I´m realistic, still I follow my mantra „Think big“. The chance my band will ever tour Germany is 1:1000, the chance my band will ever tour the world is 1:100.000.
What is the thing we stand out with? I spontaneously only know two things: a passionate bass voice and an almost unlimited creativity. Is that enough?
Every morning I rise with fresh energy and an optimistic feeling. And every workday off (due to my neighbor) I compose at home. I compose in English.
English for two reasons: First, it has got shorter words than German and more possible rhymes. Second, I have a less hard time sharing intimate feelings with my audience when to me they´re kind of „coded“.
Our band consists of three guys of which two are physicians suffocating in work, but being highly proficient on their instrument. Then me, the one who is a full time composer and recorder/mixer who does all the diligence work for the band. Having enough time.
I wish that you, dear readers, also think big for our combination = band. Practically, it is the American Dream on a musical level.
I appreciate every single one who subscribes to my Youtube channel Mister Tetzentheil or supports me on Sound Cloud as mister_tetzentheil because this means deep respect for one who still ventures making music a living, with the realist chance of 1:1000. Respect for a madman, actually 😉
Thank you for reading this all. It makes you awesome. No, you were already awesome before you read this. Otherwise you wouldn´t have made it up to here.
Look Phooly, I don´t know some crucial Hip Hop terms. This might lead to me swayingly portraying you. In terms of language.
You´re a 20 year old rapper from Atlanta, Georgia, and have a shitload of followers already. But there might be a reason for it.
I´ve tried to count your number of continuous rhymes. It should be around 20. Additionally, you´ve got your very own and consequently followed metrum (flow?) which makes you like a Godfather of Words. Of course, you got different metra, but one in your SC song impressed me permanently.
Course, you also use cusswords. But as long as you stay ok with the Lord, I see no problem in it.
See, I´m a punk rocker and still try to be ok with the Lord. Our Lord loves us all, but He might feel proud when He watches such young talents as you He created, watching them in action.
Stay blessed and onward! Yours, Mister Tetzentheil from Hamburg, Germany
Alyssa, the first thing I noticed was your pink capo. Then I heard the word „Gravity“ which sounded as processed through a chorus effect. Then I saw your fancy condenser mic.
Next, I noticed the pathos in your voice, as if you wanted to resuscitate some ghost. Then, I watched your fretboard and saw quite simple chords. But you had begun to interest me.
I overlooked your Twitter profile and saw you´re a songwriting nurse. Respect! Of course, I also listened to your pinned tweet and gave it a heart. Not without reason. You left me back wondering how a song written by you might sound.
I promise I´ll check out more of you, and I saw you post little and have quite few followers, less than you deserve. But I´m fine with the number of your likes. Now, you´re in my heart and in my brain.
Nox and her band has a cool little rehearsal room and she makes awesome music videos in there.
The drummer is tight and proficient, and he ends every number with a sweet little bow or a raise of his/her stick.
There is a bass, a keyboard (with a not less proficient player (sweet arpeggios)) and a fancy tablet on which Nox has a computer program that works like a synthesizer.
But most important: Nox´lyrics: Nox, you´re not making a fool out of yourself with these. They sound typically punk. The word „person“ stems from the Latin word „to sound through“. And you´re a REAL person. Stay as you are and let never ever someone bend you!