“Words. They can be truthful. They can reach you if you allow yourself to listen. And they always seem to do something to you.”
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“This album happened fast. We recorded everything in 31 days, across 3 sessions and over a span of 5 months. I wrote almost all of these songs in that bit of time so the record comes with a certain level of urgency, intensity and focus.”
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“There’s a lot of mystery to our sound. We blend a lot of styles, but it all makes sense together when you listen to the album as a whole.”
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“There is a big beautiful world of love out there that has nothing to do with sex or lust! It includes loving yourself, making space and time for yourself. It includes loving your friends, listening to them and doing the same for them as you do for yourself. And it includes your family, and your pets. And even strangers on the street! But none of these things are valued as much as the other type of love. So my advice is value those things. Start with valuing self love and go from there. See what happens.”
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“For this single, I worked with a producer named Born Soul. This was the first single that we worked on together. When I got to his studio we got right down to business. It was very organic. He picked out the sample that you hear at the beginning and put it to a swing beat. I was immediately inspired and came up with the first verse right away. We parted ways, then I went home and had the song completed within a week or so. We felt it needed something special, so I asked Jason Cherry, a bassist in Austin, to add that dope bassline. Then it was just a matter of the saxophone solo!”
Click here to read the full Q&A with Saint Spicer on Frame The Stage.
“I want people to learn to dig for their personal truths. We are all so different, and the more connected we get through the internet and social media, the more this tension between acceptance and personal truth is exposed. So I hope that I can craft my own truth. It’s not pretty. It’s a grueling process. But I think people will recognize that they don’t need to be someone they’re not to be accepted. We are all human, even the dirty bits of us, and sharing that helps people see themselves in you.”
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The Sometimes Island recently sat down with Indie Minded to talk about the music business, where he finds his inspiration, and more for their popular interview series “Six Questions With.” Check it out here.
“Upon first listen of LA’s The Sometimes Island a few images come to mind: summer, a secluded beach and the future of synthpop. The moniker of Austin-born musician, Matt Blankenship Jr, The Sometimes Island specializes in dreamy soundscapes with hard-hitting lyrical content meant to make you stop and think in the midst of a party. New EP, Bad People – released just last month – is a surefire hit and meant to be played at full volume during all of your summer soirees.”
Check out the full interview here.