Autorub’s Artistic Evolution: The Miss Mace Mixes (432hz)

Singer-songwriter Michael Corn, also known as the mastermind behind the music project “Autorub” combines indie rock, soul, and pop in a way that is distinctly his own. The musical genius recently released this hypnotizing two-song EP called ‘The Miss Mace Mixes (432hz),’ the mesmerizing, ‘Miss Mace 432Hz,’ and the electrifying, ‘Electronic Dance Mace 432Hz. ’

This, together with fun and groovy melodies that characterize most of the songs, might be the reason why Autorub’s tracks are so different from the vast majority of other tunes. But that is not all – the EP is in 432Hz key, a frequency, which is said to put out more of a natural and harmonious sound when compared to the traditional tuning of 440Hz and it gives Corn’s excellent music even more insane richness.

The man behind the magic Michael Corn has been involved with the bands such as sammy and heydevils and has also incorporated music in famous television productions such as pawn stars and duck dynasty. Considering such a powerful background, it might be explained by autorub’s further evolution as an artist therefore creating an atmosphere of such a unique mix of musical genres.

During the interview, Corn discuss his work, ideas, and experiences of the filmmaking process and obstacles faced throughout his career. He also shares with the reader his vision of how Autorub will look like in the future. Prepare for a marvel of creativity and music with this extraordinary artist.

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What is your stage name?

I don’t really have one.  I considered MIC Drop, but then a boy band had a recent hit with that title. MIC are my actual initials so there’s that.

Is there a story behind your stage name?

If I had one, the story would be that I often leave people with a MIC drop moment, as I confront them on their own BS.

Where do you find inspiration?

It could come from anywhere.  If we’re talking about writing lyrics, since I generally write about silly politicians, it’s mostly news stories and posts on social media. Musically it’s pretty wide open.  An inspiration could come from something I like about another piece of music, or sometimes it’s fueled by just doing something different than the last piece I wrote.

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?

I was definitely drawn to it early  – maybe 5ish. As a role, I’d say it mostly served to prepare me to do what I do.  So lots and lots of shedding.  Far more than the 10,000 hrs I think, but who’s counting?

Are you from a musical or artistic family?

Yes – it was on my mom’s side of the family.  She was a great artist who also played some piano and sang a bit, my aunt played lots of piano, and my grandfather played guitar as well.

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

I can’t boil it down to any one person. It was something I was drawn to pursue from very early on.  Some things are just meant to be.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?

It was a combination of taking piano lessons, and self teaching. While I did have some instruction on composition with one of my piano teachers (had a few over the years), the process of writing good songs is mostly trial and error for most composers I believe. I also used to play along with my records – I’ve heard of many musicians who practiced that way.

What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform?

It was probably Billy Joel. I actually don’t remember too much about the show…although I think he might’ve jumped off the piano and slightly injured his ankle. Didn’t stop the show or anything.

How could you describe your music?

It’s fun, addicting, melodic, mostly rock (but other genres too),  polished but still rebellious, and somewhat sarcastic. Since most songs are mini portraits that call out various politicians on their BS, they are also modern day protest songs.

Describe your creative process.

As to the music, it’s pretty much as simple as pick up any instrument and just play something. See what comes out, and if it’s anything I like at all, then I’ll record it quick onto the phone to save it.  Used to be a boombox years ago. For lyrics for Autorub, I will generally research the politician’s online bio, social media posts etc, kind of doing a little book report on them in order to write about them. I look for hypocrisy, and it’s not hard to find.

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As to the music, it’s pretty much as simple as pick up any instrument and just play something.

What is your main inspiration?

Just to keep doing fresh things. When one song is finished, I’m ready to do something different. It’s every artist’s journey to keep discovering and reinventing themselves – or else they’re not on it.

What musician do you admire most and why?

Hmm…this takes some thinking because there’s many and I don’t tend to idolize. I’m gonna go with Paul McCartney  – or Sir Paul I should say.  His catalog is filled with many iconic songs that are all quite melodic, if there’s one common thread. So many generations, including mine, have grown up with his music and it’s set a standard of excellence in songwriting, including his Beatle bandmates.  He showed us growth and experimentation as a songwriter in going from “Love Me Do” to say…”Helter Skelter” in a few short years. He also set good examples in how he raised his children – without allowing them to be spoiled by the means he’d gained. And he sums up the message of the Beatles as spreading love, which is an important vibe for the whole planet – especially right now.

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

Yes definitely.  As I mentioned earlier, you have to keep reinventing.  Tastes and preferences also change naturally over time.  I’ve been composing in multiple genres for a long time. It’s once of the things I enjoy most about composing for film/TV – I’ll be asked to do something I haven’t done before, and wouldn’t necessarily try in my solo career. And then maybe it rubs off into my solo material anyway.

Who do you see as your main competitor?

I’m not competing against anyone. I don’t view the arts that way, though many will call the music business competitive.  I just do what I do and don’t worry about anyone else.  If you want competition try sports or corporate America.

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?

In college, I studied Psychology as a back up career.  But it was never my main passion so that wasn’t meant to be in that way.  However, the instinct to help others does play out in writing music, as it is an outlet for expression and healing for everyone.  Now that I’m releasing music in 432hz, a known healing frequency, this really all comes together.  I’m trying to lead the charge on other artists switching back to this frequency of 432hz for mainstream music, as this will raise the planetary vibe immensely.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?

I will answer this from a career perspective, in terms of achieving success.  The business is generally cut out for the artist to fail at – so this obstacle is experienced by everyone.  Major label deals have never been fair for the artist.  Royalty rates have historically been low.  We hear a lot about this now with streaming services, but it’s existed way before they did.  The royalty rates for film/TV usage of music have always been poor.  I’ve even had publishers that have requested to take a portion of the WRITER’S share of royalties – incredibly unethical. The entire system, like so many systems, just needs revamping. And it will happen.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?

I liked the alliteration of Miss Mace Mixes.

What are your plans for the coming months?

More new songs, live performances, and epic new projects that I can’t say more about now!

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans

I plan on working with the best the industry has to offer. Why aim lower?

What message would you like to give to your fans?

I’m grateful for those who are discovering and enjoying my music. I hope it raises their vibes and keeps them excited for more. I also hope it inspires them to follow their passions and be perserverant.  As my biggest successes have come in this later chapter, it’s proof positive of not giving up, staying authentic and having faith.


Mister Styx
Mister Styx
My name is Mister Styx and I'm a music blogger and an HVAC Engineer. I'm passionate about all kinds of music, from rock to hip-hop, Jazz, and Reggae as a matter of fact I am always eager to hear new sounds as music has no barrier, and I'm always looking for new sounds to explore. Hop on lets go fetch for some new sounds!

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