Antennae kicks off the new year with his overly addictive song ‘Guardian’ and shows how flowing creativity really looks like. Read his interview below.
Describe your sound in three words please!
Deep Bass medicine
You have released plenty of music in the past decade. How do you think your music has changed over the years?
My Growth as a producer and my experiences keep influencing my sound, ever pushing me to keep growing and evolving.
What was the inspiration behind your purely atmospheric single “Guardian”?
I wanted a more chill song to start the year and saw this imagery of these owls and my mind just took me away deep into creating. My music is very visually created in my mind. Here is the video I made to it.
You also had an album out in 2020. What is the main concept of “Acid Voodoo”?
Acid Voodoo is a continuation of my original Acid Crunk style in a more modern twist. Currently we are working on remixes and have artist like Mystic State, Subp Yao and Oakk to name a few who are currently working on remixes.
What characterizes the electronic scene nowadays? Is there anything you miss from the “old” days?
I tend to not hold onto the past and try and stay in the present. I do miss the freshness of it all when the scene wasn’t as split up and people didn’t worship the djs as much.
A popular comment in YouTube below your song “Raindrops on Roses” says “I commit crimes to this song”! Joking aside, in what state of mind do you imagine people listening to your songs?
People flowing with their life being happy and genuinely their perfect selves.
How do you like to spend your time when you are not making music?
Making video and graphic art – i love to cook and enjoy nature. I also spend at least a hour a day, as much as i can, always learning new skills.
Tell us something not many people know about you!
I was a Recon Marine. The crazy training i went though prepared me to never give up on my dreams. It also woke me up to a vision of how i wanted to use music to change the world and spread love, though all the Acid i did back then, helped with that too.
Thank you Antennae!