Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker’s (aka USS) Ashley Buchholz and Jason Parsons Be part of Mike for an delivery and earnest (and in most cases humorous) dialog about why they’re breaking up, their final album, and the contrivance in which they’ve grown as artists and folk.
After little larger than a decade together, and having carried out a stage of world success that’s far past the rest they expected, the Canadian electro-rock duo USS (or Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker) are calling it a day with one final album, Einsteins of Consciousness. So, becoming a member of Mike for this week’s episode are vocalist/guitarist Ashley Buchholz (aka Ash Boo-Schultz) and turntablist/hype man Jason “Human Kebab” Parsons. On this dialog, the 2 of them stumble on abet on their occupation and the art they made together and point to why now became as soon as the correct time in their respective lives to hasten on to original experiences. Though the guys’ trademark goofiness completely comes thru on this chat, they’re additionally very earnest and delivery about how they’ve grown as folk and artists over time and the contrivance in which that led them to this decision. As successfully, Ash discusses in bear battles with mental successfully being and the contrivance in which he realized a key lesson for all songwriters: that there’s a disagreement between that’s now not barely ample, and you’re now not barely ample. Also, the guys discuss about how social media modified the industry for artists, the unprecedented connection they’ve built with followers, and extra.
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