ashwineacharya

Ashwin Acharya, 23, Homme, Australie
www.youtube.com/ashwineach…Dernière visite : août 2014

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  • SmoshLuver

    Thanks for accepting !)

    18 mars 2012 Répondre
  • Rinzura

    well its a nickname, my real name is maurice greetz from germany (Y)

    9 mars 2012 Répondre
  • Kristixoxo

    Haha yeahh I guess we do have a bit X] I haven't heard of those sooo ill have to check them out when I get the chance X]

    6 août 2011 Répondre
  • Kristixoxo

    thanks :D uhmm. i dunnoo. i love tool and a perfect circle. but the rest of the stuff i listen too looks liike its pretty much completely different from what you listen tooo XD

    1 août 2011 Répondre
  • PikkolaPunk

    hey! sorry for the late reply!! are you starting scrobbling?? btw, where do you live in Australia cuz I wanna live there :)

    30 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • Kristixoxo

    heyy. nice to meet you :]

    20 jui. 2011 Répondre
  • TheCalamity_

    hehe , okay. well that depends on what kind of music you're listening to, or what kind of music you WANT to listen to ! :)

    28 juin 2011 Répondre
  • maaaaaaaaarry

    aaaaah, thanks! I think Billy Boy On Poison may be something you like

    31 mai 2011 Répondre
  • TheCalamity_

    thanks for the request (:

    31 mai 2011 Répondre
  • vanilladreams

    wow, you're musician? really cool :D have you your own band or something? :)

    30 mai 2011 Répondre
  • panuki

    thanks- will most definitely give it a try :)

    30 mai 2011 Répondre
  • ely37

    Sii, en español es mejor :P Hmm no conozco a Seal, ¿que estilo de música es?.. No estoy en la secundaria, en 2do año. ¿tu que haces?

    27 mai 2011 Répondre
  • vanilladreams

    I'm student. I study tourism :P and you? :)

    23 mai 2011 Répondre
  • raddarany

    :D

    22 mai 2011 Répondre
  • ely37

    Hahaha xD sorry. My English is fucked. I'm from Argentina and I speak only Spanish :P I wanted to say get lucky..

    21 mai 2011 Répondre
  • maaaaaaaaarry

    acc :)

    20 mai 2011 Répondre
  • martsusixx

    I'm fine, thanks. And you? :)

    20 mai 2011 Répondre
  • panuki

    very low, but i'd love to open my mind :)

    19 mai 2011 Répondre
  • martsusixx

    hey thanks for the add!

    19 mai 2011 Répondre
  • ely37

    haha ok ^^ check this The Script - For The First Time; The Script - If You Ever Come Back; Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire.. like u punk? Blink 182 - Adam's Song.. Then tell me if you like.. Lucki boi :)

    19 mai 2011 Répondre
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À propos de moi

I am a pianist, composer and original singer/song writer. I've been playing for close to 15 years, casually jamming for over 10 and officially writing and performing my originals for a little over 5..

"The music is all about love, but there is a time to be reverent and a time to rebel. I don't think it is honest or beneficial to anyone if I pull my punches..." [A.A. Rockhampton Morning Bulletin, March 2011] ~ Я Ξ √ Ω L U T ↑ ☼ N ~

"... I appreciate that there is a time and a place for everything, and that people express themselves differently as a result of their background, experiences, etc. In a multicultural world, and with this post-modernistic dogma thriving at the moment, everyone wants to be heard. [...] I am listening. [...] The music was originally simple, piano-based hard rock. But the project has grown to draw off of ethnic classical styles from around the world, as well as contemporary genres like Jazz, Funk, Soft Rock, Hard Core, Metal, Hip Hop, Gospel, Blues, Rock'n'Roll, Folk, Techno, R&B, Reggae, Indie, Psychedelic... The list is literally infinite! [...] With all this said, the music is really "nothing special." [What I mean by that is] it is my art. I put a great deal of effort into it, and I derive an enormous amount of pleasure from it... but 'it' is not what the focus is. [...] it is simply a vehicle or an envelope or a banner for something much greater. The message [...] What is the message? You will have to listen and find out for yourself!" ~ Ashwin Acharya [09/01/2011].

"I never took a conventional approach to my playing. I played by ear, and taught myself the majority of what I know and can do by playing what I liked (which, at the time, was not Classical. I do love Classical now, but ironically cannot play it very well because I decided not to learn it while I was being taught).

Musically [personality-wise], I identify as a "rocker". But [genre-wise], I refer to myself as a Contemporary World Fusion artist, a Fusion Artist, or better still, an Artist... since genres only segmentalise what is essentially just music!

What I like:

I like anything original. As a rule of thumb, this generally means nothing that was a hit from 1999 onwards. Art is supposed to be creative. Art is also supposed to be honest, like a beautiful, critical self-reflection (or reflection on someone/something else). I don't have much respect for music that is all about drinking, dancing, partying... I think when people listen to it, it kills their ability and lessens their capacity to think. In fact, I feel it might even be designed for that purpose. But that is another story I won't get into here. I like what is unique, and what hasn't been done before. To some degree, this even includes music which sounds, for lack of a better word, unmusical. At least they took a risk in expressing themselves honestly as individuals, instead of regurgitating the same riff, melody and theme as countless other 'artists' before them. I like superb musicianship, singing, performance and/or lyricism. This one can overlap on top of things I don't like, and redeem them a little. If, for example, an artist who writes terrible lyrics has an incredible voice or is ridiculously skilled on the guitar (or visa versa), I can respect the good for its goodness, and acknowledge the bad for its badness. Finally, I LOVE "the revolutionaries". These are the people who effectively "changed music forever". This is what I love to see in music, and it's these people that inspire me the most, irrespective of their genre or style.

So, what is my music like?
... that's a good question.

The long answer is: "I'm a fusion artist. I try to draw together as many genres as I can in my music. I try to take elements from everything: hard rock, soft rock, progressive rock, heavy metal, grunge, classical, jazz, ragtime, swing, bebop, soul, jazz, funk, latin, ethnic, celtic, country, folk, hip hop, roots, reggae, gospel, disco, house, trance, rave, big-beat, broadway, experimental, spiritual... the list is literally infinite. However, it's more delicate then simply 'throwing them all into a blender, and pouring out the slush'. It is, after all, an art; something that you should never rush. Some styles naturally fuse easily (e.g. folk rock, (classical) glam rock). I recently learned that rock itself (or rock'n'roll, the ancestor of modern rock) was the combination of Country Western and Black American Blues in the 1950's which, by the way, caused a musically-propelled cultural revolution. It changed history. Other genres seem harder to mix (e.g. trance blues, big beat and bebop). However, I believe if you can imagine it, and hear it in your head, there has to be some way that you can create it. Otherwise, you would not be able to hear it. And, I am the only person I know who can hear everything fused together. Thus, I figure it is my obligation to bring it into being. I don't know when it will reach that stage, or if it ever will, but I know that my style is growing and changing everyday, and that is living testimony in my eyes."

The short answer (I hope) is: "It sounds like music." [March, 2012].

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