When you press play and you can´t stop listening everything has been done in the right way. We had an insightful chat with the fierce talents about how important winning an award is for them, passion and how they reset in order to be creative again. Catch them at the Sturm und Klang Festival on 8th September in Mödling.
“I’ve been thinking for months now how to dive deeper within myself to reflect in my art. With that, I have asked myself a range of questions, tried to step out of myself to really see other’s perspective and really just allowed myself the space to remain honest about my process. One of the biggest questions I receive from my audience is, “why women?”
“A moment with ourselves”, is an incredibly inspiring short film shot in beautiful spaces and parks of the city of Santiago de Chile, which invites us to break with the routine in the context of the maelstrom of current social life, in which the human automation and anxiety sometimes become distressing.
There are moments in life that shape one for the way forward. Danit‘s family came to Israel from Morocco. It was not always easy. Writing has become a way for her to deal with the hurdles. And maybe to turn them into something beautiful. Danit is now studying psychology, loves animals and is committed to change the society.
“My new album is about self-discovery. I think that’s what it’s all about. Really starting to connect to myself.” Meg Myers is the real deal. After a successful debut with her first full-length, “Sorry,” the alt-rock songstress took to the studio with producer Leggy Langdon to make what would become her latest, “Take Me To The Disco.”
Two years ago the 22 year old Brazilian singer Nonô moved to London, focusing on her musical career. Now she just released her debut single “Bite”, that is about embracing some wrongs you do in life. In a world where everyone is trying to portray the perfect picture of themselves this sounds so refreshing. Just like the sound of Nonô does as well.
“Love is different for everyone. For me love means you have an unconditional relationship… with whatever that is.” Cautious Clay aka Josh Karpeh is a 25 year old artist, producer and multi-instrumentalist. His music blends brilliant R&B, hip-hop, and experimental indie, his productions are dark, thoughtful and engrossing- tying in with his soulful vocals.
Enjoy a stunning set starring Elsa photographed by Barcelona based José Piña. “When I met her, she was eating an ice cream. We rode for 30 minutes along abandoned landscape to find this place. A huge field in the middle of nowhere, far enough from the civilization. The music started. It got magical.”
Today for some reason I feel that I should think about my artistic journey. I try my best not to focus on the growth and mainly focus on developing, because the world is ever changing and so is art. ““I completely forgot how personal art is and if you loose yourself, you can loose what art means to you.”