Interview: Cirex

Today we are sharing an interview with Cirex: a multi-instrumentalist, who makes instrumental music in genres from Dubstep to Hip Hop to Metal.

1. First of all, tell us about how did you start your music career?

- I started on a couple of bands as a bassist, with a band called Neuttro, I experienced recording a full length album, release a CD and get distributed, alongside with playing bigger venues. Quietly at home, I start to record my own tracks, instrumental rock tracks, that eventually, became more electronic to this day. I named my project 'Cirex', because is my real name ' Eric' backwards.

2. Who are your music inspirations?

- Celldweller, Prodigy, The Crystal Method were my school back in the day. Now on, there are a lot, but I try not to get too much influenced, so I can have my own music personality.

3. Our readers would like to know more about your new music. Any interesting facts?

- I am releasing all tracks recorded onh 2018 via Spotify, also available on my soundcloud. Funny thing about them, is that now I realize how good those tracks are, so I could not wait to a full length, so I have release them by filtration. Im recording a few tracks for a possible EP with the rapper Danny Diablo, who I admire and respect a lot.

4. What opinions have you recieved about your music?

- Very good. Sad thing is the Puertorican EDM scene, for some reason don't pay attention to me, but worldwide, I have been received recognition.

5. What do you like to do more: songwriting or performing?

- Songwriting is my thing. I have played live for a decade with a band and right now, I just want to make music, for films, and for fans. I am not discarding play all these in the near future.

6. Which countries do you want to visit with tour?

- Not touring right now, but I have a lot of fans on Spain.

7. How do you deal with haters?

- Actually, they motive me to be better everyday!! They take out the monster creativity of me.

8. What would you tell to your fans?

- Thanks for your support, I'm going to keep making dope music. (Spanish) Gracias a mi gente de Puerto Rico por estar ahí! ¡Con Fuerza Boricua!!! Follow Cirex: