Podszepty — UMFANG / IMAABS / DJ LOSER / RABIT [eng]

 

 

R A B I T

 

 


 

1.What is your mission when you create music?

 

I rarely have a mission. For me it is the same as when I was younger playing with tools like pastels , watercolors , pencils and spray paint. It’s more exploratory and feeling my way through sounds, doing what feels good. Sometimes I will have a rough framework ie I want to make a “beat” the people can follow , this will dictate some elements of the work but ultimately it’s about grabbing on to a feeling early on in the process and exploring that. 

 

2.How would you describe your work in three sentences?

 

I don’t describe my work anymore. I have done this many times before and find that its used as a tool and held against me negatively. ( The wire have even published a negative review of my work only mentioning the press release and nothing about the music.not sure how a sane, grounded person can call that good journalism ). Until I see that things have changed /are changing in this realm , my position on these subjects will be fairly silent. 

 

3.What kind of emotion are you searching for in music?

 

I don’t search for emotion , at least not in such a stock,  straightforward way. For me art is a way to physically handle the world , whatever comes out is a byproduct or just one aspect of the emotional world around me , maybe some people call it coming to grips with reality. 

 

4.How the music of the future is going to sound? In what form is it going to be?  

 

To me this is a Complicated question with no clear answer. The future sort of already exists ? I think If we look to labels and artists that are genuinely exploratory , the future is there. Again I use the word genuinely. 

 


 

 

D J  L O S E R

 

 


 

1.What is your mission when you create music?

 

Its not a mission, its  more like a form of communication and expression as honest as possible to my ideals and point of view on general.

 

 

2.How would you describe your work in three sentences?

 

I feel like I’m on the humanism's spectre, what i think people feel and try to hide. The thrill of realizations and overcoming  is something I’m trying to express as well. But, its mostly music.

 

3.What kind of emotion are you searching for in music?

 

Im  searching for all the emotions, everything is  necessary. In order to desire, you must not have. In order to deny, you must accept.

 

4. How the music of the future is going to sound? In what form is it going to be? 

 

I’m trying to figure out too. 

 


 

 

U M F A N G

 

 


 

1.What is your mission when you create music? 

 

I want to explore what the machines can do and channel new ideas in to each session. 

 

2.How would you describe your work in three sentences?

 

simple space hit

 

3.What kind of emotion are you searching for in music?

 

I like to hear a range of emotion from celebratory to introspective.

 

4.How the music of the future is going to sound? In what form is it going to be?

 

People will keep trying to make music sound like it's from the past with hardware while others use computers and algorithms to make something sound far away from the origin of electronic sound. 

 


 

 

I M A A B S 

 

 


 

1.What is your mission when you create music? 

 

If I think in a idea like a mission, could be something like: try to create perceptions, anyway it's a complicated homework or maybe never you can realize when you are doing that, or making growing something in other person. If I can make to think somebody in wherever, Iʼm totally complete. 

 

2.How would you describe your work in three sentences? 

 

Humble and a labor, from the third world or from an imaginary Nomadic/Migrant.  /  Intensive, rhythmic and anti- narcissistic. / An universe totally affective, soft and hard in the same time.

 

3.What kind of emotion are you searching for in music? 

 

I search feel the body and build new perceptions from that contact or information relation, not cliches or reproduction of the same idea over and over again... when the music is intensive, probably the repetition could be interesting and change something on you; when you change your body, or you relation with the world, itʼs because the music is doing itʼs work. 

 

4.How the music of the future is going to sound? In what form is it going to be? 

 

Itʼs a complicated question but how going sound could be a impossible to say, I wanna think in the possibilities of the frequencies and how can open ways to communication. I think could be determined for vibrations, without structures, tonality, scales, just frequencies, just vibration working in your body, in your nerves, like a real communication. 

 

On the other hand, the ideas about the “future” or futurism are based a hyperreality totally thought from the internet age, and the fascism inserted in that ideas, as in the manifesto futurista of Marinetti (Maybe just the afrofuturism have ideas about liberation, but from the futurist manifesto and the cyberpunk aesthetic is from the victory of the fascism, like the only one dystopian world). Exists a huge discussion about, but is really long explain more here. 

 

I wanna think in new worlds, and new options to think or do music, maybe will be unnecessary when can discover how work some frequencies and vibration on us, I mean how we can fix the mental limits, but in a materialistic way; not as the holistic therapies or hippie ideas about... I think we can make grow that kind of practices and build something without/against this capitalist imaginary of a dystopian future. 

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