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  • Writer's pictureCharles Luberisse

Behind The Lens: noaccordion

Updated: Apr 25, 2023


 

What Sport Do You Like The Most & Who Is Your Favorite Team/Player?

Horseback Riding!


Is Your Music Generally About One Person, Yourself, or Relatable? What Perspective Do You Write In (1st or 3rd Person)?

My music is relatable whether it’s written in first, second or third person. I write from all perspectives and so do my collaborators. It depends on the story I want to tell at the time. Often I enjoy writing in second person because it allows me to directly address the audience using the word “you” in my lyrics and invoking action. Other times I like to tell a story about myself but in the third person as if it actually didn’t happen to me. As if it was just something that happened to someone that was interesting and where lessons were learned.



Does Your Artistry Come From Heartbreak Or A Quest For Love?

My artistry definitely comes from a quest for love. Whenever I enter the creative space I feel present, loved and inspired. Music has helped my heart heal and it has connected me to so many beautiful souls. It’s my favorite form of meditation.


What’s Your Most Favorite Article Of Clothing/Accessories/or Electronic Which You Own?

I just got a new Mac Mini Pro. It helped me immensely in processing data when I used Adobe Animate to produce my latest music video animation for the upcoming single Smile Revolution featuring Aima the Dreamer.


If You Could Tell Your 15 Year Old Self Something What Would It Be?

Don’t worry if your parents don’t understand you. They are from a very different generation and have completely different experiences. You are the future. You are moving forward. Love yourself, love life, celebrate and enjoy.


Who Are Your Top Five Favorite Artists/?

Missy Elliott, Lizzo, Björk, Billie Eilish, Massive Attack



What's Something You’re Willing Or Already Given Up For The Music Industry & Where Can People Connect With You At?

I gave up my marriage and being a main caregiver of my teenage daughter to pursue my musical career. Initially it was an act of mental health. I had been in a toxic relationship for many years and I finally hit breaking point in 2010 and asked for a divorce. I moved out and had the time and space to fully immerse myself in music production and musical collaboration.




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