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02/12/13 @ 01:42 PM post a comment
Cypher video featuring Galvanized-tron with some of Omaha's dopest emcees. Watch!!!!!
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Galvanized Tron Experience
Why this name?
In 1996 I was going by Galvatron and MadaDraw suggested I ride with Galvanized-tron. Stuck with it.
Do you play live?
Some of the venues we have performed at includes Sokol Underground, Shea Rileys, The Observatory, The Manhattan Club, 120 Blond, The Goofyfoot, The Triangle Bar, Tooters, The Roxbury Club, The Boxcart and many other spots.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It makes music more accessible, the industry is money driven so roadblocks are starting to take shape and form. But the internet has opened the door for people who are financially set to make a campaign on paper. Exposure is key and the internet opens up the doors to networking that were once closed a decade ago.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Yes, but I would prefer an endorsement deal of some type. A person can really get burned on record deals especially if you can't meet the expectations that will be put in place.
Galvanzed-tron starting freestyling in 1991 down in Jacksonville, Florida. Moved to Omaha in and started Tha Darkside in 1993 with 4 other brothers. Got off of the gansta tip and started The Noose in 1194 with MadaDraw which eventually became 79. While in college in Highland, KS The Executive Commitee was found in 1997. Included members from Chicago, Oakland, Detroit and Atchison. Collaborated with many local emcees and producers.
It all comes naturally really, for the most part my situation on ground influences me. My true inspiration is just road I have paved thus far. Many lows and few highs, well lots of being high but still grounded. I strive to make my stamp on my generation. There have been a lot of great people on this earth and there are still many great people here and hopefully more to come. I wanted to make my family and city proud, show them and the world that we a people, all nationalities, have minds that are in use. And that hip hop still lives, albeit in Omaha, it's still a sign of life.
Vail, Colorado, I like Jacksonville and Omaha as well. Real chill in Lawrence, Atchison, Topeka, Witchita Kansas. Highland wasnt that chill bro. Memorable though. Had a great time in Norfolk, VA. Cocoa Beach. I dont have one favorite spot. But to be honest I havent left the city in years so maybe home is where the heart is.... Mang.
M-Audio Keystation, Session, Sound Forge 6.0e, Acid 6.0. Garageband. Ion Drum machine. Yamaha Keyboard, Yamaha 8 track, General Microphone. Pro Tools.
I just speak my mind. I have an appreciation for all genres of music. I like to touch base, break ground. Hip Hop is being steered into the wrong direction. Lot of obstacles when there were so many possibilities. I represent that light at the end of the tunnel. ONE