Transforming with Kormac
Where he was born: I was born in Ireland. Co. Louth, to be exact.
Where he lives now: I live in the very centre of Dublin City.
What he does: I make records and perform in nightclubs and at festivals with my band or as a DJ.
What good energy means to him:
Good energy is any energy spent doing positive things. Making music: good. Sellotaping together two drunk people that fell asleep beside each other at a party: bad.
If he were a sound, it would be:
The noise the transformers used to make in the old cartoon when they were transforming.
What he believes in:
I believe people are inherently good, but sometimes are the product of bad environments.
Where he goes to be alone:
Those three short minutes between my phone dying and my phone powering up again.
What he thinks there is too much of, and too little of:
Too much internet. Too little actual human interaction.
Something that has surprised him recently:
The amount of drama some people need in their lives. Some folks aren’t happy unless they’ve something to complain about.
His most recent artistic reference:
“People say it’s great that now anybody can do things…. And you are gonna find some gems who might not have been discovered otherwise. But you’re also gonna water down, and it doesn’t take the same amount of work to get there.”
– Billy Bob Thornton
Micah P. Hinson.
Kormac’s WILD Wish:
To use Simon Cowell as a footstool.
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