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Interview with Alin !
Alin joined our community from the very beginning and is currently in the first position in both the Best New Song and Best New Unsigned Artist competitions. She’s an Italian Hungarian artist that creates inventive computer based electronic dance music!
What’s your story? How did you get into producing music?
Since my childhood I’ve loved music. When I was 8 years old I learned to play guitar, that let me know people with the same passion.
During high school, I had experiences in some band and years later those experiences moved on a stage.
After that, I decided to dive completely in music and try to compose what really felt without come into conflict with someone else. So, since 3 years, Katalin/Kati become Alin, and still now I continue believing in my feelings.
What’s your musical background?
I’ve grown up with every kind of music: thanks to my parents, I’ve known old hits of 60-70 years and classical music; thanks to my brothers, I’ve known memorable rock and grunge bands; thanks to Hungary, I’ve known the folk music and 80s hits; thanks to friends, I’ve known pop-rock-disco and electronic music.
What instruments do you play?
I play guitar, piano and…computer!
How would you describe your music in one or two sentences?
I consider my music as a soundtrack: in front of you there’s a landscape or a picture and automatically your mind makes you think to a melody.
If you could cover any song – which would it be, and why?
If I could…I’d like to play and cover “Little Eye” by Elisa. Why? Maybe because it’s a beautiful, unknown and misunderstood song.
What was the first song you learned to play?
“La canzone del sole” by Lucio Battisti: every italian who wants to be a guitarist learns this song for first, because it’s composed by simple chords: A – E – D – E.
What artist(s) has inspired you the most?
I can just say that a lot of artists inspire me: who is in my musical background is my muse.
What kind of music are you listening to at the moment?
I’m listening to 80s – 90s hits!
How did you hear about Weloveyoursongs.com? And how do you promote your music?
WeLoveYourSongs contacted me through MySpace Music, inviting me to the first competition that began in Winter.
At the moment, I promote my music with the power of networks, so MySpace and Facebook.
The article has been written by Eira of Acuvi, a music blog focusing on new and unsigned music, and the people behind.
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