Music gives me escape, inspiration, expression, and even pride. I've always turned to music for everything in life, there was always a song or a band who spoke to me during different events in life, bad and good.
Honestly just to make the music I've always felt was in me, to express the demons and angels I have in me for all to relate to. Artistically I'd just like to change somebody's life through my art the same way many of my favorite bands aided me.
I'd go back to 2012 and prevent the discovery of the God Particle
Don't laugh, but anything Ace of Base. It's thanks to them I love the sound of synths because it was so recognizable that when I heard a similar sound in a Soilwork song years later my love of synthesizers came flooding in.
Insomnium, Frontline Assembly, The Birthday Massacre, Mick Gordon, Slipknot, Kiasmos, Tycho, Skinny Puppy, Chevelle, I'll stop there
Life, my stories I'm writing, fantastic music
Darkness doesn't last forever, nor does hate.
I haven't done so yet, just filmed for bands but if it's anything like that, then it's an amazing feeling
Everybody can now produce and upload music from their homes so it's a much more vast and diverse market. People really need to double up their efforts to stand out sometimes, but often times it's just the artists who are just relaxed in their art that make the best music. All that can be improved is the financial compensation situations a lot of artists face these days.
So far I really like it. Facebook has always been the leader in social networking and for good reason, so it's nice to see Drooble borrowing from the same formula.
General Creativity Blocks. They're the devil!
When I have time I go see shows, purchase a cd or shirt, give them views on social media and other platforms their music can be found, and if I really have time then I offer to photograph for Promos.
They need to be adaptable with the ever evolving digital market as well as the still thriving physical market.
Dice Kane, he's a personal friend of mine and is an underrated local artist from SATX. His rap style is not only relatable and sometime satirical but he's got that speed and wit. Memories in Broken Glass is also a great South Texas act, if you're a metal enthusiast. Be on the look out for Realm Of Disgust, nobody's ready for that.