We all know the music trade is hard on artists. We hear trade professionals discuss usually of the toll touring takes on the thoughts, physique and spirit, however it's one other factor to see that toll in motion. There's additionally the stress from label executives to supply hit after hit, the enter from fits telling you "it's not edgy sufficient," "it's not pop sufficient" and the like. It can all be very disheartening, however there's a silver lining: You're a music lover dwelling your dream.
In a forthcoming documentary, Matoma lets the world look in on the great, the dangerous and the ugly of his life. Matoma: One in a Million was directed by Tobias Frøystad and captures two years within the Norwegian DJ and producer's life, and it comes on the heels of his debut album launch, additionally referred to as One in a Million. The trailer guarantees one thing emotional and eye-opening, with footage of Matoma wavering between highly effective and pissed off behind the decks, exhausted and alone in lodge rooms, tireless and maybe irritated within the studio, and in search of escape in unique locales.
His is an attention-grabbing voice within the ongoing dialogue in regards to the reality behind dance music's gentle and darkish sides. Matoma: One in a Million sees launch on Dec. 18. Watch the trailer beneath and go to the film's web site for extra info.