Frank Bramble – Spaced Out [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Indie, Hip-Hop, Revolutionary

In Spaced Out you mix a melodic flow with an emo rap touch and a dream pop infused instrumental. Tell us a few things about it. What is the main idea behind it?

This combination has developed as a natural blend of the music I listen to, as well as the directions my emotions at the time took me. Something that a lot of modern song-writers are afraid of is letting the song take its own course, because its not what sells, they add elements because that fits them into the genre, not because it benefits the song. Yes, I probably do this too much, and yes it has been detrimental to the coverage of my music. However, I’ve found its allowed me to enjoy the song-writing and production process so much more, and it’s a spark I hope to never lose 🙂

Which is your most personal and honest lyric?

Well my most honest personal and honest lyric would most likely be written in songs that may never be released. But in my released songs, I’d have to say the chorus of a recent release “Fall to Flames (Feat. Hanwell and Kyle Horne)”. It goes “Oh, looking back on memories, nothing’ll ever be the same, I try to push my passion back, ‘cus it’s all gonna fall to flames”. These lyrics, while not exactly being specific embodies a lot of pain that I believe we’ve all experience. Saying this is like saying, I know that this situation is going to end up hurting you or I, so I’m going to hide the way I feel because I can’t cope with that pain again.

What do you enjoy most? Writing music or performing your music live?

Well, I have officially only performed live once! This was at an open mic and it was very scary and exciting at the same time, but I’d have to say the rush I get from writing music is unparralleled. Writing a song is like solving a puzzle that has no correct answer, it makes it extremely difficult, but equally satisfying to set yourself in a direction and let the track take its course.

What is the biggest challenge you have faced as an artist so far?

As an artist a continual battle is finding the exposure. But specifically I struggle to find my audience, I’ve been fighting for “Indie-Hop” to become an official genre, because at times I sit so tightly inbetween Indie and Hip-Hop that no playlist wants to take the risk!

Favorite music related film?

It has to be School of Rock, Jack Black was teaching kids to be in a Rock and Roll band, what’s not to love? A huge influence on my music tastes and my childhood!

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

There’s a lot to think about with this question, it feels like I’m subconciously answering this dishonestly but I was a chatterbox at school, as a result of this I’d get in trouble even if I was doing nothing wrong because they’d assume it was me. One time I was sat (admitedly bored) listening to my ICT teacher, and I dropped my pen. She started screaming at me, and my automatic response was to start shouting back, bad move I must admit aha. I was put in what they called isolation, where they put you in a completely blank room with nothing to do but your school work. Seems like a broken system to me, because I’ve left school but I still talk all the time!

Thank you!

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G.Pari$ – Computed Emotions [Interview]

Computed Emotions’ instrumental sounds very original indeed. Tell us a few things about your creative process. How many beats do you listen to before deciding to actually use one?

When it comes to picking beats I go by vibes. I have to love the beat as soon as I hear it that’s when I know that the song will be great. I usually just look up some beats and if I love it I use that one right then in there.

Where did you draw inspiration from?

From my every day life. I try to talk about what I’m dealing with at that moment in my music. That way it feels more authentic and that’s just my way of being honest.

What is the story behind your name?

To make a long story short I used to go by Goyard Marley I changed it to G.Pari$ because it just easier to say. it’s also very similar to my original. I just took the G from Goyard and changed the Marley to Pari$.

Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?

As for people that inspired me it would be my little brother first of all he really pushes me to become a better artist. Overall I just have a very supportive family and I’m blessed to have them. As for artists Kanye, Tyler the creator, Kendrick Lamar, J.Cole

Trap music came to rule the world, but at the moment the genre feels stagnant. What does the future hold for hip hop in general?

I feel like it’s just getting started. Things are going to change and fast. if you look around now a lot of the music scenes have changed over the past couple years and it’s only gonna grow. You may feel stagnant now but soon there’s going to be a big change.

When not writing music, how do you spend your time?

Working man. when I’m not making music I’m working. I work 12 hour shifts at a behavioral health center. so whenever I get a chance to create I take that chance. Most of my day is me working on something whether it’s music or at work

What would you say is your biggest vice?

