My first Homeboy Veronica album, Hostela Vista, was released one year ago (April 30) to great acclaim. And by acclaim, I mean that one guy in Dallas who reviewed it and said, “It’s okay.”

It was made entirely at home, all instruments and sounds were played or programmed by yours truly. I was inspired by David Gerrold, John Bourke, Frank Neill, Mark Rylance’s portrayal of Thomas Cromwell, Porcupine Tree, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Dave Brubeck, Arthur C. Clarke, the Devil who no longer likes to be shouted at, and especially my wife Ronnie who had to listen to ten slightly different versions of each song.

It’s available on iTunes, Amazon, SoundCloud, Spotify, and Bandcamp, where the artist gets to keep most of the profits.

You can stream it for free from all those locations (or in the player below), but I HIGHLY prefer you head over to Bandcamp, and, after streaming, purchase the lossless-quality download. THANK YOU!