Unveiling ‘I Can See’: An Exclusive Interview with AMILI

  1. Hey AMILI! Glad to have you here to talk with you about your latest release ‘I Can See’..

Glad to be here.

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

It came to life in January/February of this year 2024, I found these really cool vocals off splice, started chopping the vocals and messing around with the pitch and filter a bit. Made the intro a catchy build up with a transition into the verse. Added a lot of fx, synths, and arps in the verse to make it cinematic. Build up filtered in a lead sound with effects, and dropped it with ‘I Can See’ Vocals and a sick low sounding bass. From there I just made it into a really awesome sounding track.

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

What sets ‘I Can See’ apart from my latest work is the drop and timing. It has a unique big room drop to it. If someone is new to this music scene it’s a really cool track to show. It has awesome vocals and the drops are banging with a beat you can almost understand. The song almost goes from slow, almost sad, and cinematic to a big energetic drop. Twice! With really dirty chopped up vocals all throughout the track.

  1. How would you describe your sound?

My sound right now is really concentrating on the low end of a song with a really dirty low end bass sound.

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

AMILI is a DJ/Producer from Toronto, Canada, which is of course me writing this. I started making music when I was 16. 

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

I don’t have one but a few, Revolution by Diplo ft. Faustix, Imanos, & Kai – SLVR by Steve Angello, Matisse & Sadko – Payback by Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman, Steve Angello – You Make Me by AVICII – Greyhound by Swedish House Mafia plus many many more songs that I enjoyed listening too back in the day. 

  1. Who or what has been your biggest inspiration throughout your music journey?

I’d say Steve Angello just by his music and his shows. They really speak. His music has meaning to it.

  1. What’s the one activity you love doing in your free time when not making music?

Hanging out with friends, playing some footy, and some ice hockey. 

  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?

My future goals is to work with top music producers and DJs alike. Get heard more in the music scene and play at big events, clubs, and festivals.

  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?


Stream Link  – https://linktr.ee/a__mili__

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