If there’s anything to expect from a Blunts & Blondes show, there’s no doubt that it’s bass in your face. After a wild set at Imagine Festival 2017, just outside of Atlanta, GA, I got to sit down with Mike of Blunts & Blondes. Hailing from Tampa, FL, the sound of Blunts & Blondes was curated by the sound of the city. What struck me the most about Mike was his respect for the creative process for music and the crowd’s desires. Mike began to pursue music as a DJ as a young adult, and began to grow based on feedback received from friends, acquaintances, and anyone else who provided their critique. He honed in on his focus on bass with his craft, worked with what was praised and accepted, and left behind less popular sounds.
Chimera (Alex) Who has inspired you as an artist throughout the years?
Blunts & Blondes: 12th Planet, Krewella, and various house music artists
Which show of yours has been your favorite so far?
My set at Okeechobee Festival 2017, completely unreal.
How would you describe your sound to someone who’s never heard your music before?
Bass music. Homage to bass.
What can fans expect for 2018?
New music, more shows. It’s gonna be lit, dreams will be coming true.
Check out more galleries from Imagine Fest Here:
To stay updated on Blunts & Blondes: