Interview with The Meta4 Revue

Here’s our interview with The Meta4 Revue. The Meta4 Revue is a Soundtrack Blues artist from New York.

What’s your favorite part about making music? What are your goals within the music industry?: “Our favorite part about making music is how it truly is an extension of ones self, so seeing an idea start on the piano and then be expanded upon in the arrangement and production phase is thrilling. One of our goals would be working with David Arnold who composed for the Bond franchise at one point, would be amazing even outside of the franchise setting as well. Utilizing existing music and writing new music for luxury brands, and most notably being a part of the James Bond franchise would be at the peak of the collaborative horizon in the near future. Having one of my songs be the opening theme one day, or even the B-side to start, would be a dream come true – and it would be interesting to see ‘Retrograde’ be included as the B-side/outro song for the upcoming film “No Time to Die”.”

Which artists have had an influence on your music? Who’s music would you compare yours to?: “John Barry, the composer of the soundtrack for the James Bond franchise is a huge influence. Thomas Newman, Quincy Jones, Lalo Schifrin, Danny Elfman, Henry Mancini, Ennio Morricone, were all other influences on my music.”

What are you working on right now? What should readers go listen to?: “We’re currently wrapping up music videos for our 3 singles – off of our debut album ‘Magnum Opera’. They can find us on all platforms – but here’s the direct link: https://themeta4revue.crd.co/#music

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