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Jay Millar

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I'm a student in year 8 and I have being making music for awhile. I have taught myself guitar, bass and piano and I learn drums. I love thrash metal and punk rock but this year I decided to have a "pop" approach to my music as it would  have a wider audience to spread my messages to. I think music and songs should be about important things like racism, equality, war, poverty, unfairness and things like that not just cheap overproduced love songs. I write and record all my own music in my bedroom by myself and I run my own independent record label for my friends and I to release our music. I would love to be some sort of professional musician as I think a lot of influences today are fake and are just doing it for the money not for the music and message.

in this song I used jangly guitars with punchy bass moving through octaves. This is all complimented with booming drums and my vocal which are both covered in reverb. In this song I sing about what the stereotypical superstar looks like and how fake and how commercialised they are and how it's not something to look up to and someone you should strive to be.

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