1. Cru cru , super nice to have the chance to chat with you! What first got you into music?
Playing instruments and interests started hella early for me - getting put in piano lessons real young and building from that forever after
computers similarly parallel; however limited by the technology available at any given moment in history - broadband internet was only just starting to take foothold over dialup
family filled the air with sound, music felt like magic, my chase was on
2. Can you tell us a cringe memory of yours?
8th grade, other Kids took my laptop out of my backpack on bus, searched history to try and find something embarrassing. Found that I was playing runescape...laughed at me for that lol.
3. What’s your favorite food?
Coffee and Dosa
4. Will you tell us something embarrassing about you?
I sometimes feel insecure ;)
Embarrassment is subjective lol
5. What’s the best decade for music?
Hasnt happened yet ;)
WE are born in a picture. Time is not needed for this equation
Channels form as discrete object modules across time
Music is a language as part of that channel; not the message
Messages have a temporal element
Time is necessary for the receiver to assign meaning; understanding its value
6. What’s your favorite 50’s artist?
7.What’s the best advice you ever gave?
“Bet on yourself”
“There are TEAMS of PEOPLE working on this shit”
8. How is your musosoup experience going?
9. What’s your favorite 70’s album?
Bitches Brew by Miles Davis
10. Do You agree with the Pigeon?
On what? Lol
Check out the imaginative original album: "BLOODSKY"! It opens with "Someone Else" whose red synthesizers take me on a bloody intergalactic journey. This is followed by "Planet Party" which drops me into an extremely abrasive skeletal party! "CO$tUS" stands out with an incredibly catchy processed performance with epic, rebellious touches. On "Peter" intense psychedelic beats reign supreme coming straight from hell. "BLOODSKY" closes with "Milky Ways" a minimalist closer whose atmosphere sounds bigger than space!
The Pigeon added the new single to his Weekly Gems playlist on Spotify.
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Words by The Pigeon
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