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One Question Interviews: The Eye of Time

Marc Euvrie (The Eye of Time)

SPB: In your self-titled album, you had a more aggressive outlook and quite a different instrumentation for your music. What signaled the change from that to the more peaceful aura of Acoustic? And what does that change signify for you? 

Euvrie: It is not a change movement, it's just an experimentation. When I moved from my mother's house to study, I used to live in small flats in the city center, where it was really difficult to have my own piano and also play cello like I wanted to. So, for about 10 years, I did kind of a break with piano. Then when I moved to the countryside, the first thing that came to me, was buying an old crappy piano and playing cello as much as possible. Things came one after another, I had some songs from my own, so I decided to record them. So, there's absolutely no changes in my The Eye of Time project. In fact, my next record, ANTI, will be released in March 2015, and it's all about samples, ambient, dark electronica like it used to be.


Acoustic is only a different way of my artistic expression, and I really hope there will be some others. I already worked on new acoustic stuff!

I just want to express music with anything I'm capable of, may be a hip-hop record one day (to be true, there is some material already...)

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Words by Spyros Stasis on Feb. 7, 2015, 12:21 a.m.

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