Electro / Lo-Fi / Synthpop • Berlin, Germany •
“During my time at the conservatory, I did too much thinking about music.”
Unraveled Artist Interview:
Q: Why did you make this song? What does it mean to you?
A: This song is about the baggage we often carry with us throughout our lives, often from our childhoods or previous relationships, the acknowledgment of it and the hope that it can be overcome.
Q: What do you want listeners to understand from this creation?
A: When I think of myself as a listener of the music I love and identify with, I most probably misinterpret the meaning and the intentions of the artist completely. If there are listeners who enjoy and can relate to this song enough to have a personal understanding of it, I would be very happy.
Q: How can people support you further?
A: As an independent artist, building an audience can take a long time. If people like and believe in what I’m doing enough to want to help, the best thing they could do is to share my work with the people they know. Talking about it, playing it to people, following it online, posting it, that’s all a really great help. I also always really like finding out that there is someone I don’t know, often in another country, who is enjoying what I do.
Q: What is your ultimate vision for your work?
A: I don’t really have one. I’d like to keep learning and evolving as an artist. I hope that the music I make in a years time will sound a lot different to what I am doing now, in the same way that what I am doing now sounds a lot different to a year ago.
Q: Do you consider your music to fall within a genre(s)?
A: I find it a bit hard to categorize music sometimes but I think Strip Down is mostly Electro, with earlier songs in French being quite LoFi and newer stuff in English moving a bit towards Electro Pop and Synthpop.