I would say getting out of my head. I’m in my head a lot I’m learning how to deal with it and not second-guess myself. I’m growing to trust my intuition.

Thank you!

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ET – Savage [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Genuine, Kind, & Passionate

Tell us a few things about your new song Savage. What is the main idea behind it?

This song is pretty unlike anything I’ve ever written… I don’t usually do songs where I’m stating things like “I rap the meanest and hit the cleanest.” This song was written and recorded probably like two years ago but I kept it because there are moments where I feel really good about something musically I’ve done so I want to talk my shit. I don’t do it often but when I do it’s a really fun thing to create.

For which lyric you are most proud of?

The bar I like the most is definitely “I’m a bull no secret, bars I’ve exceed” and it’s first few lines for a reason. From the very beginning people have opinions especially when it comes to music and wanting to pursue it as a career. A lot of people maybe even family are going to ask you if this is really what you want to do with your life and maybe even tell you things that make you doubt yourself. Never let anyone else make you feel you are incapable because more often than not, you will exceed things even you didn’t thing you could surpass. I’ve done a lot of growing these past few years and see tremendous progress in the way I create, the quality of the production, & the way I vision my music career in the future. I will continuously break the barriers they say I can’t.

Do you think there is a true underground hip hop sound today?

Honestly, I don’t think there is one particular underground hip hop sound. There are so many artists who bring their own unique sound to the table and sure some sound similar but there’s still a hand full of musicians who are becoming masters of their craft. So many people sleep on the underground.

What does hip hop symbolize in your opinion?

Hip-hop culture is something that has inspired me from a young age. To express your opinions and emotions in your music and in your own way to share to the world is an amazing thing. To have the ability to write something I’m feeling and create something that another person can relate and possibly even feel seen from is the greatest thing in the world.

When not writing music, how do you spend your time?

When I’m not doing music I am most likely working my day job. I have a full-time job where at the moment I’m working about 50-55 hours a week so it can be really difficult to create music and market releases at the same time.

What would you say is your biggest vice?

I think my biggest vice is just being impatient and frustrated when things don’t go according to plan. There’s definitely a struggle sometimes within myself where I almost have to check myself for feeling like I should be further than where I’m at and I should be putting more hours in musically even though I work so much. Getting flustered when things don’t go accordingly probably also comes from working a lot so my time is super important to me. It’s a continuous struggle but I’m learning to deal with it as I go.

Thank you!

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Cassiel – Polar [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

My homies would say it’s fun, funny and exciting

Tell us a few things about your album Polar. What is the story behind it?

I just wanted to make Polar to kind of sum up my sound that I’ve created after my first year of music. Just to let people know, you know? It’s an album that has really wide variety of sounds to show the versatility I have on different kinds of instrumentals. I love Polar because I feel like it’s an embodiment of my feelings towards relationships/certain people that I’ve been with.

Which song of the album represents you the most?

I think Frostbite or Bodybag are good songs that encapsulate my inner conflicts with love and relationships. I didn’t really dig too much into my life on this project so it’ll definitely change in the future but yeah, those songs are the closest thing I’d say.

Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?

I think it’s no secret that I’m influenced heavily by Juice Wrld but I think I’m inspired more by Tyler, The Creator and Joey Bada$$ because of their story. Like I relate a lot more to those guys coming from pretty much nothing and becoming some of the greatest artists of our generation. Joey Bada$$ especially, hearing that he started off using free beats on YouTube like me, really gives a lot of hope that I can go further than I think.

What would you change in the music industry?

I think I’d want to make it easier for new artists to break into it without needing to be rich and pay for features, promotion, etc. But I think that’s more the mentality of the community having a bias towards hearing a song on radio and thinking it’s better than something they found on SoundCloud just because it’s on radio, you know?

What advice would you give to your younger self?

Don’t be scared of what you want to do just because you think people might make fun of you. I probably would’ve started making music a lot earlier if I took this advice as I only started because I was out of high school and people wouldn’t make fun of me.

Future plans?

Right now I’m waiting for my room to be fixed after flooding wrecked everything pretty much. So I can’t really record but I’m hoping to just drop some singles until a bit more hype is built for another project. I really want to be more personal and dig a little deeper on some other issues that aren’t just love and heartbreak.

