02 Jan Has Your Tour Bus Ever Left Without You? Feed Me Share’s His Story
Feed Me On Where He Finds Inspiration For His Music, What Happened When His Tour Bus Left Him & More
By: Craig Caliendo
How excited are you to be playing in Boulder, Colorado today?
Over the fucking moon, absolutely incredibly excited. I do actually love Boulder ever time I play here; I had a weird experience though last time. When I got to Boulder I had the flu. While I was here, it turned into meningitis and I collapsed after the show. The next day I had to play in Denver, but I had to get a spinal tap and was put on drips. So, I checked myself out of the hospital after the spinal tap and played the show. Afterwards, I had to go back to the hospital and was there for 3 days.
Where do you find inspiration?
Good question. I try to gain as many influence from external sources rather than from just within the scene. I don’t listen to a huge amount of dance music. I make sure I have a varied palette. I would be more likely to be inspired from going to see a comedian than another electronic artist. I love video work and I am always inspired by films so directing is something I would like to do in the future.
What does your creative process look like for production?
It looks like lots of pots of coffee and a lot of stuff on the floor. Lately I have been doing really long sessions in the studio and I find it a lot easier to focus without distraction. I really like to be able to shut everything off and work. I am not a huge fan of collaborating because I am a control freak. I don’t play well with others, except for a couple friends. For me it is quite simpler to work along.
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