The Electronic Music Band, Every Song Is A Story


The Electronic Music Band, Every Song Is A Story: We talk about the inspirations and how having specific stories and tales to tell through the music makes a good band.

We talk about how we were inspired by other great bands and what it is like to be a band based in Switzerland and the US.

We also talk about:

How inspiration can come from anywhere.

How having a specific story to tell makes a good song.

The inspiration behind our new single, “Call Me.”

What it’s like being an electronic music band that is trying to stand out in a crowded genre.

Our future plans for the next album and how we will continue to make unique songs with unique stories.

The Electronic Music Band, Every Song Is A Story: We talk about the inspirations and how having specific stories and tales to tell through the music makes a good band.

I am an electronic musician and I have been making music for 20 years. The best advice I can give is to never stop creating. Don’t be afraid to put your work out there, as long as you’re proud of what you’ve created, somebody out there is going to like it.

The most important thing is to keep creating. Even if you don’t think what you’re doing is good enough, or even if no one else seems to like it, keep creating. It’s the only way you will get better at what you do.

There are certain bands that have a distinctive sound that you can almost tell it’s them without having to even look at the name. The electronic music band is one of those bands. And when you listen to their latest album, “Escape,” you’ll hear what I’m talking about.

The Electronic Music Band is a group that has been around for a long time, with its own unique sound, but never really made it big in the mainstream world. They’ve always been an underground group, but with the release of “Escape” they are finally starting to get some recognition from mainstream audiences.

It’s not hard to understand why this is happening; the songs on this album are all very different from each other and each song tells a story that is unique and sometimes haunting.

The opening track “The Dream” is about a man who has been dreaming about the woman he loves for years, but she never comes back to him. He falls asleep every night hoping that he will wake up and she will be there waiting for him, but it never happens.

So he spends his nights dreaming of her while she spends her days dreaming of him. It’s a beautiful song that has a dreamy feel to it which fits perfectly with the lyrics and vocals.

A band is a collection of people who “get” each other. Each person in the band understands what the other people are trying to accomplish artistically and personally. This is why bands often consist of people who have known each other for years, if not their entire lives. It’s also why musicians who have played together for decades have such a strong bond. You can feel it when you hear them play.

The story of how a band came to be is often an interesting one, but it’s rarely the real reason why they stick together. The real glue is their shared belief in the music they’re making and their unique ability to express it through their instruments.

When you listen to an electronic music band, you can tell that they’ve put a lot of thought into how they want to sound. They know what they want to say and how they want to say it. It’s that kind of focus that turns a good band into a great band.

It doesn’t matter how long a band has been together or how many shows they’ve played; if there’s no sense of purpose, then the music won’t mean anything to anyone.

Electronic Music is a kind of music which uses electronic devices to make sounds. It began in the 1900’s and has quickly become one of the most popular types of music today. Electronic music can be anything from ambient to techno and everything in between.

Electronic Music bands are bands that use electronic instruments to create their music. Some examples of these include: Daft Punk, Kraftwerk and The Chemical Brothers. They usually consist of one or two people who use computers, synthesizers, samplers and other devices to create their music.

Electronic Music bands often have a story behind their songs that you can hear in their lyrics or even just the way they play their instruments. Some examples include: The Prodigy, LCD Soundsystem and Radiohead. These stories are not always easy to find but they are there if you listen carefully enough!

The reason why electronic music has such an impact on listeners is because it’s so different from other genres like rock, pop or hip hop which tend to have predictable sounds every time you hear them played live or on CD/MP3 player etcetera…

I think we’ve been fortunate in that people have always come to our shows and they’ve got the idea.

They’re in the right frame of mind, they’re not looking for a pop concert, you know? It’s a more immersive experience where you can close your eyes and feel like you’re transported somewhere else. And I think the visual aspect is part of that too.

What we try to do is tell stories with our music and make them interesting so it’s not just a straight-ahead dance show. My wife [Chantal Passamonte] writes all the lyrics and when we write a song, we usually try to create some sort of story that goes with it so it gives it more depth.

We want to make sure there’s something for everyone to enjoy. We’re very fortunate that we have such a diverse audience and we want them to come back!

If you want to start a band, don’t. It’s a terrible idea. Even if you’re doing it for fun, or as a hobby, don’t do it.

If, however, you’re like me and you have absolutely no choice, then here are some things to be aware of:

– It’s going to be expensive. You’ll need to rent or buy rehearsal space. Buy equipment and instruments. Pay for recording studios when needed. Pay for gas to get from place to place.

– It’s going to take a lot of time. You’ll spend hours in rehearsals and recording sessions that most people aren’t willing to make sacrifices for.

– Your friends and family will suffer because of your dedication to the band and they may not understand why you can’t go out on this night or that night because there is a gig/rehearsal/recording session that you need to attend — which leads me to my next point…

– You will have little time left over for relationships, social life, other hobbies, etc., so there’s a good chance you’ll end up pretty lonely and depressed if this is all you do with your spare time.

– Most people won’t care about your music; they will think what


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.