through music ”, explained Carlos Andrés.