Chronicling an electronic artist’s travels across the USA

I am a twenty-something producer from the Denver, Colorado area. I make music in my bedroom and I’m trying to get it out there so that someone else can hear it. This blog will be dedicated to the journey that I go on while trying to become a better producer and while attempting to network with other artists around the country. It’s just something fun for me to do and it helps me keep track of everything that is going on at any given time. For right now, I am traveling across the United States doing shows and meeting new people.

I make experimental electronic music. It’s pretty chill, so if that’s your thing you should check me out!

You can find my Soundcloud here:

Hopefully I’ll have some more stuff up soon!

I’ve been traveling the country in search of electronic music. I want to meet with new producers and see how they are pushing the boundaries of electronic music. I’ll be posting about my travels here as I go.

My first stop was in LA, where an experimental electronic artist is trying to make every sound he hears into a song. He’s got a studio set up that can record any sound and then use it as a sample for his compositions. He’s calling the project “Everything”.

My next stop is New York City, where there’s a club that only plays experimental electronic music, and encourages the audience to dance all night long. They have foam floors and walls so you can bounce around on them while they play.

I’m also planning to visit Detroit, where there is an entire underground scene based around making experimental electronic music with old synthesizers and other instruments from decades past.

I will be touring the United States in February. I first started making electronic music in high school, when my older brother showed me how to use Ableton Live. After five years of making music, I have finally decided to bring my act on the road.

I am going to be playing at small venues along the way with some local acts and visiting record stores. I expect to meet a lot of people who share my passion for electronic music and discover some new artists along the way.

In the summer of 2016, I was fortunate enough to go on a cross-country tour as an opening act for an up-and-coming producer. The experience was absolutely amazing and one of a kind, but it also taught me a lot about myself and the industry that I am so blessed to be a part of.

The tour consisted of 19 dates across the US from New York all the way to Los Angeles. We had a crazy amount of fun, but the experiences I had on the road were truly life changing. Getting out there and seeing so many different places has made me more open to trying new things, both in music and in life.

Being able to perform for new audiences every night also taught me a lot about myself as an artist and performer. I’ve learned how to connect with an audience in different ways under any circumstances, which is something that will help me moving forward with my career.

We have been on the road for a week and are about to head into our second set of shows. We are currently in San Francisco, reminiscing on the past week and what we have learned so far.

The first two shows were in New York and were great. We had a blast playing with the other artists that opened up the show, as well as those who came out to see us. New York is a great city, but it’s very easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle if you let yourself. It’s important to take time away from all the noise once and a while or you will go crazy.

After New York, we headed down to San Francisco for a week before heading out to Seattle for another show. This has given us some time to reflect on how things are going so far, and how much more there is left to improve upon. The main thing that we have learned so far is that our live set needs some work. It’s not just about playing music, but also about putting on an entertaining show that people want to watch over and over again. I think we do a good job of creating interesting music, but we need to be more engaging with our audience when performing it live.

This is something that

All men should try to learn before they die what they are running from, and to, and why.

At the moment of death, a man knows exactly what he is running from, but not what he is running to.

At the moment of death, a man knows exactly what he is running from, but not what he is running to.

In life, we all make mistakes. We all get hurt. But we must remember that forgiveness is the best form of love. It takes a strong person to say sorry and an even stronger person to forgive. Forgiveness does not change the past but it does enlarge the future.”

“The most important thing about a person is always the thing you don’t know.”

“If you want to live your life in a creative way, as an artist, you have to not look back too much. You have to be willing to take whatever you’ve done and whoever you were and throw them away.”

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