Before a recent tour stop in Canton, Ohio, Witzigreuter updated AP on his plans for the rest of and beyond. For more information about his The ready set snapchat new album, be sure to pick up APin stores now! In your AP Most Anticipated interview, you said you don't write well while on tour because there are too many distractions.
Do you have a lot of stuff written now, or will it require more time after tour to finish up writing?
I'm spending most of January in L. I've actually been managing to get a lot of stuff done while on the road, which is surprising.
This is the first time that it has ever happened. I've never actually been known to be productive while on tour. There is a ton of new stuff; I have a lot of songs already done. I'm just going to be writing a ton more, so I will have a lot of stuff to pick from. Musically, what can fans expect from the new music? What direction are you headed? Are The ready set snapchat going for the same kind of musical vibe? I guess the only way to say it is just broader.
I just want it to be better. I don't want to put out the same thing that I put out on the last EP or the last album. I want it to be a different thing, The ready set snapchat still have the definitive things that kind of make it the Ready Set. I try not to overthink too much the direction that I want to go in. It just has to be a progression. That's all I really care about.
I want to make things a little less electronic, maybe, and more just all over the place. We'll see what happens.
In your Most Anticipated interview, you also mentioned the idea of working with big producers. Even though your music is different from some of those artists that big producers have worked with, do you believe that the way the music is produced could help the Ready Set to reach a larger audience? What is it about the producers that you really admire? Yeah, it could definitely help.
That's one aspect of it. But with the way I write, The ready set snapchat really fun to work with those kinds of producers, because it's something out of the ordinary from what they normally work with. A lot of times, they just write the whole song and then somebody records it. I like being able to just make it percent my own, but still have that cool pop edge that those producers can put on it.
I'm really into big songwriters and the bigger names in the pop world because it's a cool thing to me. Those are the kind of people that I look up to in the music industry, the people that are constantly writing huge songs that everybody knows.
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It's just such an awesome thing. You're re-releasing Tantrum Castlecorrect? What made you decide to re-release and remaster it?
The whole thing just sounds terrible. I recorded the whole thing in my basement.
I used to write songs where I didn't pay any attention to structure or anything. I just wrote whatever came out and sounded cool. I decided to re-master it and make it sound a little bit better.
It's kind of one of those things where I wanted to put that out just to show people what this was to me before I kind of started taking it really seriously.
That was a time where it was still sort of a hobby, it was just for fun. It's all Autotune-y, and I did it in Garage Band. I think it's just a fun, nostalgic thing.
A lot of bands are releasing Christmas music this year. Will you be releasing any Christmas music this year? No, it's the first year that I haven't.
If you did another Christmas song, would you want to do an original song or cover something? Have you heard that version? I hear it on the radio a lot; it's just a dog barking, and I think they set it to a keyboard. The dog, like, barks along with the melody of the song.