[social_warfare buttons="facebook,twitter,linkedin,reddit"]


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

Hi, our names are Bill and Bertin, and we go by SIVANCY. We’re two 19-year-olds out of South Florida, and we’ve been producing electronic music for about three years. We don’t have a particular style, but we incorporate elements of Future Bass, Trap, Hip-hop, and Lo-fi into our sound. Our only goal is to make something that’s never been heard before, and that we're proud of.

How would you describe your influences and how have they changed over the years? Do you feel that changing tastes over years as artistic growth? ?

We first started producing Progressive House music badly, and over the last couple years, we’ve ditched genre-specific music for our own style, eliminating the traditional EDM song structure. Our influences come from all over the music sphere, including 50’s Big Band style music and Bobby Darin all the way to modern Hip-hop and Lo-fi. We like to experiment with sounds that aren’t generally present in electronic music, and we do this by following a wide variety of artists. We’ve discovered most of our favorite artists through SoundCloud, usually by browsing through our home feeds, or looking through what other artists listen to.

What´s new right now?

Right now we’re just working on developing our sound and putting out songs that we think have original ideas and aren’t awful. You can follow us on our SoundCloud, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube to hear our latest songs. Thank you so much and have a wonderful day.

[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”Yes” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]
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?

When we initially formed our group, we went into this with the expectation that we would have immediate success. We catered our music to fit the "EDM formula", and not towards our own interests. We also thought we were a lot better than we were when we first started. We ended up making music that we didn't enjoy with a formula that didn't encourage creativity. The number one tip we would give to a new musician is to just make what you think sounds good. Don't worry about genre conventions and tailoring your style to whatever the newest trend is. Keep making what you like to make, and then work on making it as good as possible. The success will come with that.


[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”No” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]
How do you get gigs? Can you share any tips?


[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”No” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]
What has been your biggest challenge right now? Have you been able to overcome that challenge? If so, how?


[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”No” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]
How do you promote yourself? Do you have any specific promotion tips for other musicians?


[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”No” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]
We meet again in one year. What has changed?


[gravityforms action=”conditional” merge_tag=”NO” condition=”is” value=”Yes”]

Enter your questions to the artist in the facebook comment section below.

Leave a Reply

Do you love music?

Do you spend hours finding new artists & tracks for your playlists?

We’re always looking for volunteers to help us find new artists, labels and industry experts for blog features and reposts. 

Artist, producer or other music professional?

Check out our community for exclusive downloads and networking groups.

Grow your fanbase & improve your production

Get access to the the world’s biggest database of music blogs, playlists repost channels and production & marketing ressources. Everything you need to grow your fanbase, make money and 

Our Repost Service 

Our new repost service helps you reach fans quickly and efficiently.

Stay connected...

We’ll send you relevant updates…