Frontman and guitar player of Kings of Leon – Caleb – is a very attractive and talented man, but, in their latest video Walls you can see way beyond all of that.
At the beginning of the video, you can see Caleb from a far sat on a chair playing his guitar, as the song advances, so does the camera… I don’t want to spoil it for you… So, please have a look at the video and watch it until the very end.
I personally loved the song, and the video is perfect for it. Very relaxing yet extremely deep.
I’m the most Old School person I know, but when it comes to situations like the following, I LOVE technology!
I discovered an electronic duo called Joyzu a few weeks ago and contacted them via Twitter and interviewed them!
Nicole: So, please tell me a little bit about you guys… Where are you from? How old are you? How do you know each other etc? Joyzu: Joyzu is composed of two members. Carson Willms (21) is from Sacramento, California; and Quinton Pope (21) is from Denver, Colorado. We are best friends that grew up together in California, but Quinton moved to Denver to pursue some big music opportunities.
Nicole: Who are your musical influences? Joyzu: We have so many influences, it is hard to keep it short. Our immediate go-to’s are names like Porter Robinson, Madeon, Flume, Dillon Francis, Zhu, San Holo, and a ton more. They really influence our production style and what we envision our live shows to be like. Of course we love all kinds of music, but those are our electronic music inspirations.
Joyzu Ft. Olivia Reid – Like A Melody
Nicole: Do you have other jobs a part from being electronic artists and producers? Joyzu: Quinton works at a coffee shop, and Carson is a bartender.
Nicole: When you hear a song, do you know straight away that you have to/know you can do an incredible version of it and do you kind of have an idea of what it will sound like or what you want it to sound like before actually doing it?
Joyzu: All the time. Ever since we got into production, listening to music has changed. Were always analyzing songs, listening for the smallest details or trying to visualize the songs in a DAW so we can learn more about good structure, progressions, engineering etc. It kind of ruins the listening experience sometimes, because its hard to just “listen” to a song without thinking about it.
Nicole: I heard Up All Night and thought it was fantastic, is it a track of your own? How many tracks have you done from beginning to end? Joyzu: Thank you 🙂 – Yep! Up All Night is one of our original songs. That song is pretty different from what we have been making lately, but we definitely have a few similar songs to that style – were not sure if they will ever hit the public stream. We play them at our live shows though 🙂 We have 6 songs posted publically, but so many that are unreleased its crazy. We have about 5 or 6 originals that are done but havent released yet. But we are releasing one song every month this year so, you’ll hear them soon!
Joyzu – Up All Night
Nicole: Where can people hear your stuff and find you? Joyzu: Were on all social media platforms as @joyzumusic 🙂 also on Spotify! so make sure to check that out <3
“We are super open people. Feel free to connect with us on social media platforms – see whats up, show us some cool music, send us your demos.. whatever! We love hearing from everyone.” – Joyzu