X-man's musical project- Sunyata- is rooted in his first musical experiences in Ecuador- his first band (Noisy Matters) performed extensively and appeared on various radio and TV shows, as well as won a top-20's best national bands' contest (2002, Radio Latina). X-man's vocals can be described as a mixture of Kurt Cobain's screaming and Scott Stapp's melodious tones (Creed's former singer). In 2004 Xavier moves to Montreal, and continues his musical project by teaming up with new musicians, under the name of Sunyata. His travels, university studies (Philosophy, Literature) and explorations inspire him to write new songs. Weather in English, Spanish or French, the new compositions remain true to Xavier's alternative style, with deep yet catchy lyrics (which he writes as well). The lyrics deal with energy, illusion, dreams, time, etc. After performing in many venues in Montreal (concerts, jams, open-mics), Xavier and his band start recording their first professional EP, in fall 2006. The result, "Kosmic Mantra", is released by Psychedelia Productions in January 2007. The featured songs: I don't know, Dirt, Antisocial (in Spanish) and When you're gone got into the top 10 of Internet sites such as Soundclick, Underground Records, NumberOneMusic and Songtiger. "Kosmic Mantra" is now being played on radio stations and podcasts in Canada, US and the UK. Sunyata has had several radio interviews and spot light shows in Montreal radios (CINQ 102.3 FM, CHOQ FM, CJLO). Presently, the band is working on the pre-production for their first album and continuing jamming in local Montreal clubs while participating in other cities and numerous festivals. Sunyata's list of future projects includes recording their first album, touring across Canada and the US, and making their first video clip.