I rounded up my Bx friends for a little invite-only party on the weekend and safe to say things got a little raucous. I couldn't think of a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than raving inside a smoked-out shipping container with my closest friends.
I went and flipped the new(ish) one from Alison Wonderland & Trippie Redd. I loved the vocal in this one, and the build into the drop brings so much tension. I wanted to give it something a little heavier to fall into :) I tried messing with some more 'bass house' kinda sounds over my usual half time drum rhythms.
I fell into the trap. And not the bass variety haha. At some point in the last while I became way too consumed with looking ahead and aiming for bigger and bigger things. Which generally helps you move forward, but doesn't do much for your happiness and gratitude. You forget to be thankful for the goals you reach along the way.
I'm low key proud of how my remix collection looks these days lol :) I'm a graphic designer by day so I know the importance of branding, but I'm also a compulsive creator who gets get carried away with new ideas every day so I find it hard to stick to one theme. Good branding is actually restrictive in a way, which almost feels counterintuitive because as an artist you don't want to box yourself in. I've always broken my own rules when it comes to my own branding, but I think I've finally settled on something I can live with now and its feeling pretty cohesive.
Welcome to my new home! I wanted more of a voice to share whatever I'm working on with whoever is interested. You can call it a blog, but it's more of a central hub to connect my various platforms and help me present my projects with more depth and explanation. Click here for more ramblings!