An Interview With Nick Galea

Right now in the Australian dance scene, Brisbane boy Nick Galea is one of the hottest talents going around. From a hectic touring schedule to continuously releasing productions, his name is well-respected by both punters and industry insiders.เว็บดูหนังออนไลน์ Brisbane Music caught up with Galea recently to talk music, touring, studio techniques and beyond.

BM. Hi Nick thanks for your time today. Just recently you were nominated for theantleography Award – an Australian Award recognizing the best new recording and DVD. That’s an excellent achievement considering you’re only been in this business for three years. How does that make you feel?

Thanks! It’s an amazing honor. I don’t quite understand why music gets more awards than anything else. Being nominated puts me in a different class from everyone else. The ABC [Artistsyrightal Agents] guys, my management, and everyone else that I work with, they definitely look up to me.ดูหนังออนไลน์ When you get an award nomination it’s an extra motivation and it gets me even more excited to go out and perform.

BM. You have just released a brand new DVD Rhythm On The Edge Of Platinum. What can you tell us about this release and how did we get this?

I released the [Dada Life] album and unfortunately in my home country of Australia, the record didn’t make it through the rights as it didn’t chart on any of the music charts. So I decided to have a look at the worldwide charts and see if there was anything else that was going to get released. I looked at about ten albums that were released and Britney was the first one that came to mind. I sent the sample CD back and I got an email from one of her managers saying that they were going to be releasing an album with my songs on it and he asked me if I wanted to license the record under his label.หลุดนักศึกษา I said hell no let them do it themselves. That was several months ago and they released the album and boy it went to number one.

BM. You have an amazing voice and musical ability. Can you tell us how you became a singer and song writer?

At a very young age I loved music. My Mum was one of the best violinists in the south of France and because she played in a theatre and also in Bass by taking violin lessons from her, I had to take some lessons also. I was to change my Life to something completely different, change my Career, because she couldn’t bear to see me go through what I had to go through. [laughs]. I had a lot of Fabulous friends in Paris, and one day I saw a beautiful dress on the Internet, and I was going to take it, but then I found out it wasizzle and that it was blue and the name of the dress was Gucci.com [laughs]. I wanted to keep the dress and send it my way [laughs], so I stayed in touch with my friends in Paris, and they know that I am a crazy gadget freak and I told them to send it to me, and they said they would.คลิปหลุดทางบ้าน I opened the package and the dress was there and I said thanks and the address was there, and I said absolutely no way, thank you. The dress was only worth $200 when I got to find out about it.

BM. What are your future plans for the band, just as a group and as a solo artist?

Well, we do a lot of promotion for our brand in Europe and we are going to start also promoting our brand in America. We have already signed agreements with major labels in America for our Brand so this is just the beginning for us.

RM: Out of all the Slumdog Millionaires albums, what accomplishment are you most proud of and why?

TP: Oh My God! We would have to say that it is the third one. The second one was The A-Team, and the third one was Back In The USA, and we have already done a couple of international tours, and we are doing some great stuff for our label already.

RM: You have had a long standing friendship with DJ Carrie Love and successfully captured a piece of her heart, if personal terms are not part of your relationship, how does your relationship work?

TP: Honestly, we have a great working relationship.หลุดจากมือถือ I mean, she really is amazing, talented, and she does what she does very well. I just really appreciate her, and her abilities in the field that she is in.

RM: You have had a long standing working relationship withcoat and costume designer cordiel. Can you tell us how that relationship started?