Unsigned but looking for a new home, hard worker, dedicated, and willing! open to collab, always learning!
To everyone that is following me, I appreciate you so much, you're the reason I continue and improve, in my attempts to even make you smile, tap your feet, or give you ideas for future kinds of music. Thank you!
Started playing the guitar from the young year of 10, and although I never forgot my roots, I moved on to more and more experimental instruments, technology improved, DAW's became more home professional use, powerful, and I now incorporate my guitar into every single track, but the tones and sound is digitized to sound like other instruments.. but shh I didn't tell you that.
I reorganize electronic noises, occasionally throwing my soul into the works.
I would call myself a struggling artist, a composer of electronic chocolate, where it would be hectic and busy on the top, with a flat underside, and a chewy center?. I have no idea how to word this, I just hope that one day i can turn this what started as a slight hobby, into a one-day career choice even, I don't expect stardom, I'm not good enough for that yet.
I aim to be better, have music as a 24-hour dream, motivation is hard especially when you're a solo act, but everything I do, is on my own, from patches, composition, playing, mixing, mastering, the whole 9 yards, so it's tough sometimes, but the end result is always worth it, especially if someone else likes it too :)
I actually went through life hating electronic dance music ( i know right?, and boy did my opinions and tastes change later on ). I played the guitar for a number of years, and I don't know whether it was my own natural evolution, or a push from my brothers constantly blowing my eardrums out with electronic pop music, but I slowly started to gravitate towards a more equipment based music, i wanted to attempt to emulate those i were listening to. Depeche mode, Erasure, New order, and the increasing thirst to learn, but due to their being so much demand, i never took anything past the hobby phase. There are millions of potential artists, the competition if hard, and i'm not competing.
I used to be a choir boy, i've acted, i've played the guitar and sang, but with my new style and new techniques and skills? no, I think the closest i've got was a few BBC radio interviews, and i've still to combat my demons that show in the form of stage fright.
I don't really have influences, but i suppose i could put Klaypex since they were the first dance music i heard on youtube that wasn't mainstream ( at the time at least ), i could put the usual suspects, but i attempt to be myself, i don't want to emulate anyone, i want my own musical identity.
My trusty PC, Ableton live 10, Ableton push, Novation Triton, Korg, Line 6 UX2, AT2020 XLR mic, a million different VST's, 8 string Ibanez makes a wicked bass line, multi FX pedals, i could go on and on as to what i use, but it's all pretty basic stuff thrown through fx and filters.
I can't call myself professional, I won't be in competition with anyone else due to my peaceful and pacifistic attitude, but ... I will push myself as far as I can, I'm just not one of those people that believes I'm better than anyone. I'm open, I have a big heart and a thirst to learn, I'm trying to dig myself out of the situations and life I was tossed into. Life gave me lemons, I just don't have the complete ingredients to make lemonade yet :) Have a blessed life !