I haven’t got very much to say for myself, but I suppose I’d better say something. I’m 21 years old and live in a town called Watford just outside London. I suppose I like doing things that most 21 year olds like doing. Drinking, drugs, and the missus. I love music, I don’t really follow genres, well, I do to a degree, but I think that most of the time, genres form a prejudgement in your mind, so you think you don’t like something before you’ve even listened to it. Any way, im ranting, where was I? oh yeah, I love music and take influences from everywhere. I arrange these influences into my own creation. You could describe it as drum and bass but with obvious electric influence. I began my musical path when i was about 15, when I took up the guitar, I had an excellent teacher, Nick Andrews, complete ass hole, but I never knew a guitar could be played like that. Any way, despite having him as my tutor, I wasn’t that good, but good enough to absorb the theory. I started getting into music production when i started college, about 5 years ago. There i found Reason 2. I know what you’re thinking, I know believe me for the first 2-3 years i made an array of… well… shite really. I like to think that over the past 2 years, i have refined my sound into what it is today. Now made on Reason 4.
It’s hard to try and determine what or who inspires me, I could say I am influenced by anything. Dark sounds. Movies. Weed. Relentless Drums. Mates. I like hearing other unsigned artists. The more interesting stuff is generally from unsigned artists. So that just makes me wonder, who else is out there that I haven’t heard yet?
If I had to define my sound, i would say… Noisia meets Current Value, but I look more at the sequence than the sound. If there were attributes that I was allowed to take from these guys, they would have to be, nosia’s Bass and kick/sub bass relation. And current values cymbals are sick!!!! noone compares.
I’m also flagrantly homosexual.
Edited by permaban on 3 Jan 2012, 20:37
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