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Interview: Thexele – 'Music from the Soul'

August 24, 2023

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Hey, super nice to have the chance to chat with you. What have you been up to over the past year in this big old mess?

Hi, It’s a a big pleasure for me as well! Over the past year I had studied online and was graduated as a Sound Designer. I also wrote several new songs, and renovated my previous musical works that were subsequently released as an album.

I’m very interested in how you started your adventure with music, and did you know from the beginning that this is what you wanted to do?

Yes, it was the case for me. I’d been dreaming about it. Sometimes you do not understand why there is a desire and craving for this or that type of craft or art, but this is what you already have inside. So it has always been with me. I had wanted to be an artist from the very beginning. I started to write poetry at around the age of 7 years old and later I started composing my own music using a digital piano.

Congrats on the release of ‘Music from the Soul’, the album sounds great. What was the inspiration behind it?

Thanks! I listened to Enya and Robert Miles records a lot when I was a teenager, I think they had influenced this album. BTW, almost all the tracks were written naturally during one of the most interesting and inspiring periods of my life – pregnancy.

What’s your favorite track on the album and why?

It is really hard to choose only one track, They are all unique in a way and have a meaning to me. You see, it took seven years from the inception to the official release of the album. My taste in music depend on my mood, this album just demonstrates its variety – from light and carefree to epic and dramatic, like a swinging of the mood of life. I recently posted a video for the “Timeless” track on my artist’s YouTube channel and it’s one of my favorites.

What are you doing to ensure you continue to grow and develop as an artist?

I listen to as much quality music as I can. From time to time I take education courses bout various aspects of music and music business. I also like taking about business stuff with other artists as well as making conversations with record label representatives.

What should we expect from your next releases in terms of style and sound? How different are they going to be compared to your previous works?

I will surprise you with the upcoming single release “Forget Our Love (Remix)”. It will be completely different from what you have received from me before. But in general, I stick to my soothing style of pop music for now.

If you could perform at any venue in the world, where would it be and why?

It doesn’t matter which venue in the world to perform, the most important thing for me is the people who really love my project. Demand creates supply (smile), and supply creates demand. So I’m open to any proposals to perform in any town.

Interviewer Becca McWilliams, LITN

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