Everyone says they're "different". But it's not true because by now most music sounds the same. I used to love the music scene but currently it bores me. It's time for something different. Well, I am different. I've created my own genres,designed custom fishing lures&a custom clothing line sold worldwide,entrepreneur since school. SUCCESS=DIFFERENT
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Interview with Crazy Creepy
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I wrote my first song at age 3 1/2 on an acoustic guitar titled "Dinosaur". Every time i played the guitar or sang, tears always came to my eyes. I could FEEL the reality of every bit of music i did. As a teenager i started my own underground music distribution/promotion company as well as a few small indie labels. I created and published a zine for an underground vampire music organization i founded. I also produced several spoken word recordings. I made a lot of money in high school doing this. I was in a few bands in my 20's. I played bass guitar in an alternative/grunge band for which i produced some demos. Was offered live show at popular venue in Milwaukee but my bandmate went nuts and took off to new Orleans, ending up in prison for many years, thus breaking up the band. At same time he left, we were offered a record deal by Kill Rockstars Record label. Sadly i lost out on that. I then was recruited by the owner of Beer City Records to be a member of his personal band. He had a very successful punk/hardcore record label and skateboard company. I produced one demo for us. I was in a couple other small bands afterwards but people never stuck with it. Recently i was selected as one of the top 500 musicians on a music app i use. There's over 15 million users so top 500 is good. I also founded a group within the app's community called Music Maker Jam Goes Global, which was a way for me to really support and encourage musicians worldwide, also helping them meet other people who could help on their journey. I have so many ideas now for some really interesting projects but need people to work with. I'm open to any and all ideas and projects from any people, any genres, any pay rate. Lets do this!!
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: My style is indescribable. It's a true reflection of my artist name, Crazy Creepy.
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: I'd like to work with Jim Morrison and have him do vocal samples for me to use in electronic music. But the closest I've been to him was his former home in Paris and his grave monument.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't spend too much time on any one project. Don't overthink it. Don't overkill it. Don't be a perfectionist. Just roll with it and be natural- as if u were singing in the kitchen or playing for a live audience. Let your productions be true, raw, flawed human rather than stiff pieces of data.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: I work on most types of music, to be honest. My specialty has become electronic music, which was the one kind of music i could never create over my 30+ years of making music and being in bands. I have truly created my own genres using electronic music as my base. I can compose, perform, produce and master music that sounds identical to actual instruments. I like to mix it up, adding in spliced vocal samples from featured artists. I love making trip hop, rap, indie folk, ballads, soundtrack music, hard hitting dance club techno and edm, i do psytrance, progressive house, vintage rock, metal, holiday, hardstyle, deep techno, glitch, lo fi, americana, etc. I mix it all up and create something DIFFERENT.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Strong, intense communication. For the purpose of promoting myself and other artists, stirring up communities of other artists and/or fans, publicly speaking the words that nobody else would dare. To succeed in this business, one must stand out. I go above and beyond that when I'm using communication with intent.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: I bring the fuse and i supply the lighter.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: My work process is a perfect example of Chaos Theory Science.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: My studio setup varies. I do a lot of work in my kitchen. I go on site to unique locations for some projects. For example, I go to old burial grounds, "haunted" houses and locales, strange little rooms with odd decor, beautiful forests, rivers, alleys, basements, etc.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: KSHMR of Spinnin' Records/ Dharma Worldwide inspires me.