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I<3Orcs - Dreamcast.mp3

We have an artist from California, U.S. I<3Orcs who originally came onto the scene as a rapper, but recently decided to create an alter ego to let his production skills speak for themselves. As it's his debut album the tracks farinaceous and to the point, as displayed on these two tracks.

So, recently, we had a submission on Groovers by I<3Orcs. “Dreamcast.mp3” is a 90s influence, west coast style track from his album “Startup & Dreamcast”. The track is such a beautiful, rhythmic and jolly feel vibe song.



We had a chance to have an interview with him, so here it all goes!

Our first question was,

— How did came up with this album, and what was the thought process for it?

He replied- “The process of making this project was fairly simple. I was sure that I wanted to release two tracks that demonstrated my versatility as an artist while also fitting nicely together. In the end I came up with two chill tracks, one going all in with electronic sounds, and the other being much more acoustic. They both take some inspiration from the Sega Dreamcast, although I'm not sure how exactly

Just a piece of art, unique and real talent!

So, the next question was,

— What first got you into music?

He replied- “I got into music very young, as my parents were huge music lovers, and nothing has changed since. As a child I was shown West Coast legends such as Snoop Dogg and Warren G as well as older classics like James Brown and George Clinton

Snoop Dogg and Warren G are just living legends!

Moving to next,

— Which artist inspires you the most and why?

He replied- “While it's difficult to choose any one artist I'd have to say George Clinton. He was able to evolve as the years went by, embracing new styles as they showed up, and overall steering the direction of music. Also, his sense of style and creativity is truly iconic to say the least

George Clinton is one of most influential punk pop artist + for his outlandish fashion!

So our last question was,

— Any final words for our reader and people listening to your music?

He replied- “I'd simply like to thank everyone for listening, and encourage anyone considering making music to go for it. You never know how far you'll make it, and whether you get a million listens or only two, the experience is worth the risk

We loved and enjoyed your song so much and so our audience will too!

From here, we end our interview with I<3Orcs, “Dreamcast.mp3”. If you guys like 90s Crunchy drums and dreamy synths cover my tracks in a mystic haze, then we promise you won't be disappointed.

Lastly, We would like I<3Orcs for giving his time to us with this beautiful album.

You stream the album “Startup & Dreamcast” by clicking here.



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