Today, we were fortunate enough to interview artist, Neoborn Caveman.
One of Neoborn Caveman's most popular tracks are 'She Is Not the Girl'. This is an engaging and captivating track, sure to make waves around the world. This EDM track has a raging bassline, which constantly evolves the track. The saw-like melody is diversified with various effects. The vocals are simple, yet provide the track with a compelling narrative.
Listen here - https://open.spotify.com/artist/0iKRW4b8bfLlzCnd8Xujq4
When did you realise that you had a passion for music?
Well, that's a good question. To tell you the truth, it has always been around me but it took some time to understand I won't be a good fit into a cog-wheel machine industry. So, I started to experiment with sounds and unusual ryhtms - you wouldn't believe what sawing a guitar and punching the cushion can do... ;)
Anyhow, that was very early '90s.
To put it shortly: when I got to realize the job "Bon Jovi" had been taken, it was much easier to step by step become myself.
Who are your main inspirations as an artist?
I guess it's an easy answer for many - I might be an exception...
For me, the life of the artist, the very thing he or she represents is probably more important.
I wouldn't judge though, almost everyone live up with their inner capacity to turn their life around for the better.
So, let's see: Jon Bon Jovi, mostly because what he does by giving back to the people of his community. Sting, leading an exceptionally great example of silent self-reinventions and having -as far as I can tell- high standards. There is another artist, Ben Lorentzen, whom I would highly suggest you to listen to. I am lucky to know him and that's an enriching experience. There are other local artists, but right now, they come to my mind. And Luke Bryan.
What would you like to achieve as an artist?
To show a path for the ones behind the rainbow. That there is a chance always to choose a different approach instead of -understandable- resentments and using the engergy to re-create, co-create the one's life. Yeah, I know, sounds like a bit too much but that's the reality. No one can be truly happy up until the very last one is suffering.
What is your most memorable moment while being an artist?
Long ago, after a very late night concert a guy just came to me and said "hey, I don't know what you were singing about, but I felt it totally, it touched me" - that was the moment when I first time ever felt I can help people this way. Really a life-defining moment.
Who is the biggest artist you’ve worked with?
Tell us a little more about your recent project?
This is on the one hand "The Break-up Therapy", a storytelling album from being completely lost through self-discovery and acceptance to the hope, the ultimate, universal state of love. It's a really special thing, since many genres are in it, sometimes even in the songs...
And I have started to write and record a few other singles, in which I'm talking about more about social injustice and our actions to take. Because only we, you and I can make any difference at all - there is nobody else. We have the power. These songs are more of hip-hop, at least my take of them, a new journey for me.
What should we be looking forward to from you in the future?
Some fun. I mean, I've always been a serious person, and will be but somehow I need to find a way something different. So, I'm trying, and we shall see. Check my Twitter for more.
And the new singles. Personally, the most important -and probably to only truly happy, joyous- song I've ever written is "12 Ways of Love" which is coming out in the summer - this is what I'd like to wish all of our children to live in when they grow up.
Is there anything else you would like to tell our readers?
Always remember, the things pushing you down and damaging, controlling your life are from energy. When you redirect this energy, you can really re-create yourself and your life with no special efforts. For that accept the things (it's not the defeat at all) and most importantly be grateful. And if you can't find anything or ran out of quickly from the things for you have gratitude then there is the place where to start.