Human Brain is a project by composer and guitarist Adam Green who has been teasing his upcoming debut album with the release of “Spaces” single. In an interview for Progarchy, Adam talks about the project, and he sheds light on the album.
Hey Adam! Thanks for responding to this interview. How have you been lately?
Been great, thanks!
How might you introduce yourselves to new potential listeners?
I like to write for everyone with multiple musical tastes. If you like super hard-hitting, energetic and emotional music, you’ll love Human Brain!
What inspired the name of the project — Human Brain?
Brain dump basically. I have quite a bit of emotion and passion flowing through my brain on a daily basis that I wanted to release into my writing.
How did Human Brain initially form?
Human Brain essentially started about 3 years ago when I began getting more serious about my writing in general. I decided it was time to put an official name to it and yearned for the fulfillment of it being heard by others. I’ve been inspired by many of the great metal artists on YouTube and wanted to get my brand out there in a similar fashion.
You are about to release a debut album. What can you tell me about it? Where did the inspiration for it come from and how did you go about the whole process of writing and recording it?
10 songs spanning multiple genres including everything from alternative rock to metal. Inspiration for the album basically came from the answer above for what inspired the project as a whole.
What can be expected from the upcoming album? Would you say the released single for “Spaces” is an accurate sample?
Yes, Spaces is for sure though I will say every song has it’s own thing going on. Some are more mellow than others and many different guitars were used throughout.
What’s your songwriting process like?
My typical approach is to flesh out a track that incorporates all of the musical styles I love most (metal, rock, progressive) while taking the listener on a roller coaster of a ride with meaningful changes throughout. I wrote all of the parts in my head and laid them down in iPhone voice memos initially. From there, I tracked everything in Logic using my Kemper Profiler Power Rack, Apollo Twin and Toontrack.
What are your ultimate hopes for Human Brain?
For the music to be heard and resonate with people across the world on multiple levels just like it does for me.
Do you have any bigger plans for the future?
TV, Film, Label with some gigging sprinkled in.
The last words are yours.
I’m beyond excited to give everyone a glimpse inside my Human Brain!
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