Mimic of a Mind has an emotional, very unique sound with an electronic influence.
|All my life, I have been intrigued by music. The first group that I really got into was Ace of Base, I remember. There was something about their unique sound that just stood out to me. And that, I believe, is the key to being successful as an artist.|
My influences nowadays range from Insane Clown Posse and Twiztid, to Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson, and even to Weezer. As you can tell when you listen to some tracks, I have the dark rap vibe going for a while, then it morphs more into hard rock for a chorus. Some tracks are just a lot quieter and more light-hearted, giving it a more "Weezer-ish" feel. I don’t believe that I sound like either one, but I do look up to all of those artists I just listed. They inspire me to remain myself when it comes to music and stay unique.
My story is very deep and I don’t care to go into detail very much. In a nutshell, I have always been looked down on, and I believe that many people have thought of me as a joke, as I was growing up. I got picked on, teased, ridiculed…etc. Maybe one of the raging fires in my music stems back to those days and a little part of me wants to blow up and be successful so that I can laugh at everyone’s face who doubted me in the past. But that’s only a small fraction. My main motive for making the art that I do is just my passion for raw, musical expression.
Artist:Mimic of a Mind Album: The Rise and Collapse of a Heart
|Artist Name:||Mimic of a Mind Album: The Rise and Collapse of a Heart|
|First/Last Name:||Jonathon Baumann|
|Hometown:||Eagan, MN, United States|
|Style of music:||Indie Rock/Alternative|