Music...man to say it has an impact on my life would be an understatement. I need rhythm. And it's not often supplied to me, so I have to make it for myself. Whether it's beatboxing, improvising on my guitar, or trying to make music on FL Studio, it's constantly with me. Music is basically my life.
My music dream is to perform to huge crowds of people. I don't care how!
The violence. To be able to put a smile on someone's face and a sparkle in their eye and happiness in their heart.
Panda Eyes was really the first introduction I had to the world of electronic music. So I'd say Panda Eyes - Lightbreaker.
I really, really like Martin Garrix. I also love me some David Guetta and Marshmello. But aside from electronic music, I also like NF's music.
Everyone else's stories of success.
That it's not pleasure, or having everything you want that makes you happy. It's God, and with God you will never need anything else. I want to communicate my happiness in Him.
I've only ever performed in front of audience once... It was at a school recital, and I was playing guitar. There was--oh, I'd say 80 or so people there. I got up there, and wasn't nervous at all for my guitar part. It was the singing. Anyways, I got up there, did my song, and received SO many compliments afterwards, it was incredible! Everyone was talking about me, I was the hit of the recital!
A musician really has to have a WHOLE lot of assets to be successful...I want to change that, somehow, some way.
It's amazing! I was looking for a community of musicians, and this supplied it.
Being stuck, and not wanting to make music is always frustrating and makes me feel very unproductive.
I don't really, no. Matter of fact, I don't even know what that means...
Definitely a strong sense of humility. That their music doesn't have to be heard, and they don't have to be famous. Just making music for the sake of making music.
-Panda Eyes -NF -Josh Garrels -The Polaroid Tide