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What does music mean to you?

I’ve been asked many times: What do you love so much about music? My passion for music has always been difficult to put into words. It’s more about the FEEL and the impact it had and still has on my life. Music is overrated, we trade it, we sell it I know it’s a business after all but we often forget the emotional bond that is created.

Most of the memories that we have in life have a soundtrack we link experiences to sounds, it is scientifically proven that music evokes memories. We overcome our fears thanks to music, we fight against what we think is ‘unbearable’ thanks to music. Music is so much more than what we think it is. YES, The positive impact of music, that’s what I’m passionate about. That’s why I wanna keep representing artists who don’t wanna have their song on radio because of ‘money and fame’ BUT because they understood that getting into the mainstream market is chance for them to reach a wider audience and be a part of someone else’s life and memories. That’s my vision and that’s what I’m hoping to do with ProjectLightAgency.com.

What about you – What does music mean to you? Leave a comment below! 

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3 Comments

  • Reply Emilie June 11, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    For me, music is also about the feel. There’s always a music that match your feeling of the day. It can put in a good mood, go with your sadness … There are so many memories link with a song. You can sometimes feel what the artists wanted to say in her/his songs, which is probably why we like them so much. I love this moment when you listen to an artist, even more when it’s live, and when you feel the shivers at the first notes that the artist sings. This kind of moment when you know that this song and this artist has touched you deep down in your soul.
    It’s a way to express myself by playing different instruments.
    Finally, music is also a way to connect people by giving you the opportunity to meet great musicians and great people, by exchanging with others about the music you like, by playing music with friends …

    • Reply chgomes June 11, 2016 at 3:51 pm

      I totally agree with what you said Emilie, Thanks for sharing :) <3

  • Reply Will July 5, 2016 at 5:24 pm

    Music is the universal language. It connects people from different backgrounds and cultures simply through a kind of intangible or unspoken honesty. I consider that to be it’s most attractive characteristic. We live in a world obsessed with defining people and putting them into groups and categories. I don’t think it’s much of a stretch to say that music breaks down these kinds of supposed “barriers”. The music business can sometimes distort the purity of the human relationship with music. Songs and artists become a commodity, but if there’s an opportunity to earn a living from your passion, why wouldn’t you try and go for it? Some succeed, some don’t but as long as your happy and fulfilling your personal definition of success that’s all that matters.

    For me personally, it is a very special feeling when I find a particular artist, or one of their songs, that moves me to a state of euphoria. It could be a series of guitar or piano chords, maybe a captivating rhythm or a thought-provoking lyric. Those songs stay with me through the best and worst times of life. Like you acknowledge in your post, these songs fix themselves as memory markers in your mind – taking you back through your mind’s photo album as you hit play and listen.

    Music is my lifeblood. I’m not sure where I would be without it. I probably wouldn’t be as happy as I am though.

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