Lilith DX: Infidel Interview #17

Hello, and thank you for participating in this edition of Infidel Interviews. First off can we start of with some basics about yourself including name, age, where you live, and what musical skills you have / instruments you play?

I am from Berlin, but I had to move to another city to study music. I plan to come back to Berlin as soon as possible. Many years ago I started playing piano and this is my main instrument, my whole music is based on it. Besides I play guitar, but not very good and I also learned to sing.

How do you enjoy where you live? Is their a vibrant music community for you to indulge? Would you say you find that your local scene influences your attitude and/or creativity?

I don't enjoy this city, here is nothing. Berlin is so much better, that's why I will give my best to finish my study and come back to my home town.

After listening to your music, I have found that though your sound takes route in some genres that currently are prominent, the sound in which you have established in unique in tone and progression. Do you intentionally seek to create your own sort of sonic territory, or is it happy accident?

Very good question. I wouldn't say I planned to do so. My music is somehow the expression of my feelings. I play piano and work with many synthesizers to create soundscapes I imagined before. Maybe it's my interpretation of dark electronic music. I think it's all my influences combined to one thing. I do what I like.

You have a new release that comes out today. You have obviously worked hard and long to make this compiled release. Is there anything in particular that you would like to mention about this new masterpiece?

I wouldn't call it a masterpiece and in fact it isn't new, except for the Intro and Outro. I will release the tracks, I released on Soundcloud before, to iTunes, Spotify, Amazon etc., so my music is available for everyone and people can support me if they want. I remastered every single track and got it into one release called "Dystopia". They sound so much better now and are worth a look, even if you knew them before.