I Was Proscribed But, I Never Subscribed (Remaining Relevant?), Why??

I like being a positive, encouraging person. Who knows how much tyme we have left in this world. My World, Your World, Our World. The Many Worlds. In the same token, I think being frustrated is healthy, particularly when you are a person who can outperform and cast light upon certain sectors of societal evolution.

I think this because you can then (if fortunate enough), empower leagues of others and become both a precedent and inspiration.

It’s not to say that you should begin by seeking your position in life this way, but, it would mean that you are ‘calling out’ to others from your true, uninhibited passions and that you are aspiring to correct a problem that can benefit many others (either in your immediate vicinity or around the globe).

My Inner Global Vicinity
And I Did Not Know

I was proscribed but, I never subscribed. I’ll never subscribe. Is it a bone to pick? No. My creations revolve around the facts of life and their direct impacts on myself and society in whole. I’m not saying I know everything, anything, or all things (even musical) however, it should be obvious when to continue following particular trends and, when to fall back completely on your own beliefs, standards, and insights.


I’m modern, NOT retro, NOT throwback


That’s one of my first pet-peeves; people, because many of them follow pop-culture mentality, they immediately drive themselves to label something based on ideas that are not their own.

The non-music example would be a phrase like, “If Donald Trump wins, I’m moving to Canada.”

First of all, my question is, “Why?”

Would you believe that most of the people who have said this to me are poor individuals that can barely afford their phones, cars, homes, computers, and kids?

I know that sounds like I’m putting elseone down but, I’m not; I’m just saying, “Hej, you’re going to magically have the will and cash to get out of town based on this one event, but couldn’t do something the rest of the tyme to get your shit in order?”

That’s how I see it.

So Music-wise, the example is something like choosing to use older synthesizers on your Songs but refraining from using modern mixing or solid-state-logic devices or auto-tune; all of a sudden, people say something like, “That’s so retro man,” or, “Cool throwback to the,” (insert_decade_here).

What the fuck?

I’m a Piano-Man and let me tell you something, I can play my instrument really fucking well (see my video near the end of this article).

I don’t say anything to anyone regarding their remarks, but it’s a tad insulting, and you have to let it go because that’s all some people either know (or know how to do).

Hell, I’m happy if people just listen.

Regardless, while you somewhat have to consider tastes and expectations, I’m going to share some A-B comparisons of my own material and that of others (maybe to my own detriment), just to get it off my chest.


Pop Music

One of mein: Click-Here (YouTube)

One of theirs: Click-Here (YouTube)


Classical/Soundtrack Music

One of mein: Click-Here (YouTube)

One of theirs: Click-Here (YouTube)


Rock Music

One of mein: Click-Here (YouTube)

One of theirs: Click-Here (YouTube)


Anyways, regardless of how you view it; I’m not fishing for compliments or even trying to point out what’s better or not etc., however, I find myself scratching my head so much nowadays that I draw blood.

Not everyone will like ‘Mein’ but, I really don’t like “Theirs”.

And Ja, surely, someone just rolled their eyes and said, “Big deal,” but, What’s a guy like me suppoxed to do?

Nothing, right?

I guess…

Just carry on until I die??

No, I should say something, and see what else is going on out there.

Maybe some of you have suggestions I’d never come to discover on my own for everything from Music to Films to who knows what.

Maybe I’m completely wrong.

Then again, I could be right…..

Who knows, who cares, who deems?

Anyhow, here is a video of me doing my thing in real-tyme (no studio tricks or magic):

STAR TREK IV: “The Voyage Home”

Close ×

for Mr. Nimoy


And now for my one cocky moment per this article…


Lastly: Let’s play, “Devil’s Advocate”

Suppose someone asked, “Can SEKRETT SCILENSCE do nowadays music, songs, production?”

The answer is: “Hell YES!”


…and…


I can do it better and, ‘I’ can make it sound similar without using any of the tools, trickery, or tomfoolery “they” are accustomed to.

I’m going to show you a currently unreleased track preview for, “Call Out” — a Russian/Orchestral Urban-Styled SEKRETT SCILENSCE Music production?

CLICK-HERE??


Come on now, YOU didn’t think I was going to talk a little smack and not try and back it up, did you?


Please visit my friends:

Sivers

Kat

Namco

And the NSA (just because I THINK they’re watching!)

