INZENZE Talks About ‘All I Wanted’ and About his Future Plans and Collaborations

  1. Hey Inzenze! Glad to have you here to talk with you about your latest release ‘All I Wanted’.

Hey! Thanks for having me here, I’m very excited to talk about my project with you.

  1. Can you please tell us more details about ‘All I Wanted’? How did it come to life and when?

This project’s origin is quite singular. I was actually trying to make an epic composition when I came up with the bass line, I listened to the idea and I just thought it would be better to make a House track out of it. The creative process went very smoothly, particularly the drop, I love creating vocal chops or melodies out of vocal samples, which I combined with traditional Future House elements. I had watched the 1995 Ghost In The Shell film a few days before, perhaps that’s why I decided to go for this vibe in particular. Another strong influence for this project was Daft Punk, which inspired me for the predrop and drop vocal processing. 

  1. What sets ‘All I Wanted’ apart from your previous work, and why should listeners tune in?

Well, Future house is a subgenre I haven’t tried before but I was eager to make something exciting with it, also I decided to spice it up by adding some synthwave and disco elements into the mix. I have a weakness for science fiction films and series, as you might have figured out on the previous question, for this project in particular I wanted to capture the essence of a romantic adventure in a dystopian city.

My creative process usually starts with the harmony, then the bassline and afterwards the melody, but for this case I started with the bassline and then the harmony, which delivered an amazing result on the piano chords. Listeners who are searching for a unique approach to electronic music or want to be taken into the greatest musical journey can’t miss this banger.

  1. How would you describe your sound, and what do you want to spread with your beats?

My mission is to create art that pushes people to become the greatest version of themselves. I want to motivate my listeners to be people of good through my music. Something I always seek in my compositions is to tell a story, a structure comparable to a film or a book, it needs to have several mood changes. I’m constantly adding variations that keep the track interesting and motivating.

  1. Who is Inzenze and why music? At what age did you get into music and how? 

I pursue wisdom and perfection; every new project is a ”test” in which I improve myself and my art. My artistic name was inspired by the word “incense” which has been used to represent illumination and a divine connection since ancient times. My first experience with music was when I was about 7 years old, I jumped inside my father’s truck and he showed me his collection of classic rock and disco music cd’s, I grew up listening to all the 60s-80s artists you can think about, a year after decided that I wanted to learn to play the drums, so I told that to my parents and they really liked the idea, my family has always supported my musical and academical dreams; love must be shown with actions, not with words, and my family has been the perfect example of that. My mother has given me all her love and support and my father has taken the role of ”business manager” in my journey. Family is the greatest blessing everyone should have.

  1. Do you remember the name of the first song that made you love electronic music? 

Of course, even though I already kinda liked electronic music while I was growing up, the song that made me fall in love with the genre was Calvin Harris ”Blame”. Afterwards, the album that motivated me to become an electronic music producer was ”Listen” from David Guetta. My sister gave me that album as a Christmas present, so I’m very grateful to her too for her influence in my musical taste. Another artist that heavily influenced my choice in electronic music is Cazzette, particularly the track ”Together”.

  1. Who was your source of motivation or mentor when you just started producing music?

I remember that one day when I was in high school a voice in my mind told me “Do you want to keep playing the music that other people make, or are you going to start creating your own music?” I firmly believe that was the voice of God ‘cause before that moment the idea of becoming a music producer and songwriter had never occurred to me, I got into that crossroad in life when you either decide to make a change for good or stay the same. I’m a self-taught artist, all the knowledge I have acquired has been through listening to other artists and of course, through everyday practice. I love both ”Old School” and modern music, from the old school my favorites are Toto, Journey, Earth Wind & Fire, The Alan Parsons Project, Whitesnake, Iron Maiden; and from the modern era I would say Apashe, Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Hiroyuki Sawano, Hikaru Utada, GRiZ, DJ Snake, OneRepublic and Coldplay.

  1. Do you have any hobby you love to practice in your free time when you’re not in the studio producing music?

Well, I’m an Electronic Engineer and I’m studying for a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering right now. I have always been good at math and programming, so choosing a career directly related to electronic music felt like a logical choice. I’m mostly dedicated to my engineering career, but I dedicate almost all my free time to creating my art and I wish to make a full-time career from it.

  1. Can you tell us more about your dream and future collaboration and what do you hope to achieve in the next 5 years in your professional career?

Even though right now I’m not certain of my collaborations I can definitely tell which my dreams are, I would love to play my music at the greatest festivals, also I would love to work with my favorite artists; every collaboration, especially with those who have more experience, is a unique opportunity to grow as an artist and as person. My main objective is to leave an everlasting impact in the world of electronic music. In the next 5 years I hope to have millions of listeners singing and dancing to my music, as I said before, I want to motivate and inspire the world to become a better place.

  1. This is all for now. Thank you for your time answering our questions. Where can our community find out more about your music and your future releases?

If they want to know more about me and my music, they can follow me on my social media and my Spotify profile, I release new music every month so they’ll never run out of inspiration. I truly appreciate that you have invited me, thanks for the opportunity.

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