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[Texas-based] artist collective company Veridian Management will be taking reign of our systems for the following week. They will showcase the sounds, stories, and imaginations of their whole squad in the electrifying Monsoon Season fashion. We invite you to take notice across all of our platforms to find, follow, and connect with the brilliant, up, and coming management brand testing to take over the world, beginning with our storm!
With their already spiked and star-studded lineup of artists decimating their Texan region with constant releases, show appearances, and industrious involvements across the board; the ladies and gents of this hive are unprecedented. Turning heads and breaking necks is the game, Veridian Management is the name.
This is The Veridian Management Takeover Week.
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[ Pure Static: Interview ]
Q1: Welcome to our storm! For our readers and newly gained soon-to-be fans, who is Pure Static? Briefly walk us through your origin story and decision to choose your name!
A1: Thanks for the warm welcome! Pure Static is my new experimental bass/techno fusion project. I have actually been producing for about 6 years recreationally under my last project Ryno which was predominantly dubstep. After relocating to Austin, I decided to start a new passion project and take things a bit more seriously. The Pure Static project is moving in a more experimental bass (Wakaan style) with trap and techno undertones, and I am super happy about that.
As far as the origin of the name goes. I was really shooting for a techno/glitch aesthetic and was heavily influenced by deadmau5 and Liquid Stranger at the time. After brainstorming for a while, Pure Static just fit right.
Q2: Being a Texas resident must have bigger benefits in regard to music. What has been most advantageous to you in The Lone Star State?
A2: I think that the inter-connectivity of the Texas scene is amazing. I can travel to just about any major city in Texas and have connections for shows, collaborations, etc. It really is a big family here.
Q3: Walk us through your four-track Incoming Transition EP. What would you like to speak on that in means of mental and physical demand, creative process, or even inspiration behind the extended play?
A3: Incoming Transmission was the debut EP off of the project and was an experimental techno EP with one track that I would consider bass. This EP was designed to take listeners on a journey and explore how techno and bass can be blended together and taken in new directions. As previously mentioned, a lot of the inspiration came from some of my favorite techno, trance, DnB, and bass artists like deadmau5, Noisia, and Liquid Stranger.
Q4: What can your fans expect for the rest of 2020? What about anticipate for 2021?
A4: I am really excited about the rest of 2020 and 2021. We have 5 Singles scheduled for release including a couple of collaborations with some amazing Texas producers, as well as a new EP and a couple of holiday mixes. I will also be picking up the pace with live shows as well. Transitioning to something of a resident DJ at Vulcan Gas Company in Austin, I will be opening for SubDocta later this month and a few unannounced shows that I am really excited about.
Q5: Who do you see killing it in your area and beyond? Give them a shout-out!
A5: I would love to give a shout out to the rest of the Veridian artists, especially Madhatter and DRIZZ. I would also like to give a shout out to Headphone Activist who has become a close friend and is absolutely killing it right now. Also, my long-time friend Perry Wayne out of Dallas has also been on a serious come-up as well.
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