Not to be confused with NASA!!

ttrobotred

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Tell the Planet! Now!!

27 thoughts on “I Was Proscribed But, I Never Subscribed (Remaining Relevant?), Why??”

  1. Wow, so you’re the one who’s playing the piano? Nice! Wish I could have that talent like yours. All I can play is guitar and violin.

  2. You like being a positive and encouraging person eh? Well good for you! The world need more people like that. Of course, it is human to feel otherwise every once in a while.

  3. In life, not everyone gets what we think. There may be some if we are lucky. Let’s just count those blessings instead if it comes our way. With regards to your music, other people’s descriptions about it shouldn’t matter much. The fact that they listened to it should be reward enough as music is meant to be heard. Lastly, that’s a nice talent you’ve got there. Thank you for sharing it with the rest of us.

  4. Music is a universal language. There’s no rule, barrier, nor sets any limitation. It just transcends among all of us no matter what particular genre your into.

  5. This is pretty deep. For someone that interprets music from deep within, my advice is just be yourself and hope to inspire others.

  6. People just want to criticize just to make you feel down. Just don’t take it negatively but take it as an inspiration. Just keep your cool ok?

  7. Getting negative comments should be expected when one posts something online. People have different tastes and preferences so one has to be prepared to accept any kind of comment from anyone. I do understand that some people are just being mean, but that does not mean you’re gonna let them stop you from doing what you want in life, right?

  8. I feel you man! All I can say is “you can’t please everyone”. There are just people in this world who prefer to criticize over appreciating. While criticizing isn’t all that bad as we can learn to improve ourselves from them, there are those who hide behind that term to justify their true intention of just being mean. Pay no attention to them. Work on perfecting your game instead. They may never stop, but so will the improvements in your life.

  9. I can’t play your video, both classic/soundtrack and rock. But THEIR videos I don’t have problem. Maybe because of restriction or something, have to change the settings.

  10. This writer is writing a bunch of nonsense. He didnt even edit his grammar and spelling. But still you got me to read this.

  11. I think labels are fine. It helps people remember you (or your music). Some mainstream musicians start this way (to gain recognition). But you have to gradually ease yourself out from being associated with something or somebody, and create your own identity. Sadly, most of them don’t evolve; they just simply stay as is because they’re comfortable with it. What’s worse is they conform to what others want them to be. So please stay true to yourself. Don’t be a sellout!

  12. You are a gifted person. Never mind the comments (or comparison or stereotyping), just continue spreading good music. Beautiful piano work, btw!

  13. There are some really great points in here about originality and how it affects the musicians pure to the instrument. However, I do have to mention that consideration for a musician’s individuality is important. If a musician considers a certain instrument or style to be “retro,” all the power to him/her! Also, I believe wholeheartedly that true knowledge of an instrument is to know its history, among other things.

    All to say, very thought-provoking article and you definitely made some great points.

  14. Honestly I feel like you´re angry with the world, I´m jocking, but seriously, you should have learned to take comments not that personally, at leats that´s my opinion.

  15. This made article made me smile. I can imagine you saying all this before and after your performance and it would be alright. Yeah people tend to compare on what they are familiar with with what the uniqueness of others. You are lucky that you play Piano, I have friends who play other unpopular music instruments and it is strange how some people react to other performance. If they don’t like your craft then they are not your target market. Cheers!

  16. I am not sure if you know that “Mein” links are not working. Although I did listen to the Message you dedicated To Mr. Nimoy and I heard Call out. It does showcase your talent and as much as I agree to your utilitarian “VOICE” but successful artists are sadly a product of moneymaking formula set by producers and media. I have seen an indie violinist break into mainstream and I hope you get your break too. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aHjpOzsQ9YI

  17. I have to read the article more than twice to understand what does the author wants .. really confused me. I can not get that points.
    I think the author just want to share everything, anything about his world, my world and our world 🙂

  18. It seems that the author is not happy about his situation not only music wise but in society as a whole. Though I cannot quite get where he is coming from. I have read the article twice now and the thing that I find puzzling is that statement ” I was proscribe but, I never subscribed” what does that mean?

    From reading this article one thing is sure he is pissed and giving up but the thing is if you are rejected you can try again right???

  19. Nice key playing. Being unique is good, but without pop culture, standout performances wouldn’t be reveled they way they do. I don’t think that’s ever going to change.

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