Westerman - Albatross (Official Video)

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Westerman - Confirmation

Thanks for your time today! Where does this interview find you? Is there music playing in the background? If so, what is it? What music gets you instantly out of a bad mood? What is a song you are loving these days? I am in my apartment listening to Sigur Ros in my headphones. Dave Matthews was my favorite musician growing up, so that usually works to get out of a funk.

Growing up, did you always want to be a musician? Can you recall your earliest musical memory? Was there a time where you thought of doing something completely different? I wanted to be a baseball player when I was growing up. I think that changed when I was a teenager. So clearly I have always been extremely realistic in my professional aspirations haha. My earliest musical memory is of me singing a long to the Phantom Of The Opera when I was like 4 years old.

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I have a college degree in psychology, so I have thought about doing something in that area. I have always been very curious about how the mind works. Musically, did you approach this year any differently than you did last year? How has been treating you and your career? What are you most excited about for in ? Last year I was almost solely recording. And next year I hope to record a couple more songs and do some touring. I always like to ask artists about where they came from and how that city or town has influenced them as an artist now.

So how do you think your hometown has affected you and your music today? I grew up in the San Fernando Valley. Maybe since it was so hot I decided to pursue an indoor activity like learning guitar. I think sitting in Los Angeles traffic gives you a lot of time to sit and contemplate your life so that probably influenced my songwriting.

It certainly gives me a lot of time to listen to my mixes way too many times. I am super curious to learn more about how your degree in psychology has helped make you a better songwriter and ultimately, a musician?

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I think this record is heavily based on my own psychology. Not like the science part, but more like how I deal with emotions and attempt to translate them into something positive. Writing these songs has been very therapeutic in itself. Did anything surprise you about the whole process? It was amazing to see all these songs that just started with me and my guitar turn into these fully produced tracks. It also made me realize how important it was to make these songs sound like how I imagined them in my head.

It surprised me how much of a perfectionist I was at certain points in the recording process.

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What was the inspiration for this song? This was a song I wrote to myself to inspire me to pursue my own dreams. I think the attitude of the song embodies the general feeling of the EP. And the skydiving music video out now! And John Mayer long-time bass player Sean Hurley? That was probably the most fun part of recording. It was so cool to watch these guys add their mastery to my songs. What artist or artists do you think that you have learned the most from while sharing the stage and performing with them?

Who have you been really star-struck with? There are so many talented artists in Los Angeles right now that I am inspired by. My friends that play around in the area are great and really challenge me to step up my game. With the summer days over, what was something fun or new that you tried this summer? Skydiving was definitely the fun, new thing I tried this summer!

We are living in a crazy and at times rough world right now so I am curious how you think being a musician gives you the most joy in life today? Do you think that new music being created today is going to reflect these hard times? I think it gives me a way to improve myself each and every day. There is so much to music and I will never be perfect, but everyday I can work on my singing, songwriting, or guitar playing and feel good that I am better than I was yesterday.

This seems like some sort of metaphor for how live a happy life. I think there are always good and bad things happening in the world. The news makes it seem like everything is terrible, but then I look outside and it is beautiful and there are great things going on as well. So yes and no? It depends which reality artists focus on. I would like to write more songs that examine this juxtaposition.

Who are some of your favorite artists or rather, what musicians have continued to inspire you and your music? What musicians would you absolutely love to work with in the future?

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My favorite artists growing up were Dave Matthews, Outkast, and Radiohead. There are so many! Any of the bands I named would be awesome. What do you hope fans take away from your music?

Do you think that your music has an overall message at all? I hope my music leaves people feeling good after they listen to it.

The songs on this EP are pretty positive. I hope people can take that positivity and can somehow apply it to their own lives. Live your life out loud! What advice would you give to a young person who is thinking about becoming a musician one day?

So my advice would be to make time to play music every day. Making music you like is what will inspire you to keep moving forward. Is there anything else that you would like to share with our readers about yourself or your music? I guess this is where I will shamelessly promote myself haha. Be sure to follow me on instagram mattwesterman , facebook mattwestermanmusic , spotify, youtube etc and check out my EP. About the Author Leah Brungardt recently married joined All Access Music Group in August and has been enjoying getting to know a new side of the music industry ever since.

Having worked to promote radio stations in the past, seeing what makes a successful radio hit has been a thrill.

As a lover of all genres of music, working at All Access Music Group is a perfect fit for Leah, and she loves learning about up and coming musicians as well. Most of her friends have come to rely on her for new music. She roots for the Wildcats every chance she gets. Leah has been able to work at a variety of music-related jobs including several internships at small independent labels, ClearChannel Radio and Journal Broadcasting Group.

She also spent time working retail at a store that specializes in vinyl, which was a lot of fun for her. Her favorite movie is Empire Records, so that makes perfect sense.

Thanks for your time today! Where does this interview find you?


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