Interview With Rising Artist Mino Bamboo

Hello Mino Bamboo! How are you?

I’m buzzin. You?

I’m great. Where are you from?

Portland, Oregon. Born and raised. Where the sun don’t shine, but the rain dooooooo!

How do you feel about the rain there?

I’m tired of it. It’s because it rains a lot here and to the people that drive or get rides, y’all don’t really realize how much it really rains here until y’all walkin in it. Yeahhhh I don’t have a car.

So, where do you get your inspiration from?

Moods that I feel that stand out from the rest. So basically life. Sometimes it’s just a sound or two. Like I’ll hear some clothes spinning in the dryer. I’d probably add some tribal drums playing over it. Then maybe some soft keys with a pad playing off in the distance. I’ll pretty much make a soundtrack off the mood of a memory.

How would you describe your music in only three words?

Alternative, colorful, andddddd otherworldly.


Yeah, I want it to take you somewhere else.

Which song was the hardest for you to write?

It’s between BAMBOO LANE and GONE BOY.

Why is that?

They both felt like I couldn’t capture the depth of the mood that I was feeling. Like the words didn’t match up to the volume of emotion, and I think it’s also because they’re both the most intense on the mood spectrum. Where BAMBOO LANE is energetic and aggressive and GONE BOY is calm and trembling.

Do you have any new challenges evolving as an artist?

Umm, not much, just getting used to becoming intimidating to some people in a good way but sometimes it feels like a bad way. So people treat you differently than how they treated you before, and I guess I’m just not used to that… the energy between you and the other person is now different, and you didn’t want it to change. But hey, this the life that I asked for.

Are you planning on releasing new music soon?

Maybe. I can’t say.

Anything you’d like to say to the reader?

Make sure you’ve heard my album, PRESENTATION OF A PURPLE MOOD. It’s a concept of two colors, red and blue. Red as in energetic, harsh, happy, or desireful, while blue as in calm, soft, sad, or truthful. You put those together and you get a journey through Dempur Woods.

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About Chris Anderson

Christian Anderson is a force in the world of Marketing and PR. He is currently the youngest member of the Forbes Communications Council. After marketing his own hip/hop album "Lapse" to #12 in the world on the iTunes charts, he decided to offer his services to help artists and entrepreneurs as well. As an entrepreneur, Christian was exposed to the field of Public Relations through through acting as his own manager. He was able to produce impeccable results as a self made publicist, landing himself on top tier publications. Christian took that experience and started working as a freelance PR for other artists & entrepreneurs with the desire to provide them with the same successful results. After impressing the CEO of Bentley Records in NYC, he was offered the position of Executive Director of Public Relations, being the youngest ever to be given the opportunity. He worked beside Luca Dayz at Bentley Records for a year and then decided to pursue a new path on his own. Driven by his success, large connection base, and drive to win as an artist & entrepreneur he founded Lost Boy Entertainment Co. to provide artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses the same services he had to scratch and claw to find himself. Being the founder and original Lost Boy, Christian serves as the company’s President. He is an incredible artist, motivator, leader, businessman, and entrepreneur leading Lost Boy Entertainment into the future. At the young age of 22, he is currently making major contributions to help musicians, artists, businesses, and entrepreneurs flourish in the global economy.

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