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Deadmau5 had a huge impact when I first heard his stuff around 2009 #musicmoney x Idolies

Where are you from?

Bedford, England

Describe your sound:

Nearest genre is probably electro house, but I like EBM/Industrial too, so sometimes add those elements. I have loads of tracks on the go that need finishing and they're all slightly different!

Tell us about your latest track:

Free Your Mind is similar to others I've done with a catchy vocal sample. The synths were based on older style deadmau5 tracks with lots of automation of the main riff. It then goes into a more high energy drop and final section, which I wasn't sure about initially, but decided to go with it!

Who inspires you?

In the dance scene, deadmau5 had a huge impact when I first heard his stuff around 2009. These days I really like artists like Dustycloud doing bass house and Haezer for some electro filth. I also still listen to industrial bands like Nitzer Ebb, Front 242 & Frontline Assembly.

Where do you see your career in 5 years?

Hmmm, I probably decided to change my style of music and do something completely different.

Where can we check out your sounds?

https://soundcloud.com/idolies

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uDrZIkUYQU

https://open.spotify.com/artist/4XAyfhuzuNRNyujIum3GqK?si=c3u58XMaSRW7y2-tQeL9Wg

https://www.beatport.com/search?q=idolies

plus all the streaming and download sites.

Tell us something about yourself that people need to know.

I've been writing electronic music for over 20 years! Late 90' with a full on industrial project called Punishment State, then was the singer for an industrial metal band called Kreuzdammer around 2005/2007, then started a dark electro band called Kommand+Kontrol from 2009 to 2013! Also played drum pads for a couple of industrial bands and played around Europe & once in Canada! Got back into writing music around 2018 with idoLies, which is far more chilled out than my previous stuff!!

https://www.facebook.com/idoLiesMusic

https://www.instagram.com/idolies_music/

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