Bleep loves both food and pop culture. He loves them so much that they get absorbed right into his art. Literally. Not only has he painted sidewalks with mustard, but he's led some pretty interesting experiments in the shelf-life of McDonald's burgers. Recently, he even had a show at Stone Malone Gallery in Los Angeles, fittingly titled "Eat."
Whether he's drawing demented Mickey Mouse figures , interpreting album covers from the Doors, or just drawing the wickedly imaginative images his brain 'splodes onto the canvas, he's always putting his own signature style forward.
What was your first concert?
Imma say local bands cuz the major label acts were too embarrassing to name.
Squarepusher at the Regent Theatre
First album you bought?
Usher "My Way" the single with 3 different versions on it
Last album you bought?
Was there one record that made a significant impression on you?
Squarepusher's Ultravisitor completely destroyed the way in which i thought about orchestrated sound, it will probably be the greatest musical moment of my life.
Who is your musical hero?
How important is music to your creative process?
Being a classically trained musician, I would say music is all encompassing. I hate to parrot great quotes by people I cant remember but "music is how you decorate time, art is how you decorate space."
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