When I started to learn to make music I found it super challenging. Sitting still at my laptop for hours on end, getting to know my way around ableton and learning how to create the sounds I could hear in my head.
Having worked in the music industry surrounded by incredible musicians for a long time, I felt huge pressure to step up. I nearly scrapped what you now hear as ‘Generation X’ as I’d listened to it so many times that I felt completely over it… that was until @djmrv stepped on to it. Then, the first track I ever finished became my first release on @toolroomrecords.
When I hear it played on the radio now, I still have to take a moment. It reminds me that the tough stuff is worth it and there are no short cuts but the rewards on the other side are endless.
Could not have more respect for this producer @djmaxinne, watching her fly over the last year has set the pace for the levels the scene is going to after lock down. Love everything she is achieving & the boundaries she’s pushing with @toolroomrecords.
Loved hearing ‘Generation X’ on #ToolroomRadio this week, huge love for the spin Max!
You can’t beat listening to new tunes late at night, in the car with the volume turned to max. Never dreamed that I would be doing that with my own music but tonight it happened. Huge shout outs to @djmarkknight for playing Generation X on this weeks Toolroom Radio alongside some of the other awesome artists on the ‘Leaders of the New School’ album. You can listen back to the full episode here: https://Toolroom.lnk.to/ToolroomRadio