Music producer-DJ wants to work with someone else, but says everything is controlled by music labels and giant companies in the music industry
Music producer-DJ Nucleya recently performed in the capital and stunned the audience with his sleek beats. Excited about doing live gigs again, he says, “I have missed it! I’m really glad we’re back, meeting new people, being able to play new music… I’m not doing shows every week, but it’s good to be back on the road. ,
Scroll through his discography and you’ll see many collaborative projects, as he finds it “a great way to learn more about music and creativity.” However, Let’s Nacho (Kapoor & Sons; 2016) music producers say that the industry’s “numbers-driven” mentality is often a deterrent. “In the music industry, pretty much everything is governed by the music label. You can connect with any artist only if your numbers match… I want to work with people who are creative. Just like me, big actors or small,” says Nucleya, whose real name is Udyan Sagar.
He also tells us that last year, he couldn’t finish his track with singer Arijit Singh: “What I envisioned for the song never happened, so I dodged it. It’s not because of Arijit Singh.” . He turns everything into gold. I want to be 110% proud of the work I do. I just didn’t feel it with that song… Maybe I’ll finish it and this year it’s on the album I’ll put it in
Continuing with electronic and bass, he remains true to his unique musical jargon. Ask her about it and the 42-year-old said, “I always look for something unique. If I want to make electronic music, how do I make it different? Recently, someone close to me asked me this: things What’s the need to make a difference? I didn’t have an answer for that; I still don’t.”
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