Today we are going to share the exclusive interview of a very talented artist Min the Universe. So, without wasting the time let’s get started.
Read Min the Universe Interview
Q: First of all we want to say welcome to you.
A: Thank You.
Q: How did you come into music industry?
A: I left my career in finance to begin a new venture in electronic dance music production. It was a move that I had thought about for a long time, and at the end of the day, it was a very simple decision.
Q: Who was your inspiration for music?
A: Growing up I spent a lot of time playing electric guitar, and my idol was John Petrucci of progressive metal band Dream Theater. I also loved punk and emo and spent more time listening to Jimmy Eat World than anyone else. Today as an EDM producer my favorites are Deadmau5, Seven Lions and Zhu.
Q: What is the name of your debut song?
A: Find Your Summer (feat. Alex Holmes). I originally wanted to call it Find Your Muse but decided on something more light-hearted and airy. Besides, it was an August release.
Q: Say something about your musical journey?
A: It is an exciting, scary and deeply personal venture. Music transcends social identity, language and intergalactic lifeforms, and I am dedicating my life to weaving the emotional threads that connect us all. I invite you to join and participate!
Q: Who helped you most in your journey?
A: My parents, who have always been supportive of my choices. It all started with my first keyboard at age 5 and electric guitar at age 12.
Q: Who gave you pieces of advice?
A: The best advice I received is commonly attributed to author Stephen King – “Amateurs wait for inspiration. The rest of us just gets to work.”
Q: What do you do now a days?
A: Make as much good dance music as possible.
Q: Let us know something about your future projects.
A: I am planning to release at least one track a month for 2021 in a wide variety of electronic dance genres. I want each track to be its own unique bird-of-paradise with multi-colored sonic pallets designed to transport the listener to places that feel equally novel and familiar.
Q: What is your message to your fans?
A: I want to create a medium for friends and strangers alike to understand what music means to me. My favorite memories revolve around immersive live experiences, whether it is resting on the lawn at Bonnaroo, anxiously awaiting the DJ at Brooklyn Mirage, or dancing in the bass pits of Camp Bisco. I want to play the role of chief designer and architect in these formative and special experiences.
Q: Any message for new artist?
A: Take all outside feedback of your music with a grain of salt. Opinions are free, highly subjective, and everyone wants to be a reviewer. However, there will be a few people whose feedback you’ll seek over and over again – so keep them close! And remember, the final artistic decisions are yours alone.