Thank you!

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Orca – Your Home [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Melodic, unique, improving.

How many beats do you listen to before you end up using one? Tell us a few things about your creative process and your song “Your Home.”

When it comes to how many beats I listen to. I usually do not count because it is always different; sometimes, the feeling and connection come with the first beat I listen to; other times, I connect with the second or the third. But one thing is for certain I don’t sit down and listen to 10+ beats to choose one of them. The number is between 1-I work with a producer named FlipTunesMusic, and I’m a member of his subscription program where he sends the beats he produces per/month so. For example, he produced six beats in November, so I will be getting them all along with an unlimited license for me to use. Let us talk about my creative process; I’m a visual-impaired artist. I write my own lyrics, record my own vocals in my home studio, do some basic mixing, and develop ideas for my artwork. It all starts with me visualizing what I want to do before stepping behind the mic. So when I sit down to write the lyrics, I start visualizing myself recording the vocals and applying FX on them like delay reverb, stutters, Beat drops, flangers, Risers, and all the good stuff. Once I feel that everything is falling into place, I step behind the mic and start recording, applying all I can when it comes to mixing. Don’t forget I’m visually impaired, so I’ll always need the touch and guidance of an engineer in the final product. As soon as I finish recording and applying all I can, I send the rough mix to an amazing and talented engineer that I work with that goes by the name Larry Ohh! With the rough mix, a blueprint contains all the notes and instructions of what I want to be done in that specific mix; while all of this is going on, my designer also receives a blueprint that includes the exact specifications for the artwork.
Your home is my latest release and has a special place in my heart. Whenever I record a song, I make sure that it touches a specific audience since I promote myself as a visual-impaired artist who creates a catalog that includes 400% love, 400% romance, and 200% of all that Is between. So my vision is to create something that speaks to everyone and awakens the need to connect with whatever they are listening to. Your home talks about the fact that no relationship is 100% perfect; thus, people shouldn’t be afraid of problems within their relationships because hope is always present to correct whatever mistakes that our partners or we make no matter how destructive they are, there is always a chance to bounce back and start over, Light always awaits us at the end of the tunnel. Most of the time, problems can make us stronger since we’ll be learning new things about our other half. The idea spills into the artwork and not only the song itself. If you pay close attention to the artwork, there are light blue and dark blue. The light blue represents our home’s typical environment, while the dark blue represents an entirely different world that we don’t know anything about. Also, there are two orcas; the one with the headset represents me, while the other one is my partner. You’ll notice that the orca with the headset is drawn to be smaller than the other one; the idea behind this is to show the distance between us, while the close-up on the other orca signifies the speed of her slipping away and never looking back. Yet the other orca doesn’t step into the new world, and it stops in the last second, symbolizing that there is always hope to fix whatever is broken. There is always the possibility to sit down and talk. All can be fixed if we’re willing to make an effort, no matter how dire the situation.

For which lyric are you most proud of?

I’m proud of all my lyrics. When I first started writing, I began as a poet and novel writer, but in January 2021, I transitioned to songwriting. My work still needs improving, and there is always room for development, so we’ll see what happens in my future releases.

Favourite rapper, lyricist, and producer?

Personally, my favorites are T-pain Lil Wayne, Chris brown D.Brown Raven justice Flo Rida Jason Derulo Timbaland, and the list goes on.

What does hip hop symbolize, in your opinion?

Hip Hop is a form of music that allows me to express myself and also allows me to connect with more people. My goal is to stand out among the crowd and do something unique, so whenever people listen to it, they immediately know that it is orca behind the mic and hip hop gives me this opportunity to go out there and do what I love the most to me Hip Hop is the friend that will never betray me and will always stay by my side no matter what
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What is the best advice you’ve been given?

When it comes to music, the advice I was given is to stay away from it. I’m from Jerusalem, and English isn’t my mother tongue, so the audience that listens to the type of music I create is pretty small, but this doesn’t mean that I should give up. Instead, I keep pushing and moving forward until I can finally create the movement that I’m always dreaming about, A movement where people can enjoy what I make and will help me create more music. So if it comes down to me and what advice I should give to other artists: never give up, keep on going because all of us can do it, and make our musical dreams come true.

