Backseat Vinyl Nate Fuller Speaks About Focusing on Music

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“I feel that everything is starting to sound the same. I miss the music that I wasn’t even born to witness. We’re bringing that back, music needs regression. ” -@BackseatVinyl

Listen to the Show
Episode #296 : A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax :
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2016/02/10/episode-296-ava-live-radio-behind-the-music-with-jacqueline-jax

Jacqueline Jax logo photoGETTING TO KNOW NATE FULLER BACKSEAT VINYL
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
Interviewed: Nate Fuller, vocalist/guitarist from Backseat Vinyl

Music Trend…
I feel that everything is starting to sound the same. I miss the music that I wasn’t even born to witness. We’re bringing that back, music needs regression.

I challenge myself…
by being over critical of our music, exposing myself to new music, and focusing on music instead of parties and friends. I think it’s important to have fun, but I’d rather have fun later. We’re young, this is our time and we’re going to take advantage of it.

Music business…
I don’t know anything about the music business, all I know is that it’s hard to get everyone’s attention, but the challenge exhilarates me. We don’t know anything yet, but that’s what we’re here for.

Social Media…
I love that it’s so easy to advertise over the social media, but everyone is so absorbed by it and it’s such a drag.

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Single versus an album…
I feel that in this current time, it’s very important to release smaller products, such as a single, because people don’t really purchase whole albums anymore due to technology advancements, unless they are a die hard fan.

I would love to have 5 minutes alone with…
Nathan Williams from Wavves. Wavves has recently become one of my biggest influences in music and I’d love to smoke a cigarette with him and chat about petty things.

Afraid…
I am most afraid of the ocean. The thought of having little power in a sea full of things that can easily kill me scares the shit out of me.

My personal definition of success…
is providing an outlet of music for our fans to express themselves to. They’ll never be alone, we’ll always be here for them.

My overall life goal is right here…
I want to play music for the rest of my life. A 9 to 5 job just isn’t me. I’ve always wanted to do it, and sever since I was a little kid I’ve always known that I could do this.

The Music…
I would say that you should never expect a defined sound from our music. We’re so heavily influenced by bands such as The Doors, Nirvana, and John Coltrane that we keep snowballing into other genres. You can expect an EP being released in the summer of 2016. Expect something that you’ll never expect.

Jungle in My Brain…
was recorded at the Spot Studios in early December. It was really fun, as a bunch of teenagers we hung around in a huge mansion in Denver, Colorado and made music for three days. Glenn Sawyer and Rich Veltrop, owners of The Spot Studios really introduced us to a new style of recording. The song itself doesn’t have an exact meaning, so it’s about what you want it to be about. That’s what music is.

We live in Westminister, Colorado…
and the music scene up here is mainly dominated by independent death metal artists. But it’s a blast up here, there’s so many venues to visit to discover new music. Going into downtown Denver is the best part, exposing yourself to the scenery is just amazing.

Social Media:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Backseat-Vinyl-574354389334240/
Soundcloud link: https://soundcloud.com/nate-fuller-203743542/backseatvinyl-jungleinmybrain-f1mst
Purchase song: Jungle in My Brain – Single by Backseat Vinyl : https://itun.es/us/i1MX_
Music video: http://youtu.be/aeX9UXOdMcY

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