Madison Avenue Quotes
Cheyne and I have known each other for ten years. We had been working on individual projects prior to Madison Avenue but we have always wanted to work together. I came up with the basic idea for a house artist and approached Cheyne and asked her if she wanted to become involved and she said 'yes'.
My influences have been any music that really pushes the boundaries of what house music is all about. I like real quality vocals with dynamic beats. There are a lot of artists that Cheyne and I look to for inspiration for Madison Avenue such as Everything But The Girl, Moloko, C&C Music Factory, Soul To Soul, and Ultra Nate to name a few. These artists produce so many vocal tracks with good beats.
My first gig was playing at a club called Stone Tavern, in Frankston.
Neither song we have released is gender-based, so they're definitely not directed at men. 'Don't Call Me Baby' is saying don't judge a book by its cover. 'Who The Hell Are You' is basically saying treat people the way you would like to be treated. Girls can treat men like sh__, just as much as men can treat girls like sh__ so just be aware of people's feelings. Because Cheyne is singing the song, people think that she is some sort of man-hater or something, but she's definitely not.
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