Apr 2, 2019
We don't realized it, but everyone has made art that genuinely
touches another person. For example, my kid has drawn stick figures
of our family that made me feel joy and pride. But there aren't
many people who have created art that has touched thousands
potentially millions of people.
I tried to keep this in mind when I interviewed Russell
Manaloto, songwriter, musician, and music producer, notably part of
Faspitch and Urbandub. He's in the rare situation of having many
people paying attention to his music. I tried to get a sense of
what that is like.
When talking to Russell, it's easy to sense his love for the
craft of music. He can talk for hours about songs, the intricacies
of gear, different sounds, and the philosophies in music. I'm happy
to report that we did just that.
In this episode, we talked about the decision to be a full time
musician, how he became part of Faspitch, how domestication was a
huge challenge when they moved to Manila, and many more.
Enjoy the episode!
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