Music Interview: MIRON

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We were fortunate enough to catch up with MIRON following the stunning release ‘Too Deep’. Enjoy the full interview below!

Hi Miron, what is your earliest music memory?

Listening to the radio and singing along while waiting for our turn in a McDonald’s drive-thru with my aunt. I suppose I was too excited for the food.

How did you get into the music industry?

I don’t exactly know how it led to that. I had been writing lyrics forever, and I had started putting some chord progressions together, which ended up being songs which I kept on playing whenever I could. Until one day, I kind of decided to actually start recording. I guess it was more of a “one thing led to another”, and I’m so glad it did.

Who influenced your superb latest release, ‘Too Deep’?

I think at that period, I was listening to a lot of Linda Ronstadt and mostly her repertoire of slow love songs. ‘Too Deep’ is not necessarily that style of song, but I think that’s what created the mood.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

I’d love to have a duet with Julio Iglesias.

What’s the live music scene like in Paris in 2023?

There are so many different things you can find here, and it’s always super interesting to just go around these places and see what’s going on. Every area of the city will kind of bring its own scene and charm, and the artists I’ve stumbled upon lately are great people and musicians.

What’s your dream venue to play?

L’Olympia in Paris is one of them for sure, just for its historical context. And for sure, the Apollo too.

Other than music, what are you passionate about?

I like cinema a lot, and I like reading old books. Love watching football.

What changes would you like to see in the music business?

I feel like bands are disappearing. We kind of don’t have that many huge rock bands in the mainstream. I’d love to see more “character” too.

How do you feel about how the internet plays a role in today’s music business?

For some years now, it’s become more and more vital when it comes to promotion, streaming and everything else that comes with it. In some ways, it’s great because people from anywhere in the world have access to your music, whereas before, you were much more limited with exposure.

What would it be if you could choose one thing for fans to take away from your music?

Anything they want, honestly. And as I’m going, I see that people like your art for different reasons, and it’s very interesting to see how differently sometimes people perceive things. But personally, maybe it’s a cliche; I hope they feel the intimacy of what I’m saying and that they can relate.

Have you started working on your next release?

I have already completed an album not long ago, which is currently in production, so I can’t wait to share it with everyone.

FVMusicBlog April 2023

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