Release Date 07/22/2007
Although Ceschi Ramos has been recording and releasing music for nearly a decade, his unique compositions have remained largely unheard. Some may know Ceschi for his experimental post-psych-rock-hop-jazz-fusion outfit "Anonymous Inc.", a group formed by Ceschi and his brother David in 1994 that came into recognition in 2001 because of genre bending collaborations with underground hip hop rule breakers such as Circus of "The Shape Shifters", Dose and Sole of Anticon.Others may know Ceschi as a member of "Toca", a Los Angeles based group whose lineup includes Xololanxinxo (Of Mexican Descent) and longtime Shape Shifters collaborator Tommy V - Toca is mainly known for a standout debut appearance on 2005's "Project Blowed 10 year anniversary album" and for their collaborations with some of LA's finest rappers including Aceyalone and Mikah 9 (Freestyle Fellowship), Abstract Rude, 2Mex (Of Mexican Descent/Visionaries), Busdriver, Awol One and many others. Fans of hardcore, punk and metal may recognize Ceschi's distinct vocal abilities from his role as a lead vocalist in "Dead By Wednesday" who released their critically acclaimed 2005 album "Democracy is Dead" on Jamey Jasta's (Hatebreed/MTV2's Headbanger's Ball) Stillborn Records and have already toured the United States. On top of all of this, Ceschi has a promising solo career jump started by the 2004 Beyond Space Entertainment release of "Fake Flowers", an album that some consider to be a "rare accomplishment in hip hop"(ugsmag.com) and "one of the most beautiful releases of " (movemusics.com). On his 2006 Net31 Records release, "They Hate Francisco False", Ramos merges Beatles-esque melodies over crunk drums, heartfelt hip hop, folk ditties, unpretentious poetry and overall honesty. These decidedly genre-less pieces retain a fluidity that feels completely natural and unfeigned. Erasoul.com stated that Ceschi's latest album is "One of those albums you just have to hear. Words could not credit the talents of Ceschi, whether it's rapping, singing, or composing." Fresh off of a series of performances with K Records' artist Little Wings, with a Japanese version of "They Hate Francisco False" being released and a nationwide tour in the works for Toca, 2006 may just be the year for Ceschi's music to be heard.