One last thing we should know about you?

Of course, it is crucial to point out that I’m, as mentioned above, a visually-impaired artist. I suffer from two sight conditions, and I only see with one eye with less than 20%. I write my own lyrics, record my own vocals and come up with ideas for my artwork designs. I also run my own website and do the advertising as well. All this is very time-consuming and burns out whatever sight I have left, so I wish people could support me and help me focus on creating music because we all know that music cannot become known unless it spreads first. An artist without people backing them up isn’t destined to succeed in this industry, so my only hope is to build the movement of those who’ll enjoy what I create and are always ready to come back for more people than I can connect with and know more about what I want to make isn’t something temporary or one-sided I want to reach out to all of you and be able to grow with you as I go.

Thank you!

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Love Ghost – Peace=Madness [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Emo Rock Pop

Tell us a few things about your new song “Peace=Madness”. What is the main idea behind it?

This song was written very fast , I basically got the idea for it one morning and we pretty much knocked it out within a couple hours . This song is a ballad that really captured my mental state at the time of writing the song . “Peace = madness , and joy = sadness” it’s about how duality lives in everything and how when everyone leaves you’re just stuck with yourself . I can tend to look outside myself for the perfect life to live, but at the end of the day , I’m always still just me .

Which is your most personal and honest lyric?

I feel like the second half of my verse most genuinely represents what I’ve been going through right now. “my heart’s been in a daze, my sorrow’s getting praise, been facing my reflection, it’s personal dissection, there’s thing i wanna change, got me so feeling so estranged, my soul’s aboutta’ cave in, it’s time to que the ravens, I feel lost and tortured, just looking for a shoulder, that i can rest my head on. Where the fuck have you gone?”

Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?

Amy Winehouse and Tupac

What would be your dream performance venue?

The forum for sure.

In which state of mind do you imagine people might listen to your music?

Most people listen to my music when they’re in need of some healing.

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

lmaooo this is funny, this is a good question too. I remember this one time when I was 15, I was tagging in a mcdonald’s restroom. Someone called the cops on me and I legit ran away from the cops on foot , like cutting through houses for blocks until I was away from 12. That was pretty wild.

Thank you!

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Horizon – tried to swim in lava [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

It’s so hard to pick just a few words to describe my entire sound, but I will try my best! To answer the question, I would have to say the three words to describe my sound would be “Underground ambient rap”.

Tell us a few things about your new work “Tried To Swim In Lava”.

So tried to swim in lava started being created as long as a year ago and as recently as a month or two before the album dropped. Originally it was going to be a collaboration EP between me and a friend of mine Shottythebeam, but quickly evolved into a full album as I got more and more invested. The album has an overarching theme of loss, heartbreak, and cycles of relationships. The songs themselves though also have their own meaning and work as standalone pieces, and that was really my entire intention. To create something that could be great on its own and every piece of it be just as great!

Which song of the album reflects you the most?

I honestly think every song on this project shows a part of me or describes who I am as a person, I can honestly only narrow it down to three at the least because they’re specifically personal to me, those would be Sunshine, A Concrete Jungle in Flames, and Obituary. These three songs were all written for specific times, emotions, and states of mind personal to me and my life.

Artists and people who have influenced and inspired you?

This question is also hard because there are so many people who’ve influenced me, as well as my art, I’ll name a couple of big ones though just so that this response doesn’t go on forever. A lot of the main influences on tried to swim in lava came from artists like Joji, Bo Burnham, lil peep, and Gorillaz. On the other hand I also produce my own music, with the exception of some of the songs in this album that were made by Shottythebeam, and my favorite and most influential producers would have to be KennyBeats, Damien Albarn, Tyler Joseph, and Smokeasac.

What is the biggest challenge you have faced as an artist so far?

