Bellow you will find an interview with psychedelic music purveyor “Anon Mess Age Sage”. Anon has toured the US and performed in Russia as well as a notable performance at the house of blues in Chicago. You can contact Anon on twitter.
Q: What do you consider your greatest musical achievement?
A: So Far, Getting To Tour The United States, And See A Little Bit Of Russia. Did A Show At House Of Blues In Chicago I’m Proud Of.
Q: How long have you been writing music?
A: Anon Mess Age Sage Exists From September 2016. Before That, I Had Many Ideas Swirling In My Head, With Little Idea To Put Them To Use.
Q: What was your first musical experience that inspired you to play your instrument?
A: I Used To Do Poetry Readings And Troll On Message Boards. I Was Creative, So I Got A Keyboard And Talked A Friend Into Driving From Chicago To Pittsburgh To Start A Band. It Worked.
Q: What is one piece of musical tech you could not live without?
A: My Voice.
Q: At what age did you start playing music and why?
A: Pretty Much September Of 2016, But Right Before I Did My Own Experimental Music. I Told My Friend It’s A Shame How Low The Bar Is To Be A Popstar These Days; He Said He Believed I Could Be Bigger Than All Of Them, With Extremely Dark Edge. So Anon Mess Age Sage Was Born.
Q: What is your advice to the young aspiring musician just getting started today?
A: If There’s A Will To Do It, It Will Be Done.
Q: What projects do you have coming up later in 2018?
A: Experimental Short Piece, Preceded By The Greatest Album Of All Time. I’m In The Process Of Crafting The Most Comprehensive Album OfAll Time. It Explains Who I Am, Why I Came To Be, And My Relation To The World. But It May Be Out In 2019. Besides That, Bigger Venues, More Fans.
Q: Of the albums you have recorded so far, do you have a favorite?
A: The Only I Have Out Is “Too Whom I May Concern.” It Was Meant To Be An EP, But Grew Bigger.
Q: What effect and focus do you think music should have upon politics and world events?
A: Music Is The Last Vestige Of Realness In The World. So A Totally Profound Effect.
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