Is Club Music art?

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I make house music, I share tips for house music producers on YT and Patreon.

Hello friend,

past Sunday I played at a party near Verona.

The place was a private house where the owner built a space to make parties with friends. The room is decorated with wall paintings and a super cool light system. It feels very cozy to play there.

After a good year, they started to arise the interest of more than just their close friends, and past Sunday the place was packed! What a great satisfaction must be for the organizers.

I had a lot of fun playing and great feedbacks from the people.

Me during my past Sunday gig.

Apart from this, while I was chatting with a guy there, he asked me this question: “Do you consider house music, minimal music or club music in general art?”

And now I turn the question to you, do you think the music we make is art? I would love to hear your thoughts on it.

I would say it depends on how you treat it, how much respect you have for the music you make, but I will go deeper on this topic in next week email.

Today I want to take the chance to inform you that I uploaded a new project, a new sample pack and new presets and MIDI loops for the Minimal Improvements community members.

This time I really love the track I made for the project, you can listen to a preview here.

And if you want to get the files, enroll in our Patreon and start improving your music today!

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I will keep feeding this section of my newsletter, with the hope you enjoy it.


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