Infidel Interview #113: MAK OTHERS

First of, just want to thank you for participating in this edition of Infidel Interviews. Could you start off by giving a little information about you to the audience? Whatever you feel comfortable with, but name, age, and where you live would be pretty standard?

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share our music, we appreciate your hard work and the time and space you're giving to us.

We are an electronic music project under the name of Mak Others:

Mak - Singer

Deville - Music producer

Valerio - Drummer

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

Unfortunately the music scene in Italy isn't that enjoyable these times, what really influence our minds come straight out of ourselves between the pure will of making music and a strong attitude.

What do you see in the near, and far, future for your creative output?

We are looking forward to leave on a tour bus and spread our music in Europe.

Do you consider yourself to be part of a particular sound or scene? What is your thoughts on the nature of genres and styles, and do you have any particular ones which you find to your enjoyment more, listening and/or production-wise?

We don't consider ourselves part of a particular sound. Our music background goes 360, from metal to electronic to industrial to punk and even rap.

Would you say that your choice to pursue music has changed your life since you started? Would you say that creativity has evolved you spiritually, emotionally, or logically?

Yes, we are all 28 and mentally disturbed.

What would you say are your favorite themes and topics that inspire you to compose? What draws you to those themes?

Mostly rage on top of all that come from the evilness of people around us, paranoia, hate and dark stuff because the world is 90% those things and we are part of it and coz of our personal experiences.

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When it comes to your musical self and your real world self, would you say that their is a separation? Do you find yourself getting into a character or mindset when you create, or do you find your music is a representation of your day to day self?

When we are on stage we feel like we can relieve ourselves fully mostly because the live show is the only moment when people stand and listen to you. But we can say that there's no separation at all, we live our music.

So much has been said, and it sometimes feel that every word combination has every been taken. As a lyricist myself I know the pain of how hard it can be to articulate something in a way that is both engaging to the audience and uniquely artist. How do you find inspiration for your lyrical poetry?

Inspiration also comes from who you are, what you think, how you live, the way you talk. You just have to be real and keep it that way as that's what people want to see the most, only in that way you can earn respect and support.