Shouts And Whispers Has Arrived!

"Shouts And Whispers" is now available digitally and physically worldwide! Visit arihest.bandcamp.com to check out the album as well as Ari's other albums.
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  • SANTI

    SANTI ESPAÑA

    DECIRTE QUE ME HA GUSTADO MUCHO TU ULTIMO DISCO. DOY LAS GRACIAS A NOISETRADE POR SER EL ENLACE ENTRE TU MUSICA Y YO, A SIDO UN GRAN DESCUBRIMIENTO PARA MY MUSICALMENTE HABLANDO. GRACIAS POR TU MUSICA.

    DECIRTE QUE ME HA GUSTADO MUCHO TU ULTIMO DISCO. DOY LAS GRACIAS A NOISETRADE POR SER EL ENLACE ENTRE TU MUSICA Y YO, A SIDO UN GRAN DESCUBRIMIENTO PARA MY MUSICALMENTE HABLANDO.
    GRACIAS POR TU MUSICA.

  • Ferran Mallorca

    Ferran Mallorca Mallorca Illes Baleras

    Gràcies Ari per la teva música! Molta Sort !

    Gràcies Ari per la teva música!
    Molta Sort !

  • No Spanish

    No Spanish Near Understanding

    Is that really Spanish? Or is it like Pig Latin - only in Spanish ...? You know - a covert language stated to maintain secrecy. Or maybe it is code that states something secret. If you look it up- some of the words - you actually find it on the internet? I don't think those are true - what kind of 'hack' dictionaries are these? What is the difference between Spain Spanish and Latin American Spanish? Do all Mexicans speak alike? "Per" translated is actually 'Latin'. "Tu" is "you" ... look "ultimo" you get latest ... therefore "you latest disco". I don't know - that sounds like a compliment. But when you match it with "noisetrade" further down, that may not be so. It does say "gracias" (thank you) but that may be deceiving. You could overhear a conversation where someone says "gracias" a few times, with words in between. For instance: "Gracias! Blah blah - gracias etc. Gracias!" And you think this person is being profoundly thanked, when in fact the other person is saying: Thank you for reminding me what an idiot you are! Thank you, I was stupid. Okay, that doesn't sound like a good conversation. One of those words the dictionary said was 'to have' ... I have a "D" in Spanish. Maybe that is an exaggeration - that last semester was a terrible trip - and it has always been "tener". I think. Maybe that's why I didn't do well-ish. Would have settled for the 'ish'. What is "querer"? These words get mixed up depending on intent - semantic. I think. Hey though - look how many different ways you can say to tell: http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/decir Someone to tell - get it? It's a joke. Sounds very different in Spanish. No hablo espanol is me.

    Is that really Spanish? Or is it like Pig Latin - only in Spanish ...? You know - a covert language stated to maintain secrecy. Or maybe it is code that states something secret. If you look it up- some of the words - you actually find it on the internet? I don't think those are true - what kind of 'hack' dictionaries are these? What is the difference between Spain Spanish and Latin American Spanish? Do all Mexicans speak alike? "Per" translated is actually 'Latin'. "Tu" is "you" ... look "ultimo" you get latest ... therefore "you latest disco". I don't know - that sounds like a compliment. But when you match it with "noisetrade" further down, that may not be so. It does say "gracias" (thank you) but that may be deceiving. You could overhear a conversation where someone says "gracias" a few times, with words in between. For instance: "Gracias! Blah blah - gracias etc. Gracias!" And you think this person is being profoundly thanked, when in fact the other person is saying: Thank you for reminding me what an idiot you are! Thank you, I was stupid. Okay, that doesn't sound like a good conversation. One of those words the dictionary said was 'to have' ... I have a "D" in Spanish. Maybe that is an exaggeration - that last semester was a terrible trip - and it has always been "tener". I think. Maybe that's why I didn't do well-ish. Would have settled for the 'ish'. What is "querer"? These words get mixed up depending on intent - semantic. I think. Hey though - look how many different ways you can say to tell: http://www.spanishdict.com/conjugate/decir

    Someone to tell - get it? It's a joke. Sounds very different in Spanish.

    No hablo espanol is me.

  • Patsy J. Moore

    Patsy J. Moore IL

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