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|Tuesday, 05 January 2010 22:19|
What the song is up readers? I am singing a new track in life. I noticed a new singer that acts on All My Children. FYI ladies his type is dangerous... So dangerous he is a bad ass singer. His sound is a little Beatles more Beejees less Justine Timberlake (don't cry a river I still dance you JT) almost James Blunt, but all Lyrics David Homyk. I listen to his freshmen album titled True Story, His music bekonds upon us.
David R Hello fool in the middle, you still singing the blues?
David Homyk Haha from time to time, 'blues' come and go as is human nature.
David R Track one hard to make a friend (my favorite track) where does that resonate from?
David Homyk That song is actually a combination of two separate and unrelated true stories. At points I'm talking to my ex girlfriend, and at points I'm addressing a management situation that I know is not working out.
David R You produce write and sing, does everything you do in life personally and professionally require you to be in control of all the roles?
David Homyk Not as a rule, but it tends to default to that. I'm really looking forward to lining up the right management-label combo who can up the anti on anything I throw on the table.
David R What is the effect you want to put out through your music?
David Homyk Hmmm... Well I don't have an agenda or effect I want to put out per se. I just allow each song to come from the unmanifested into the manifested realm through me in a process which demands attention to the whole spectrum of individual jobs that comprise the fruition of a record. That's how I ended up writing and composing, singing, playing each of the instruments from guitar and bass guitar to piano and saxophone, drum designing and sequencing, producing, engineering, and mastering all at the same time.
David R You have a middle eastern back round (halla beak) does your CD player spin any Arabic music/ if so has any part of the Middle Eastern culture influence your music?
David Homyk My mom had some awesome albums I used to listen to growing up. From the time I was only 2 or 3 I used to beg her to play them and it was always such a treat! I can't remember the artists' names, but if you have ever been to a good Middle Eastern club such as Le Souk on East 3rd St in NYC, you know how powerful really slamming Arabic tracks can be. The rest of what I listened to were my dad's Beatles records which he used to crank in the living room and dance with me to. Also an amazing treat. These are my earliest memories haha!
David R Woman are always told the way to a man’s heart is through his belly, can you give the all the ladies a blueprint to the direction of your heart?
David Homyk Also through my pants. But that's just a fraction of a total route to a man's heart which is otherwise nonlinear. The times in my life where I've fallen completely for a girl it's been so beyond sexual, so beyond "cooking skills" or any worldly pleasure that my momentum in life is halted like a whole planet that stops spinning and I'm left breathless and in a state of ineffable confusion and ironic bliss.
David R The big apple can turn into a battle FIELD. What have you shield away from the world?
David Homyk I'm pretty open, no shielding, I just stay fully clothed in public that's my only shield. Accept for today when I was trying on pants and I couldn't get a single employee to open up the dressing room so I just dropped my drawers right there in the store in front of a mirror.
David R We all of our own personally soundtrack in life what is the them to yours?
David Homyk Good question... It would be quite a diverse soundtrack to capture a whole array of experiences and true stories. Everything from Necrophagist to Ella Fitzgerald.
There you sing it readers. David Homyk is a man with many talents. He sings and the sound effects beat to your heart. His CD is on repeat on my music pLaYeR!
|Last Updated on Thursday, 28 January 2010 20:06|