Producer Snafu
Producer Snafu

Influences range from a lot of things; I was into a lot of metal at first with the whole KoRn, SoulFly, Incubus. Primus, Henry Rollins, rage against the machine type deal when I was in high school I was always looking for the hardest music I could find with some dope lyrics but I got to frustrated with every ones music not being able to relate to anyone but myself, I was introduced to the hardcore scene around 2000 when a friend of mine Halloway invited me to a rave. This rave was the first although I had claimed to be a raver back in jr. high although I never attended any raves, my sister was part of a party crew by the name of RoR (realm of reality) and I had access to all these cool old school remixes that she would get from her friend doc chaos so I knew some what to expect, Well when we had attended this rave I was oblivious as to what to expect, I shore as hell wasnt into the trance and I was digging the drum and bass but what caught my ear was the hardcore. Just the consistency of this pounding bass repeating in a 4x4 pattern was just so amusing, Halloway and I from that day declared our selfs fans of this hard beat style, Later on in the year my friend did some research for this and downloaded a program to produce by the name of Tuareg I fucked around on it and made some beats but being a guitarist back in the day I wanted some melodies as well as just beats, so my friend had introduced me into this well known product called fruity loops I fucked with it and fell in love this was the day I had became a producer, I was given the name producer snafu By a online friend of mine from soulseek the snafu is a war term used in world War II It refers to the saying Situation Normal All Fucked Up I like to think that with the music I create thats what happens. I take a normal spot and fuck it up with some hard beats, I started off with the hardcore messing with some drum and bass then moving on to Breakcore and getting sad with chip tunes and idm. I like to experiment and have fun, the music I made has always been for me, and my friends, but mainly for myself to keep my sanity. . . . . . you can hit me up on A.I.M. or soulseek under "Producer Snafu"

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