Infidel Interview #129: Vertigo Shock


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?

My name is Saehwan Lafayette Koo. I am 101 years old. We are based out of Los Angeles CA. Ive been in LA for about ten years now but grew up in Texas and Louisiana.

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?

Living in LA has its ups and downs but for the most part I love this town. I have grown as an artist and person since I moved here. The music scene here is very diverse and strong and it has fueled my creativity greatly. Maybe I'm absorbing the Earth's energy from the fault lines. Lol

What does Vertigo Shock mean to you guys in 2018? And how does that compare to what the project meant to you guys when it was formed?

Well for 2018, I will be releasing our new album and will be performing aggressively. I took a few years off to record our new album. There is really no difference from then and now as far as what Vertigo Shock and music means to my crew and I. I always move forward and leave the past where it belongs.

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?

If any genre it would be Alternative, we don't really see ourselves falling in a specific category as our music will say that. But personally I love having a diverse crowd and people that enjoy multiple genres as i do. I can really say I have a specific genre of music i enjoy, just whatever feels good at the time. I can wake up to The Cramps one day and other days I'll have Beethoven playing in the background.

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?

Of course its changed me, music will always change and grow and is endless.

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When it comes to your musical self and your real-world self, would you say that there 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 d