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Updated: Dec 7, 2023



Hey Prophectical, can you tell us a little about yourself and how you would describe the music you produce?

Hi! I'm a student and I make music in my free time under the alias Prophectical. I am a very introverted person and I had been looking for a way to express myself freely until I discovered music production. I feel making music is the only way I have to convey what I feel and think without limitations, words are often misunderstood or misused, whereas music is pure emotion, and my music is just this: emotions I am feeling at the time of writing that specific track. I mainly write midtempo bass music, but I don't really like to conform to a single specific genre as I just vibe with the flow!

What do you think is important for a producer just starting their career?

I think whoever starts getting into music should try and learn as much as possible, listen to music as diverse as possible (because inspiration comes from everywhere, even if you're not expecting it to be there), and don't be afraid to ask for feedback. Of course the first tracks starting producers make won't be as good as the ones they'll be making in a year's time, but growth is only possible through confrontation with others. Plus, we've all been there! So yeah, keep as much different sources of inspiration as possible, ask for feedback more often that you feel is right and learn as much as you can.

Can you tell us about any big projects you’re working on currently?

For sure! I'm working on an EP, which will drop this coming April, and a collab with my friend @Demjz which will be dropping this March! You better not miss these. Apart from these big things I've got a couple singles I'm finishing up and some collabs too. During the summer holidays I also want to get my YouTube channel started, record some tutorials maybe!

What artists or labels do you follow for inspiration?

Oh, a lot. My favorite band is Interpol, I don't think I spend a day without listening to a track of theirs. Then I really like Radiohead and Fontaines DC, Rammstein and System of A Down too on the heavier side. As for electronic music, I really like Rezz and 1788-L, 2015 Porter Robinson, Madeon and k?d.

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