CloudKid Presents an interview with HUDSUN
We have an in-depth chat with Sam Hudson – the brains behind the Rocktronic project HUDSUN – where he gives us an insight into his music journey to date, his writing process, his biggest fears and his volume related OCD. Let’s start way back… what was the era of music, bands or song that got you into music in the first place? So my dad was a guitarist and got me guitar lessons, so that’s how that started. The very first stuff I was doing was mostly acoustic for a long time, playing all the music that my dad liked… like Paul Weller, David Gray. Then I found an electric guitar and started to get rockier. I had the whole emo phase like everyone does and tried to learn all the big solos. And then that developed into listened to funk and soul music, until it exploded a little bit and some more electronic music came in. I was actually never a singer until recently. So I am still mostly into the heavier guitar side of things, the big riffs, Rage Against The Machine style drops. How many projects or bands did you go through in all this time?
»I found an electric guitar and started to get rockier. I had the whole emo phase like everyone does and tried to learn all the big solos.«