[[ma=nau'stro :/(nh 'unearaai'aouro: I a person who is not able to take proper decisions;]] Hello I'm Naustro. I Produce. I also experiment with other genres in my music. I use many types of DAWS, and only use a minimal assortment of equipment. I reside in East Alabama, just close to the Georgia border. No EDM scene here (even though my music isn't EDM, but chill music inspired by Techno), so I have always just done my own thing pretty much. Some might accept that, others might find that too unconventional, but there it is. I've made a lot of songs since I started, in about mid early 2011. When it comes to influences nothing is off limits, I listen to a lot of electronica but don't always put it in my music, but I can appreciate all of it for what it is. As for a more personal bio I am a nice guy, short, stocky, just in case you want to know more about me. I'm fond of PC games and I like to make music, I also have written some books, So yeah I'm kind of nerdy and anti-social to be honest, so yeah my songs are more of an expression than dance-worthy, but again there you have it. I don't really have what it takes to be a nerd in reality, that takes commitment. Nor do I have what it takes to be real #PCMR, as I rarely have the ability to even play any sort of games. I started out calling myself Dj Dremora, after the race in Elder Scrolls, but ditched it for Naustro sometime after I was just turned off by it. I got in contact with Sean Reed from the UK, who has an internet radio show that plays mostly underground electronic music called SeanMusicTV, it started as a Soundcloud thing. In total he has played 5 of my songs, Intro (Outro), Naustro Presents, The Hermit, and Give Me A Boost. Since Give Me A Boost, You Shall Not Pass aired, regardless of its humorously misleading name. Since then Lay Down The Taste was on Amsterdam's Dance FM. Up High (Down Low) [Destination Unknown Mix], along with a couple others, was on Kittikuns playlist. Up until now I have yet to have an actual site.I have not done any shows here locally, but I make up for it by mixing most of my songs live (if that does make up for it, I don't know). In 2014 my performance in Auburn got me a BMA for 2014 and in early 2016 I signed to Pryda with Fehrplay. I get paid money to make songs on Pryda, among doing other things, but nothing genuinely professional. So fame is not important to me, at least not really. Well I guess that's it, I hope you enjoyed learning a little bit about me in my bio.
I'm Naustro, I'm edgy like that. I am a Producer of Downtempo music, I have been making it for about 6 years now since like 2011 I believe. I don't just do music though, in fact I tend to make it a very minimal and slow release, same goes for my everything else. Over the long years I've promoted certain aspects of the hype train, but my hype train tended to deviate far from music.
I wrote a Fantasy Novel, which was really enjoyable to write, I am what resembles a PC Gamer, though I rarely get to play any games, I try and that's what's important. Even though I am humble and awkward at times, I'm not really a nerd, I don't have what it takes to be a nerd, that takes commitment and dedication to something. I will try and spice up this try-hard brand as much as possible, but I keep telling myself "Try and keep it easy mode OK?" You will find I don't truly have a serious bone in my body, and definitely do take my music seriously, but nothing other than the sounds that go into it.
I am technically on Pryda Friends, but I also stayed on 21st Century A & R also, but not really, just on paper. I use DAWs and a minimal assortment of equipment to get the result of a mostly unmolested sound. Naustro is about more than just the music though, if you go on my Youtube you will see that first hand, though admittedly my Youtube is a barren wasteland.
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