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Please tell our readers who you are and what you do?

I go by the name dubbynature. I'm an Auckland based electronic music producer and I use FL Studio 12

But unfortunately like all up and coming musicians, I still work full time.

Work during the day and produce at night.

How would you describe your style and genre?

I am never sure how to describe the style of music that I make when people ask me because it's a mixture of so many genres. I usually just call it future RnB or trap

My style is somewhere in between Trap, Hip-Hop, RnB and Future Bass

I make music that's hard hitting but also chilled enough for you to vibe out too

Who are your biggest influences and idols … and why? Do you have any idols? Are you a super fan of anyone? (Dead or alive, musician or non-musician)

I have a lot of idols and influences like J.Robb, Quickly Quickly, Koji, Sam Gellaitry, Mo Vibes, Lege Kale, Flux Pavilion, Doctor P, Metro Boomin, Timbaland, Hucci, Jake One. I could literally sit here all day name producers that I look up to and that pushes me to make better music. Oh and who could forget Noah 40 Shebib!! He's an absolute don.

What´s new right now? What should our readers know about that is coming up from you?

I have a little side project that I'm working on at the moment with a good mate of mine, We're called 'dubltrubl'.

We're working on an EP as we speak. It's more Dubstep and Trap orientated, stuff we could play at festivals and gigs.
We have a few snippets up on Instagram under dubltrublnz

dubbynature is and always will be my main focus, it's who I am.

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What was the biggest mistake you made when you started making music and what would be the number one tip you could give to a newcomer musician?

My biggest mistakes were releasing songs straight away instead of sitting on them for a few days and coming back with fresh ears. I always find little things that I didn't notice when I get back to a track.

Another thing would be people don't always realise that kicks and snares have pitch too and that you have to pitch it up to the key of your track. It really makes a big difference


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How do you get gigs? Can you share any tips?


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What has been your biggest challenge right now? Have you been able to overcome that challenge? If so, how?


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How do you promote yourself? Do you have any specific promotion tips for other musicians?


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We meet again in one year. What has changed?


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