Sambox is back with his latest record “Imagination” this is an intriguing fusion of techno and classic sounds, this masterpiece was created in collaboration with cellist Anita Barbereau. Buckle up and get ready for a musical trip! It’s a dance of keys and cello, presenting one vivid performance in your mind.
Sambox is a musician with roots going back a lot in the 1980’s and early 1990 who are passionate about electronic music giving timelessness and easy listening quality to your tunes.
In a recent interview with Sambox he made some disclosures and delved into his personal life, he stated he is inspired by the melancholic and nostalgic sides of life, using music as a powerful conductor for emotions.
Recognizing the monetary difficulties that indie artists face, Sambox supports fair streaming payments by highlighting the importance of proper crediting.
Sambox announces some interesting future collaborations with cellist Anita Barbereau and hails the fans for listening to real heartfelt music.
Now click those links if you haven’t yet and let Sambox’s tunes take your imagination on a real feel-good adventure. It is more than music; it’s a rhythm that vibrates with the heart, making you dance and feel every pulse.
Listen to Imagination below
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What is your stage name
Is there a story behind your stage name ?
There’s no real story behind my artist name
Where do you find inspiration ?
Like many artists, my inspiration comes from everyday life, but the melancholy and nostalgic side is a real source of inspiration for me.
It’s in this melancholy that I’m able to express my artistic ideas.
What was the role of music in the early years of your life ?
music has played an important role since I was very young, allowing me to discover different musical worlds and to blossom.
Are you from a musical or artistic family ?
Yes, I come from a family of musicians, so we’re all artistically inclined, but in different musical worlds.
Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry ?
Clearly, when I discovered electronic music in the late 80s and early 90s, I said to myself, this musical universe speaks to me and this is where I belong.
How did you learn to sing/write/to play ?
I trained in classical music and this has helped me a lot in the construction and realization of my compositions.
Nevertheless, I’m still a pure autodidact when it comes to mastering the various software and mixing techniques. It took me many hours, even years, of work to master certain phases, and I’m still learning every day, like many artists.
What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform ?
sincerely, I don’t know anymore
How could you describe your music?
I would describe my music as pleasant to listen to and timeless.
Describe your creative process.
My creative process is often the same: I stand in front of my piano and play completely imporvised until I find a chord progression or a beautiful melody that sounds good.
From then on, I set to work in my home studio to embroider this idea.
What is your main inspiration ?
Although I’m not sad by nature, I really like melancholy and nostalgic things, because they’re often situations and things in life that touch you, and by definition music is a transmitter of emotions.
What musician do you admire most and why ?
Difficult questions, I’d say that when a musician succeeds in moving you with his creations, he inevitably arouses admiration.
Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?
Yes and no. Basically, my artistic touch remains the same, but I’m experimenting with other sound textures and I like to mix acoustic instruments with electronic music.
Who do you see as your main competitor ?
I don’t think there are any competitors in the art world of independent artists, but rather friends or even role models.
What are your interests outside of music ?
I really like the contact with water, in this case the wellness areas.
If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing ?
hard to imagine, in fact, like many music fans, many will tell you they couldn’t see themselves doing anything else.
What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music ?
As in any business, money is the key, and when you’re a self-producer like me, it’s hard to make big plans and invest in new equipment.
If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be ?
The best thing would be a fair payment on streaming, and for that we need a complete overhaul of the artist remuneration system.
I don’t know a single artist who’s happy with his or her royalties. You have to live decently, and all work deserves decent remuneration.
Maybe one day there won’t be any human creators left, especially if you want to make music with a real soul.
Why did you choose this as the title of this project ?
my latest single “Imagination” is above all a place for dreams and hope in this difficult world
What are your plans for the coming months?
For a year I have been working in close collaboration with cellist Anita Barbereau, we exchange a lot and we still have many projects to realize for 2024
Do you have any artistic collaboration plans
No other collaborations to come.
What message would you like to give to your fans ?
listen, listen, again and again to my music, or if you prefer to buy it that’s good too because that’s what allows me to offer those who follow me or discover me authentic music that comes from the depths of heart.