About: Great Deal of Noise
These guys are lucky ones, in my memory they are the only band appeared in two episodes of the podcast in a row. After their first feature in ArenaCast they made a great jump in our charts and Fritz decided they worthy to be featured in the podcast again. So here we have a new Q&A with the Canadian adepts of classical electronic music - Great Deal of Noice!
1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
Keep creating/playing music with the same energy and enthusiasm. Most importantly, being able to share this with fans, and doing that on a larger scale would be even nicer.
2. Can you name some peculiarities that define the music scene in your town/country?
The Montreal music scene is being influenced by both Europe and our neighbors to the south, the United States. Also, Montreal being Canada's bilingual city (french and english), is obviously giving the local music scene different flavors.
3.What do you think of episode 104? Which of the other featured songs do you like the most?
Once again, good bands and quality stories by Dj Fritz... we need more of his slices of life. Really liked Capkins (is it just me or the singer's voice sounds a bit like Arcade Fire?) and Rebel Soul Collective.
4.Do you have any other interests besides music?
Depending on who you talk to, it ranges from squirrels to hockey. We also have a common interest for "le 7iem art"... not only we love watching movies, we are also involved (at different degrees) in the local community cinema, documentary and television world.
5.Please share your nearest plans. What are you currently working on?
Basically focusing on our next show (march 2nd), for which we are finishing new songs and creating cool visuals. We are also psyched because we started working on our very first video for the upcoming song "Never Miss"... it's going to be a weird (but cool) one for sure!
Listen to "Love Is Just A Sound" in ArenaCast E104
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