The more music I listen to, the more I ask myself this rhetorical question of what makes a song good?
Is it the cool chord progressions that make the harmony inquisitive and never allow the song to return to the root in order to give the listener a sense of unease?
Or is it the slapping drum beat? See Led Zeppelin IV for a song that has a rhythm that is immediately recognizable…
and finally, is it a simple, catchy melody that will bounce around a listener’s head all week? Having them hum it to themselves while they brush their teeth?
Is what I was writing in 2017 when I was still making shitty demos (although I still am I’d hope they slap a little harder than they did back then) and is still what I am writing now…
Lately I’ve found myself wearing a lot of hats musically and I’ve been trying to dive deeper into more niches and subgenres that I really like.
Stuff like Roulé and Crydamoure is just the best when played loud and bassy.
Aphex Twin has some crazy breaks in Syro that make me go mental.
Apologies for going AWOL.
I assume no one actually reads these posts but if you are a human being reading this….
After more than 4 years, I’ve finally graduated from University with a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science.
Hello from 2022!
Been laying low and just working on so much content and music these past couple of weeks and just regrouping mentally and physically.
I think it’s very important to stay on top of your health, especially nowadays in these unprecedented times.
But anyways, I wanted to share some music with y’all.
My name is Michael and I’m a music producer and artist hailing from New York City!
I’m finally starting to dip my toes into Web3 after being hesitant for a while but I really believe in Web3 and crypto as a whole.
On top of being a musician and producer, I am also a programmer and went to school for Computer Science so software has always been my forté and I believe Web3 is perfect for combining my skills in Software Engineering and Music.