LiveLoopers.com - First I'd like to say thanks a ton for agreeing to do our very first interview. I, in particular, am really impressed by your music.
No, thank you! Such an honour - I'm thrilled! And excited you're putting together a site like this. It will really help similar artists to connect - so thank you! And I'm glad you enjoy my music and what I've put together.
LiveLoopers.com - Thanks. 1st question: If you had 30 seconds on an elevator with some person who could be important to the future of your music and you had to tell them what your music is --and is about-- in 30 seconds or lesss... what is your music about?
That's a really good question. First of all I'd hope it would be Dave Grohl
because he's a genius and I respect him and his musicianship so much...but I would basically describe my music as the following: I'm a loop artist, a musician who builds layers upon layers of synthy sounds within the framework of a classical background to form music that I love and want to listen to. I would classify my work as ambient tribal pop.
LiveLoopers.com - (this may seem like an end-of-interview question, but I like to ask it up front)
If someone is REALLY interested in your music after reading this interview, what are the one or two things you would want a new fan to do to connect to your music for now and keep track of new music in the future.
For new fans, old fans and everyone else in between, I direct them to my web page and my YouTube channel
, and to Facebook
. I am very good at answering all messages and in any language (thank you google translate), so for fans who want to connect I'm here to chat and listen and help them start their looping careers. I love new friends.