Song name: Dig
Artist: Sansha Blue
Music Genre: Alternative, Alternative Rock, Experimental Rock, Indie
My music is the best way for me to speak my mind and be heard.
Person Interviewing: Chris Paraggio
This song is about relationships. Not necessarily romantic relationships, or even interpersonal relationships. Anything and everything has a type of relationship with what’s around it; and in any relationship, there is a balance of power. Whether that balance is even or not, however, is up to the participants.
To me, this song is about a relationship of my own. It is also about the ever-fluctuating balance of that relationship. But it is a song for everyone, their own relationships, and their own balance.
I think this new album, "The Grey Area", kind of closes a chapter. A lot of these songs were written around the same time, when I was in a certain headspace. This album defines me pretty well right now, and although my next project may be a bit different, this album should give people a good idea of what I’m doing and why I’m here.
I think that being okay with making mistakes is crucial. My high school music teacher preached this to me for four years until I finally accepted it and understood how right he was. Like I've said, some of the coolest things in my music have come from mistakes.
Chris Paraggio, creator behind Sansha Blue visits with host Jacqueline Jax about his new album 'The Grey Area', being in music creation and making the finer decision on an album from track order to intensity of lyric and flow. Plus the Broken Head logo story.
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thecocoscott I agree! Some of my favorite songs came to life when I allowed myself to work with mistakes (ie. an atypical chord progression). Congrats on your new album! Let me know when it’s out!
edmtobi Amazing 😀😀
darinjellisonmusic Cool! Will have to check that album out...
thatchrisleeI Probably could have used a teacher like that
joegallagherjr Congrats on the new album! Can’t wait to check it out!
homerikofficial So excited for you!!
carmentoth111 He’s right! Some of the coolest things in music come from mistakes 🤘🏻❤️
jacquelinejax@carmentoth111 Yes this is very true. I've listen to many creators and I have such great memories of his music. It's touching and the vocals really do have the sensibilities of greats like Kurt C from Nirvana. He just needs to keep developing his art.
advaithavmusic Nice pic..
jyramusic Good 😀
freakquincydotcom Fire 🔥🔥💯
thekristinmoura I'm with you on that one
thecocoscott We really live in an ever-shifting mix of grey areas :) I like the head space.
carmentoth111Sounds a bit like nirvana and bowie
thekristinmouraYou had one great teacher
chwmaestro The thing about mistakes are sometimes they are great because they come when you are not trying to be, you are just the authentic you!