Spontaneous Music. Complete improvisation. No pre-composed material.
Project K-Paz is a musical collective specializing in Spontaneous Music: 100% pure improvisation.
They create music in the moment, which is the sum of the musicians present. Musicians from around
the world gather with the goal of creating something special and unique. A mixture of genres, styles
and musical cultures that erupts into this representation of art at its best.
The band started in 2009 in Boston, from inside Berklee College of Music, where Álvaro Kapaz (guitar)
and Pablo Eluchans (drums) met and went to school together, along with Josh Fobare, the bandʼs first
keyboard player. Their debut album Nothing to Something, recorded at Avatar Studios (today Power
Station), was released later that year, and in 2010 they moved to NYC, where Adam Ahuja (keys) joined
the band. Through the years theyʼve had several bass players in their formation, such as Laurent
Salzard (France), Reuben Cainer (England), Juha Pöysä (Finland), Alex Hayes (US), and Gustavo
Santos (Brazil). After a trio adventure on their last record, Post-something (2018), the low frequency
seat got an amazing new addition: Akos Forgacs, originally from Serbia, now living in NYC.
Ghost X represents their second release with Infinity Gritty, as well as the second album recorded at
their now NYC home-base Pinch Recording, with their long-time friend and collaborator E Scott
Lindner at the helm. Scott has taken on a more involved role on this record, besides tracking and
mixing, he is also wearing the Executive Producer hat, and helping realize the band’s vision. Their
musicality has been evolving continuously, and Akos’ presence certainly added new flavors. But the
purpose of the music remains the same: to stay true to the art that is Spontaneous Music, creating only
the purest, most emotionally driven music, which is just the most simple and direct sum of its parts: the
The name of the record, Ghost X, and of the individual tracks as well, comes from an interpretation of
the sounds that were created, and it inevitably reflects a mixture of the reality of every musician
involved, as well as the situation of the world around us. The record was tracked pre-pandemic, when
the world seemed to be consumed by technological relationships and tensions were on the rise. And
the future remains uncertain. More and more, technology seems to be playing a larger role in our lives
as we progress into a post-chaotic new order, where the balance between all aspects of our lives are
This musical journey reflects how we as humans choose to deal with solitude, confinement, uncertainty,
and ultimately how technology is the ghost that risks supplanting the human aspect of humanity.
All of that, is reflected in the music that was performed that day, in a way that only Spontaneous Music
can deliver. Ghost X.