We are able to travel through a wormhole to do our next interview with this musician. This musician surfs through the galaxy with his mic and speakers to perform to every entity. The music created by this musician highlights a unique flavor that hasn’t been added yet to Baskin Robbins elite menu. We talk a bit with Vulgarithm about music, life and choice words for future musicians.
Here is the interview:
What is your inspiration to write your music? Is it your
Life inspires me to write music, whether it is things happening on a global scale, inner torment or the absurdity of life. I try and keep nothing off limits when writing music for Vulgarithm so I avoid pigeonholing myself into one theme.
What type of music did you listen to growing up?
If I’m being vague, it started out as 90s indie and then over time getting heavier and heavier. However my music taste has always been very broad mixing in classical music, dance, hip hop, ambient music etc. This is why my music is quite varied and hard to pin down.
Is there someone you looked up as a hero?
My musical idols were and still are Trent Reznor and Maynard James Keenan. Everything they have ever produced has been immaculate.
If you weren’t a musician, would you be doing today?
I’ve been interested in music since I was a toddler, played 2 instruments since the age of 10 and had one job that wasn’t in music. Either working behind a bar or being unemployed.
What advice do you have for our fans out there that want to create
Try and listen to as many different genres as you can, take in the very best each genre has to offer and try and create your own sound. I went through a phase when I was 12 or 13 trying to write pop punk songs, and whilst listening back to old recordings may make me cringe, it has helped me develop my own sound. This is why Vulgarithm exists today, to stand out of the crowd as something brand new.
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