Read Salt Ashes’ Interview with Music Musings and Such
Read Salt Ashes’ Interview discussing “Girls”, playing with Tove Styrke and more
Music Musings and Such recently interviewed Radikal Records artist Salt Ashes, who recently released a brand new single titled “Girls” on Friday, May 4th, 2018.
This isn’t Salt Ashes first interview with the music site; in fact, Music Musings and Such previously interviewed Salt Ashes in 2016. The writer asked the electronic singer-songwriter what she’s been up to since then:
Music Musings and Such: I last featured you back in 2016. How do you think your music has developed since then?
Music should always grow and develop with the new experiences and knowledge you have in life…I don’t know; I guess I feel surer of myself as a person now and I think that’s reflected in my songwriting and what I’m writing about.
The writer also asked Salt Ashes what childhood musical influences she grew up on:
MMAS: What sort of music were you raised on? How important was your childhood tastes to what you record now?
I was raised on a really wide range of music so, even though it, inevitably, has some kind of influence on me, I don’t think it directly impacts my writing now. I grew up on music my brother and sister listened to like Madonna, TLC; Lauryn Hill, Nirvana; Oasis and, later, discovered Disco in bands like Change, Giorgio Moroder and Daft Punk…
The media certainly loves your music. Does it give you confidence knowing so many people are reacting to what you write?!
I find it pretty nerve-racking, actually; putting new music out there and waiting for the reaction…especially when the lyrics are so personal and you’ve put a lot of yourself into it. But, not everyone is going to like it and that’s cool with me.
Read the interview in full on Music Musings and Such here.
Read more about the release of Salt Ashes’ new single “Girls” here.
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