Welcome to the Home of Super Stars (Past, Present & Future)
Where are you from?
I'm originally from Nokomis Florida, just recently moved to Tampa Florida, since the EDM and bass scene is thriving so much more here. Looking to connect with more like minded artists and be able to connect with more people.
Describe your sound:
My sound is somewhere between future and bass. I love aspects of melodic dubstep, futurebass, and some of the wonky trap. It's amazing to me to have a combination of a beautiful chord progression and melody paired well with some left field bass sounds.
Tell us about your latest track:
My latest track, 15 micrograms, I made while microdosing psychedelics. In making it I tried to capture the essence of what I was feeling at the moment, which was a warm bliss of potential energy that was waiting to be manifested, so that's exactly what the song came out to be. There's a little bit of tension that gets created throughout it, which is accompanied by some warm bass, and an energetic high end to pump you up at the end.
Who inspires you?
Huge inspirations, Flume, Zeds Dead, Champagne Drip, and Skrillex without a doubt.
Where do you see your career in 5 years?
I'm currently starting a label and event company with some friends which we have decided to name Space Orchid entertainment, so everything is in the works for that. Within 5 years, we aim to have some festival showings, but more importantly, we aim to be able to help other like minded artists have a stable platform to be able to enter the scene and pursue their true passion in music, be it producing, or dj'ing.
Where can we check out your sounds?
My sounds are on almost all major streaming platforms! Spotify has a bit of a more limited spectrum, where soundcloud I post some more lowkey experimental type things as well. You can also find me on apple music, deezer and many others.
Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/banu-musick/tracks
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6N56PEVbUigQ8U9mjH3Laa
Tell us something about yourself that people need to know.
I could say a lot here, but I'll keep it to the point. We all go through a lot in life, and for some music is an effective way to be able to get through some times. When I went to my first show, which was Alison Wonderland, I saw how she was able to entrance the crowd into a collective group of people, enjoying the moment. I noticed, politicians, they don't do that, rather they manipulate in their favor. So, ever since I saw that performance, I decided I want to be able to make music and help bring people together, in a healing fashion nonetheless. Also, one of my songs a friend told me saved their life. I don't have a huge reach yet, so the fact the music had that power, inspired me, and if even if it was just her life I saved, that makes this whole thing worth it.