Evocative Electronica, and more! Somewhere near the intersection of DJ Shadow and The Future Sound of London is where you’ll find Jay’s sound, with a heathy folk rock influence via Jethro Tull.
like breathing. life.
influences: Public Enemy, The Art of Noise, DJ Shadow, Future Sound of London, Jethro Tull in general: all popular genres from the 50s through 1990s I enjoy, and modern music.
I can't not do it
life is short, scary, wonderful, amazing, and meant to be lived
have not done. I think I would probably enjoy it.
I think technology has leveled the playing field to a great extent. I'm not sure what could be improved, I'll get back to you on that after awhile.
not having as much control over my creation process as I would like - in the sense that when I create music it feels as if I'm channelling something, and I'm often surprised by the outcome. I'd like to be a bit more intentional with my creation process.
I collaborate with local musicians whenever I get a chance.
I think being authentic is the most critical thing.
I think they are all on this site, great talent here!