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I'm a devourer of every pieces of electronic song.
From my birthday to now, music has been & will always be my passion, my essence, my lifestyle … & myself. The tunes run into my veins.
My childhood has been lulled by some sweet popular songs, many Disney creations, some modern pop from the time, classical music & several excellent groups I still adore.
During my teenage years, I dig the musical hole deeper to encounter hip hop, a bit of rap & mostly, rock. The sweet rock songs will never escape out of my mind.
As I gained age, I gained & exploited a strong musical knowledge, owning several hundred of songs in my playlist. Still nicely & carefully engraved into my mind as well.
Naturally, grew in the deepest of my being a desire to play something. Piano, synthesizer, guitar,recorder, traverse flute, violin. I caressed them all inside my hands & onto my lips, relishing my time spent with each of them. Rejoicing in every single notes I played with them. Every ballad I was able to create.
I have a soft spot about lyrics. I prefer to write my little poems before render then into actual lyrics. They're as important as the sounds themselves in fact. I've been writing many stories that I don't even know how many of them I have composed.
A particular moment in my life where I completely drowned myself into a marvelous chef-d'oeuvre was when I was in a theme park, ridding for the first time a madhouse. Morricone, in all its glory, came to me, while I wondered how the walls & ceiling could move.
Among all my little pleasured times at discovering new electronic artists, yet, another big moment, musically, was when I simply watched March of the Empress. Emilie Simon's delicious voice accompanying her enchanting electronic/classical tunes. I literally & immediately felt in love.
I'm currently swimming into a pool of electronic tunes, archiving sweet melodies & sticking to my past, to my memories, mixing it all with… myself! To create a some new "genre". What about some old noises joining with a nice crystal clear sound?