Bridger of Worlds
A creative catalyst, MIHXI has formed part of some of the most successful underground bass records since 2018. Having initially started art & music from a series of complete accidents, the dark horse soon found his passion in creating visionary work that comes from the heart, as well as helping other like-minded creators on their respective journeys. As such, he has made it his mission over the years to explore every style, picking favorable elements from each genre and using them to form his own unique songs and style. Currently partnered with Valiant, he uses this vast expertise to help catalyze artists through enhanced art, music, and marketing; all whilst preparing his own catalog of futuristic, genre-bending sounds & continuing to document his own human experience.
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Interview with MIHXI
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: The human experience. Just as there are many varied emotions, thoughts, and feelings in our lives, I have a style which creates a vehicle for each of them. Test me if you don't believe it.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Don't overthink it, find your focus and trust your intuition always.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: Production and mixing without a doubt. I've produced over 300 songs in my time as a ghost producer hence my expertise in that domain. These days I also practice songwriting by writing all my own songs and lyrics under the MIHXI Project, but it is still the far weaker of the two.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: Ideas, expertise, passion, and a toolkit that evolves with you and your song every step of the way.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Arkana, AWAY, AU5, Ben Walter, Barren Gates, Bring Me The Horizon, Carpenter Brut, Caster, Crywolf, Crystal Castles, DEVAULT, DROELEOE, Eliminate, Echos. Gary Numan, Grant, Grey.. the list is endless. I draw inspiration from a lot of different sounds and genres, as well as a lot of artists & life experiences.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: If you have an idea, I do my best to make it happen, from concept to production, to art, contacts, promotion, distribution, visuals.. I do most things by myself but am also fortunate enough to be surrounded by teams who have systems in place everywhere else also.