I remember when i first listened to electronic music: crazy rythms, unimaginable sounds with a whole world of textures. Something like Skrillex basically. And I thought that was all about. But then I recently searched for every other electronic subgenres: house, techno, downtempo, drum and bass, etc. And one of them catched my attention: deep house. So minimalistic on it's own way, but so uplifting, a deep bass that makes you move like nothing.
In this times of quarantine, I realized that a lot of things makes us being sad, crazy, depressed. One of them, is being alone. Lonely but with sounds making us some company. That's what I like about music, being able to dance and enjoy ourselves alone without someone, but only their creativity, art and feelings converted in noise and rythms.
"Music to Dance Alone" is about that. To realize that whatever the times are, music can relieve the dark hours, the bad situations and help people. Just with that. A simple song.
This single is going to be part of my next album, which talks about this idea of solitude, depression, feelings and bad moods, that we all felt or will someday.
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I’d heard a of the songs without the context of the whole album and I just loved that weird nostalgic feel, like I’m looking back on a distant memory. But with the rest of the album it gives an incredible insight to dementia and I just think that’s beautiful. mickeyu28