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The prodigal wunderkind chats with TheCelebrityCafe.com about his craft, his views on the industry and about music overall
LONG ISLAND, NY (April 9, 2012) - Trevor Dahl, of Plug In Stereo, began playing music in sixth grade and is now touring with the likes of Dashboard Confessional, Never Shout Never, and The Ready Set.
In a recent interview with TheCelebrityCafe.com, Dahl describes the sound of his music and discusses how his sound has evolved.
Dahl describes his music as fun, pop, and acoustic driven. However, he released his latest EP, The Patience EP, in January and his sound has evolved from his past recordings.
“With things in the beginning, I realized it was just for fun. Once I began to take the lyrics more seriously, I really started writing songs,” Dahl explains.
Dahl addresses how his relationship with God also influences his new sound. He wanted his new sound to be organic and “just a walk with Jesus”. He explains he wanted his new sound to be “... personal, real, and organic as much as possible, and more time with God will get you more and more like that too.”
As for what Dahl’s fans can expect to be different about his music now from his past LP, Nothing to Something?
“I feel that on the EP I try to put something that you can check out, at least one song that you can tell anybody [about]. I try to have a song in there for every type of person...”
If you want to know more about Trevor Dahl, you can check out his blog here: http://pluginstereo.com/
Read the complete interview here:
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