When i started to experiment making music with 6 or 7 years, i instantly knew i got in a rabbit hole i will never escape again. I stood my first live gig with a Grindcore band when i was 13, first gig abroad in Moscow with 18 and continued ticking off positions on my musical bucket list until i toured in Europe with both Death metal bands. Then i got into sound engineering and music production, discovered electronic music and added some challenges to my bucket list again. Making music never gets old! I always have the feeling, i have just started out doing it.... Even after 20+ years...
Increase my activity as musician/producer to level, where i can make a living of it. On the baseline i will continue anyway.
System of a down - Toxicity
Death Metal: Gorgasm, Nile, Disentomb Electronic: 1788-L, REZZ, Mefjus, Noisia, Black Sun Empire Classical: Antonio Vivaldi Hard/Heavy: Iron Maiden Rock: Pink Floyd Rap/HipHop: Cypress Hill Post Rock: God is an astronaut
What wouldn't? Every experience can be translated into a sonic experience!
Music is the language of the soul, not of the mind. I rather draw images of feelings, landscapes of inspirations for the soul than trying to convince someones mind. My music is meant to be a tool for those, that need inspiration towards an answer, i don't know the question to.
Don't get me started!
Let me find that out.
Further differentiate! As musician you can't be frustrated. You can't help but make music or you wouldn't do it. It's in your DNA. As artist though, the industry and the Zeitgeist towards crafted art, quality and consumer-moral is pretty %&/"ç%)
Go to underground gigs, help upcoming artists with tipps, help promoters with contacts, support with every possible share, like, post word of mouth. I even buy CDs :)