Truth is ... I have no clue what to write here. Right there. BIO ... I've had a few versions of this paragraph already and they just weren't right. I've quoted producers, rappers, wise people. I was trying to make some sense in who I am by mentioning the music production in different ways. But ... actually I have no fucking idea. ...about anything.
This whole music thing ... it's really just a way to escape reality. At least in my case. Way to forget the world I live in and somehow build my own instead. World that kinda mirrors what happens inside. World that goes by my rules. When I feel like it should be optimistic, I'll make it optimistic. When I'm down and want to let it out, it goes a bit darker.
You probably won't find here a pure examples of certain generes. I like way too many styles of music for that. You won't find here overly complex jazzy stuff that takes days to understand. I'm too dumb for that. You won't find here any skilled playing of a real acoustic instrument. I'm too clumsy for that. But you also wnon't find here any overhyped accomplishments, any fake ego or any hopeless tries to sell you stuff. Just few honest little tracks. :)
Because let's face it. Life tends to suck sometimes. Sometimes more, sometimes less. When it doesn't, you should live it as fully as you can. But when it does, it likes to make you feel you're alone in it. You're not. ...and really the only way how to fight it is to know that someone somewhere feels exactly the same way. Hence the music. That's what it's all about. :)
It took me a while, but I found out, that music is much more fun when other people are involved. :) This hobby can get pretty isolating and it can stay that way for quite a while. Fortunatelly I've been lucky enough to stumble upon some awesome people that helped me to realize this.
I used to have a rule here that I should't mention anybody as I'd definitely forget someone. ...but screw that. I'm sorry to anybody I've forgot. Here are some of my (mostly local) music friends you can (and should!) check out:
The rest of the Hvezdolet collective.
All the most active guys on theproducersforum.net.
Stephen Geisler (Seacolor)
One Drew One Didn't
And finally one of my oldest friends with whom I've got a chance to work on something cool. :)
...honestly. If you're just starting out, don't repeat my mistake. Take that stuff you've made, copy it on a damn flashdrive, find local enthusiasts and get cool musically nerdy discussion going. It requires breaking some ice, but you'll be glad you did it. :)
...and to all my friends, not just the music ones.
You know who you are.