#BecomeMajor is a call to all music industry creatives to stand together and connect on a deeper level by building relationships and networks that can help each other grow and inspire. We’re committed to standing with artists to help get them get to the next level by providing them as many tools and education as possible to help them become bigger than anything a major record label could ever provide.
We continue our interview series with Convulsic.
Who is Convulsic?
Dubstep and electronic music producer and DJ from San Diego, California.
How would you describe your style in terms of music and appearance?
An intense blend of perfect contrast.
If you had a wish for the music scene, and in particular how independents revolve around it, what would that be?
I want artists to see that you can make it in this industry by helping others.
How important do you think image is vs. the music?
I think your music is your image, and your image is your music. Fans, labels, and other artists will paint a picture of you based on either of these.
What are you doing in your day to day to try and #BecomeMajor?
I have immersed myself completely in music. Every activity, conversation, and connection revolves around continuous advancement in my musical career.
What makes you different from other artists doing the same music?
Passion. I truly love the music and want to share it with everyone. I put everything I have into every song and live performance, and people can hear that level of drive in your music.
How does the movement of #BecomeMajor influence you?
#BecomeMajor has empowered me with the knowledge that so many artists from all over the world share my passion for music, and work as hard as I do to take it to the next level. This motivates me to push my own limits even further.
What is your overall goal for your music career?
My overall goal in my music career is to make people happy by doing what I love, and bring as many people as I can on my musical journey.
Do you believe that the independent music scene can overcome major artists?
I feel that Major artists and independents can work together to bring a new movement through music. We have a unique opportunity to connect through something greater than any single person.
What about being an independent artist do you like?
I enjoy being able to connect with people who genuinely love my music.
What is upcoming for 2015?
An album release, some big concerts and tour dates, and some surprise collaborations. 🙂