01. Who are you ?
I am a composer from Eastern Europe, writing neo-classical. ambient and electronic music.
02. What are you listening actually ?
Hudson Mohawke, Jan Blomqvist, Christian Loffler, Ryuichi Sakamoto
3. How you came to music ?
I used to be a bassist and a guitarist in several local indie bands, but during the pandemic we didn’t have a chance to play together and to have gigs, so I started to record music at home, using my MIDI-keyboard. And I loved it. I was on Olafur Arnalds show before the pandemic, and it was one of the best gigs I’ve ever been at. So I decided to try to compose something like that.
4. What gear do you use in studio/live ?
Just my Akai MIDI-keyboard and Reaper DAW.
5. Do you have an anecdote or a memory to tell us about your music ?
The first show is always a special memory. We played at the open air festival, at night. And when we entered the stage, there was a lot of light on the stage, and it was really dark around, so we couldn’t see how many people came to see us. But when we started, I guess during the second song, all the lights went on, and we so so many people dancing and enjoying our music! So it’s the moment I will keep in my heart forever.
6. Which artist would you dream of working with?
Ryuichi Sakamoto, his works are my favorite, he is a great composer.
Mono – it’s a japanese post-rock band with absolutely breathtaking music, so big and epic, with such a great melodies. I would love to play with them.
7. What are your plans for the future?
To release a couple of albums of neoclassical music,
to start a side project – electronic music or even a synth-pop band,
to get my music to sountracks to the movies and videogames.