Trani, Anna, Ripley discussed on thebuzzr pod

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Their realized that subconsciously. I was influenced that much by her albert that i didn't even realize it until you know looking back at my own. Dna circuitry of who. I am as musician. And what was important to me in the song. Anna happened to be catchy melodies. Good song structure. That's not overly complicated and memorable very memorable. So it's coming came all full circle again and never realized how much of the old older jazz albums had has had such an influence on me. Who quite a remarkable. Thank you for sharing kevin. Your music is somewhat rebellious and unconventional. It definitely has its own sound. Why is that. Why is my music rebellious. Well it's i just. I don't conform to one particular style. And that's the that's the the signature of pyramids of mars And that's what i've been. Come to known as is that you know if you listen to appear midsummer song. There's not you know songs that they're not all the sounding. The same you've got you know certain bands who have a signature sound and if you hear one of their songs you can recognize their them immediately by their sound in almost every else thing that they put out. I mean good. Examples of that are acdc Or the tragically hip. So they've got us a sound that you just recognize with pyramids. I'm ours is a little bit different. I i used. I have different influences from different bands and those influences will will come out in songs and a lot of sars. I've written have actually been inspired by okay. So what. I'm working on new. Al may actually have a little list. Which i say know like my song ideas. It'll be like a song in the style of this song from this artist. A song in the style of this song from this artist. Or it'll be like. I wrote a song that has this quality of this song from this artist. But does this from this artisan. In you know transmute to songs into one out. That is amazing. perfect perfect example of that is my song. Mercury magni tar off edged black male if you listened to that song It's an a five five four groove And it was the is. The was the dna merging of two songs. I took joseph. Trani song unstoppable momentum. I took that five groove and that that ripley played and then i took the core progression of queen's song radio gaga and those keyboard sounds an added. I merged the two together. Why am in. That's the that's a song that i was hearing in my head. Was those two songs merged together so when you listen to mercury magnets are you're actually if as a completely new song and it is but is because i had the creative vision that i heard two different songs completely unrelated songs together as as one and so. That's that's a good example of the kind of crazy things they do. So i would say that it's my music is very It is rebellious that way. And i all alright a song. That's the style of jimi hendrix. Already on this. The style of michigan you already song style of any or ministry or or extreme It doesn't matter you. Music took a turn in the album. Edges of black. There's a a drastic change that took place during edge the black during the last half of the album and then i was reading most of my music on my signature guitar. Which is that. Qatar is actually designed by alex license of rush and he played the guitar in the late eighties on the album. Hold your fire in for those tours and so that's on. Guitar is very specific tone and whenever play guitar that guitar says something it it speaks for itself. I don't write the music guitar rates the music and then that guitar ended up rating half the album on the black wrote. The near the ambassador wrote archery and rain So in that star did the new direction of where it was going musically and my new album coming out which is cosmic angels has that signature sound and allow the direction of where it was going. The as the black is now is now. The new direction of germans of ours is going unless expand on your influences. You have very outstanding and unusual employment says that a factor songwriting. Oh boy yeah. I have a lot of influences that are affecting my music editor. More than just my my musical influences lake. I have a lot of classical influence on my music as well. My my greatest. Inspirations come from to help. Come from jazz bark antonio antonio vivaldi baroque classical composers. So there's a lot of my melodic ideas come from from classical music directly from classical music. Mike guitar playing I'm more influenced by violin music than i am. Guitar music That that's that's what tracks Is violin music. And so whenever. I hear violent melodies. That's what i transcribe onto my guitar. Or i think of my guitar if it's actually a violin. So that's that kind of influence comes in there to let's talk about star nation and that is a night is quite so long story because I am an experience and i have had continuous extraterrestrial contact since two thousand fourteen I'm i've done over sixty. Ufo radio interviews calcutta again at sixty six zero because of my ongoing continuous can contact by extraterrestrials so I speak publicly about them. And i work closely with a group. Who are there zeta from a data so the extraterrestrials. Most people are familiar with. Who were you know. They're short near gray with large heads and big. Black eyes. they The group ideal with are the ponti. Who live in a in a base under the sandia mountains albuquerque new mexico and i work very closely with them and they visit me in quite a regular basis. In fact right now. I'm staring at my pyramids omar's poster which has hand dust fingerprints of them all over it with these long long fingers that are twins long than humans in those only four fingers. They covered my entire poster with their handprints. Panchi i'm stereotype right now. Yeah they come here all the time. Hang out But they've taught me a lot of things and one of the great things that they taught me was One of my teachers ramos teeny and she said that. You realize that music can be communicated at a telepathic level. And i was like did not understand this. I didn't know as possible. And she said bull. You essentially are already doing it. You just weren't conscious of it and you can tell stories and you can we've stories and images in your music that will actually be recorded in the recording and so i was obsolete i couldn't believe it it was like it was a complete paradigm shift for.

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