Lucid Afterlife Interview 08/10/20
MM: Can you tell us about your band and who your biggest influences are?
Lucid AfterLife is a project that I use to bring together all types of unique sounds from
different styles and genres. I center it around rock, but the play is unlimited. I love James Dio and David Bowie. It would be cool to see a hybrid clone of those guys.
MM: Where do you draw your inspirations and ideas from?
Many of my songs come straight from dreams, visions and moments of synchronicity with the universe, but some come straight from the hip if you feel me.
MM: What would you say is your Band’s favourite song?
I have been listening to Temple of The King by Rainbow on repeat this week.
MM: Any tour or festival plans for 2020?
Just taking things as they come. Booking into 2021 seems more realistic, but I’m open to anything.
MM: What can we expect from (Lucid AfterLife) live?
It’s like a ritual sacrifice that turns you into a superhuman, except instead of a goat, it’s the monotony of life on the altar.
MM: What do you like best and worst about touring?
Meeting people from around the world is really cool. Even better is eating their food.
MM: Which three Bands would be your ultimate touring buddies?
Black Sabbath, Graveyard & Porcupine Tree.
MM: What's the most memorable concert you've been to (other than your own) and why?
The Snoop Dogg concert was probably the most memorable. I was like 18. I did not have a lot growing up, so it was my first big concert, thanks to my older brother who bought me a ticket. Seeing so many people in one place was really cool.
MM: What do you feel has been your biggest accomplishment so far?
Inspiring people, putting out a vibe that gets my fans to look inside as well as without.
MM: Which are your Two favourite Albums of all time?
Heaven & Hell by Sabbath and Deltron 3030, off the top of my head.
MM: Can you remember the first time you ever played live and how it felt to have people watching you?
I think I was 14, doing a rap talent show. It was just one song, and the 3 minutes felt like 10 seconds.
MM: Growing up, which band posters did you have on your bedroom walls?
None, my walls were painted black. All you saw in my room was the lights from the turntable.
MM: What's the most important thing for the band right now?
Being genuine, connected to the authentic individual we are and expressing it through our art.
MM: If you could do a cover of any song, which one would it be and why?
Kind of always though People Are Strange by The Doors would be a cool one.
MM: Why should we buy and listen to your music?
Cause I need money for sandwiches and my music is dope.
MM: Four words to describe Lucid Afterlife
Yod He Vau He
Final Words for your fans and our readers
Stay Lucid! Facebook