I am a cheerful person. I laugh and I believe that I can make people laugh. But something made me ask this question – where did I lose my enjoyment in making and performing music? Yesterday, I went to a musical with my friends, “School of Rock”. The play targets mostly young people who enjoy this pretty obvious story of a fat rockman with no job that accidentally gets hired in a private, conservative school and turns the place upside down bringing revolution to the kids’ lives. Quite boring story for someone who’s seen many interpretations of the same archetype but I have to admit that the kids were amazing! The harmonies, their instrument skills etc. Something very impressive. I don’t know where my rock is There was also one character in the show, Rosalie, the school director who once was full of passion and rock’n’roll but then she “got older” and lost it. And she sang the song that made the title of this post / vlog (whatever this will be turned into) – “Where did the rock go?” Exactly, where? That evening I realised that every time I think about music, I feel pressure and stress. I feel that I need to create to prove myself and I need to make it happen as soon as possible. I push and I strain my limits, I sit down in front of the computer with this feeling of being disappointed with myself straight away as I am not as prolific as other artists that I follow and admire. I know, there are deadlines and I have to do my job but at the same time – why would I not have fun from that? When I decided to create “Imitator”, I wasn’t thinking about it as a professional project –
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