Presenting Amithest, Arzenn, Louis and Tyller for the annual Real Songwriters of Melbounre LIVE event - a night that showcases Melbourne’s freshest talent, coming up this Saturday October 13th at Wick Studios.
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How would you describe your sound?
I would describe my sound as electronic meets orchestral. My sound is quite different, and doesn’t really come under an umbrella term, but it is my sound, which took a long time to figure out, and as soon as I figured it out, everything made sense. The beauty of orchestral strings, and piano, mixed with the galactic sounds of a synthesiser is the perfect recipe to my sound.
My Instagram page says that I am ‘an over-emotional singer/songwriter who thinks he is logical’, I think that sums up my sound pretty well.
It’s probably a mixture of indie pop, alt rock, folk and soul, full of emotion and the deepest of thoughts.
At the moment, the main thing I'm documenting with my music is that transition into adulthood and all the emotions that come with it. I don't think I will ever anchor myself to one specific 'sound' as I want my music to keep growing and changing as I get older.
What led you to music?
Music has always been a part of me. It is the thing in my life that makes my life worth living rather than existing.
I had a feeling in the pit of my stomach that performing music was going to be what I ended up doing. I’m so glad I found my vocation early on, it motivated me to spend everyday doing what I love, I felt that I have at least achieved that if nothing else.
I always loved singing, but music became my everything when I realised writing was a kind of therapy for me.
Back in 2012 and 2013 when the dubstep craze was on full throttle, I wanted to make wub wubbs. Little me thought it was going to be easy. I always knew I loved music as it already played a big role in my life then but it was only after I started making music and learning the process that went into these tracks which made me love music even more and in turn, made want to keep learning.