The biggest challenge I’ve faced in my artistic life so far has to be trying to get exposure and finding the funds for all the equipment it takes to produce, record, mix, and master my music. I started out only using GarageBand on my phone with headphone speakers to record on and since then have gained real recording equipment, midi controllers, Logic Pro, and other equipment that helps my music become what it is. I’m so fortunate to have what I do and I never let a day go by where I’m not thankful for it. I’m sure anyone can imagine what the struggle trying to get exposure is like, but there’s something about putting out a song or work of art that you put so much effort into and not seeing it do as well as you know it deserves to, it just hits hard. That’s the life of a small artist though and it’s helped me to push through my self doubt and keep doing what I love.

In which state of mind do you imagine people might listen to your music?

I hope that people can listen to my music in a ton of different states of mind! I try to diversify my music to the point where if someone isn’t feeling one song they can go to another and find their vibe there! For example Sunshine is a super upbeat, summery track written to express love and happiness, on the other hand we have Ben drowned which is a dark, ambient song with lyrics about being broken and not getting the treatment you deserve.

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

Oh gosh, I’ve definitely gotten into a decent amount of trouble in the time I’ve been alive, but that was all years ago! There was one occasion that comes to mind though where around thanksgiving me and some friends at the time drove an hour away from home to a different town to meet up with someone and sufficed to say it didn’t turn out very well. We ended up running from the police and we all had to be picked up from our parents at the police station that night. I was also on probation at the time so my PO was NOT happy about that incident!

Thank you!

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SadHappyRabbit – TANJIRO [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Moody, Aggressive, High

How many beats do you listen to before you end up using one? Tell us a few things about your creative process.

I’ll usually produce around 10 tracks and then write to my favorite 7. The track total can change depending on if a producer sends me a beat I can’t resist. After every album release I’ll get a month of really bad writers block and not be able to make anything. Then after that month is up my days will consist of making beats and going through my steam library for video games to sample from.

For which lyric you are most proud of?

This is a very hard question because I like a lot of my lyrics cause many of them are in jokes amongst my friends and myself. I’d have to say it’d be the lyrics that started my first venture into rap, “Sitting, all alone in my room.”

Do you think there is a true underground hip hop sound today?

Oh fuck yeah. I think hyperpop and hip hop around that sound definitely is stronger than ever and the community is so active. Also if you listen to guys like Sematary or aldn they have a very distinct sound.

Trap music came to rule the world, but at the moment the genre feels stagnant. What does the future hold for hip hop in general?

I think hyperpops role in the underground will become more important as time goes on. Even if people aren’t a fan of the vocal aspects of the genre I think that the producing is going to stick around for awhile.

In which state of mind do you imagine people might listen to your music?

High.

What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

well i don’t exactly have a career at this point so I’ll still be working at pizza places or coffee houses.

Thank you!

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LIL S3MI – Boogeyman [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Psychedelic trap vibe

Tell us a few things about your new song Boogeyman and your creative process in general.

Boogeyman speaks on my new flow and how I’ve grew as an artist Also speaks on some of my addictions problems and religious beliefs all on a trap beat

For which lyric you are most proud of?

“Piecing it, lyrics diary of a madman” making a reference to one my favorite rockstars “Ozzy”

Favourite rapper, lyricist and producer?

Xxxtentacion, Mac Miller, and Kanye west

Trap music came to rule the world, but at the moment the genre feels stagnant. What does the future hold for hip hop in general?

The future of hip hop has a lot to come we have the punk scene starting to build but I think it’ll end up being like a psychedelic trippy rap that comes out like a Beatles if they made trap

What was the best film you have watched during the quarantine?

Promised Neverland

One last thing we should know about you?

mix and master all my music myself

Thank you!

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Shane Thunder – CRISIS MUSIC [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Nocturnal anxious vibes.

Is CRISIS MUSIC a personal song? Tell us the main idea behind it.

It’s definitely a very personal song. Through most of 2019 and pretty much the first half of 2020 I was mentally going through an especially tough time. You could definitely say I was having a bit of a crisis, like a quarter-life crisis I guess? I spent a lot of time getting stuck thinking about problems in the future that didn’t even exist yet and being overly anxious about how my life was going to turn out. When I wasn’t overthinking my future, I was stuck thinking about past mistakes and where it went wrong with people that I miss in my life. I wasn’t really present at all for that whole time period and kind of lost touch with where I was going and the pandemic hitting really didn’t help things. I spent so much time thinking about how I could feel like I wasted my time in the future, that I was actually wasting my time in the present.

