Nokia had a cool online program for that in 2005 and I made a lot of short tracks on that. Later I searched for other producing things, which I can't really remember anymore. In 2006, I moved on PS2's MTV Music Generator and in 2008 I got FL Studio 8.
You started electronic sound with EDM (with 2nnt) and progressivly added more noisy & experimental touches to your sound (with Static Noise Bird & glasscarpenter). Could you explain us this necessity of going deeper into experimentation?
I have been listening to Future Sound of London for my whole life (they had a track on wipEout 2097 which I got when I was like 4 years lolol), but back in 2010 when I joined Breakbit, I wasn't really into them anymore. Then on 2011 spring, when I found them again, I got full on into other ambient too, and started working on "Unwanted". Back then I thought it will be my only ambient/noise release but apparently I was wrong!
How do you feel about the actual music scene? About the one you can find on the TV & Radio? About the one you can find on the internet?
I don't really listen to radio. But I know that 99,5% of it sucks. I don't know about internet music scenes either, but the circles where Sirona, Breakbit, DANCE CORPS etc. and affiliates are in, are definitely the most awesome. Another cool community is Ektoplazm, which shares Dub, Psytrance, Ambient etc. from many labels.
All your albums & EPs are in free download, could you explain us why you choosed to put your sound for free in the internet?
It feels wrong to make people pay for something I like to create for them. I make it for others and my own happiness, not for money, even though Unwanted and Atmospirit were both being sold for a small price for a moment. But the case was that when they got released, I simply needed some extra money for school things.
If you could work on a track with a famous electronic producer, who will you choose and for what reasons?
Tough question, there are so many. I'll name five here: Jikkenteki, Choongum, Globular, Hinkstep or Zastabuj Kopec. They are not really popular, but ridiculously talented anyway.
What are you plan for the rest of the year?
In 2010 2nnt was born, in 2011 glasscarpenter got created and in 2012 Static Noise Bird appeared, so in 2013 I must create another alias! Just kidding.I will aim to make at least one glasscarpenter release this year, and two releases for SNB, one LP and one EP.
Also one 2nnt EP is done and will possibly be released soon.
Last words are yours!
I'm eating a delicious-as-fuck swiss roll. Damn. Also tip to you not-anymore-a-kids: Stay fresh, #YOLO