The most spectacularly bizarre form of communication. My main source of drug intake, as well as fructose-based products.
To perform music alongside children with special needs like me.
The world's constantly changing all the time, I don't need to do much to accomplish that!
Whenever 'Ending (An Ascent)' by Brian Eno is played on some random TV show, It always phased me what it was called or who it was made by until I'd grow older.
Radiohead, Squarepusher, Oneohtrix Point Never, Jon Hopkins, Burial, Nils Frahm
I treat crafting music like building crazy inventions, and it gives me a good buzz when I hear them working. Also playing it to friends and family just to see how they react. It's so much fun to me if it's something absolutely weird.
be adventurous, remember to be human
I feel normal, otherwise a little tensed up, making sure a set works properly, but I'm aiming to simplify my sets and gain a better awareness of the audience in the hopes of feeling more loose and feel more energetic.
By attending gigs, meeting people, giving them kudos, and sharing other music with them.
Self-confidence. In other words, learn to enter a mindset when meeting your audience and forget your problems.
Take some hints from the answer I gave on my favourite music artists, plus check out Iglooghost, Actress, HAAi, Alessandro Cortini and DJ Seinfeld. Also take note of Kora and Harp duet, Seckou Keita and Catrin Finch. I've also been enjoying "The Wild Hunt' by The Tallest Man In The World, despite his harsh voice.