As bad as the pandemic was/has been, when things were just starting to open up for a little while last summer, I had a nice break from work and things like that and got to spend fun times with some good people, and had some time to think about how I was approaching things. I just had a nice stroke of luck in my life that lifted me out of those bad thoughts and I was able to find ways to stop thinking that way.

It’s funny how some people think artists need to be really depressed or whatever to make art, I’m the opposite, I hadn’t made a good song in like a year at that point, it wasn’t until I felt good that I was able to be creative, and I was able to use those feelings I experienced and explore them musically. CRISIS MUSIC was the first song that really got me back on track with making music I was happy with. It’s worth mentioning that I made CRISIS MUSIC around November 2020 and just took a while to release it, so compared to the stuff I have ready to go now, it seems pretty old and not as good, but because it was the first that really got me going in the direction that I wanted, it just has a special place for me.

You have experience playing in cover bands. How different is it to play your original music in front of the audience?

Unfortunately, I haven’t got the chance yet to play my original music in front of an audience yet. It’s always been a dream of mine, I love performing. Even from a really young age performing in local pantomimes and plays and things like that, I’ve always wanted to be able to put on a show that I have control over that would let me express myself and have fun. Hopefully live music can come back properly soon and I hope that I’ll get the opportunity to experience that soon!

What do you love/hate in Ireland and particularly the place you are based called Kilkee?

Ireland is a great place. I love the culture, the history, the people and so many different beautiful places around the country. I’m not really the type of person to be super patriotic and go really hard for my country for no reason, but I genuinely am proud to say that I’m from Ireland. It’s worth mentioning too how many great artists are coming out of the country at the moment, I can’t wait to see the Irish music scene grow even more.
If I had to pick something I don’t like about the place it would have to be the way the country is ran honestly. Sometimes it feels like we’re just stuck in a cycle where nothing ever changes. It really feels like big corporations and money are the most important things here sometimes. When you have such great culture and people everywhere, it’s just such a shame to see the people in charge just trying to throw that all away in favour of profit, but I suppose that’s kind of how a lot of countries are when I think about it.

I don’t want to leave this on a negative note, you have moments like marriage equality and repeal the 8th that happened which were amazing things (the people that happened to be in charge at the time these happened take a lot of credit for them, it was the people that organised, campaigned and voted that got these done) and I definitely don’t take those achievements for granted.

Kilkee is a small seaside town that I grew up in. It gets a lot of tourists and almost anywhere I go (even other countries) I meet someone who knows Kilkee and has nice memories there. It’s funny, I used to hear so many people talk about how nice of a place it was and I realise I took it for granted for a long time. I think that happens to everyone, you just don’t really think of the place you grew up in the same way as other people because you’re so used to it. After being away in college and working for a while, I got to stay there a bit longer a little while ago and I got to just enjoy my time there with friends and I realised how nice of a place it really is. I really gained a whole new appreciation for it.

Favourite album of the past year?

I’d probably have to go with Call Me If You Get Lost by Tyler, the Creator. He’s so good at everything he does and he’s done it again with this album. I love how gritty it is.
I feel like a lot of people would give that answer so for a more underrated pick I would go with Wrestling by Kučka, she’s a great singer and producer and that album is really good.

What is the most useless talent you have?

Probably being able to eat a chicken wing in one bite. Whenever I’m in a big group and we get wings that’s kind of my party trick. I guess some people would argue that eating wings efficiently isn’t really useless, but that’s the best I’ve got.

When not writing music, how do you spend your time?

Mostly video games in my spare time. I really like sports games (which is actually a curse with how expensive that hobby is) like 2K and FIFA but I usually cycle through them and others every so often. I’m a huge wrestling fan so I’ve been playing the WWE games and watching shows my whole life. I play a lot of Red Dead Online with my friend too. Outside of my spare time I also have work and college.
I like to stay up really late when I can, that’s usually when I make my best music, so it’s not too intrusive with my responsibilities right now, but I’d definitely like to see what it would be like doing music full time in the future if it was possible.

Thank you!

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