1) How and when did you start making music? Did you choose being a songwriter or did music chose you?
My relationship with music started way too early. I remember fiddling around with musical instruments from the age of 4 or 5, until it was decided that I was going to take my first lessons of clarinet and music theory at the age of 7. So in a way I suppose neither me or the music had a choice to avoid each other.
2) You are currently working on a new single that will soon be released by Pink Motel Records. Could you please share some details with us?
It’s probably some of the most confusing material I have ever worked with. But it turned out surprisingly pleasant. And tragic.
3) Could you please tell us a couple of things about your onstage colleagues, “The Wrinkled Suits”?
What can I say… I stole the best members from the best bands in Athens. I think that says it all.
4) How would you describe an absolute classic album? What does or doesn’t an album need to be called that?
The grand phenomenon of the album, as it was known in the 70s, has eclipsed in our days thanks to the wonders of mp3 downloading. When albums were on vinyl, you had a journey on each side, and a life experience with the two combined. However, this gives a stimulus for artists to take the listener on a journey within a single piece of music.
5) Besides music we,here at Pink Motel, know that you also love cooking. What are your top 5 cooking tips?
Respect your ingredients, Cook like it’s your last meal, Never forget the balance of flavours, keep a clean kitchen, and most of all, the main ingredient is love.