Nov 9, 2011

The Lumi Experiment - Pop/Acoustic, Finland (E95)

About: The Lumi Experiment, talented artist from Helsinki

"The Lumi Experiment was founded in 2007 in Helsinki, Finland. The first EP was released in November 2010 and the song "Drunk By Noon" got a lot of international radioplay and it featured in multiple tv-productions and short films. "Drunk By Noon" peaked 2nd place on national ReverbNation charts in July 2010. The first full-lenght album "Helsinki Minute" will be released in November 2011 with ten new and fresh sounding songs. The opening track of the album "Blackout In A Hallway" is out now!!!"

1). If you had a chance to be in a movie, what movie and what part would you choose?
I´ve always been a big fan of David Lynch so I would say Lost Highway and I would naturally play Fred Madisons role.

2). Would you like to have your own radio station? If yes - What would you name it and what music would you play on it?
That would be awesome. I´d play funky tunes from the 70´s on my Phat Sound 1979 -station.

3). Name the three characteristics that you think are most important for a musician to have?
I guess one should have persistence and strong belief in his own thing. Some creativeness wouldn´t cause any harm either.

4). Does your family like your music? Do they support you?
They´ve heard every version of every song a thousand times during the writing process so I guess by the time the tunes are ready, they are already sick of them. At least I am! But seriously, their support is very important and I appreciate it a lot.

5). Please share with us your first experience on stage. Where was it and how did it go?
My first gig was back in junior high. I don´t remember being nervous, I was just like "Wow! This is greatest thing ever!". I felt like a rock star when the audience was singing along (we played some well-known cover songs) and supporting their friends who couldn´t play too well. Ah, nice memories!

Listen to: The Lumi Experiment - Blackout In A Hallway




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