Lofi music has gained popularity in recent years and, as a fan of outsider art, to me, it remains one of the most intriguing genres. Embracing imperfections in a wabi-sabi fashion, Lofi welcomes the amateur, the outsider, the hobbyist. Thanks to the internet, these DIY musicians are able to find an audience and connect with people all over the world.
What work are you most proud of?
I’m most proud of this upcoming project I’ve got that isn’t specifically just one song or album. It’s a project all about short stories that go with each track and cover art. The stories will all connect in some way and hopefully others will enjoy its cheesiness.
What draws you to the lofi genre?
Honestly, I’m not too sure waht draws me towards lofi. The genre is very relaxing and open to experimentation which is always fun. You can’t go wrong with any music even if you think it’s super weird. The lofi community will be supportive in whatever it is.
What’s the most challenging part of creating music?
There are a lot of things that I find challenging about creating. The last thing I can think of for me is writing a nice catchy melody to make the song memorable. Other things I find difficult are instrumentation choice and structure.
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