What Is Seneca Rose Listening To?
Take a quick glimpse into the current vibe, inspiration, and story of Totem Star artists.
Seneca, what song do you currently have on repeat recently?
Currently I have had "Gun" by Allen Rayman on consistently! Also, my favorite band in this universe is Tame Impala and I love their song, "The Less I Know the Better."
How do you compare and contrast your favorite songs from your own music?
I don't have a determined favorite song because I have such a diverse diet in my music, and it wouldn't make sense to compare and rate to me. Also, I'm incredibly indecisive. That shows in my music, but I guess what I mean is that I don't like to limit myself to any genre which to some people would seem really indecisive-- "PICK A GENRE, ROSE!" I can already hear it.
Do you find yourself interpreting parts and styles of your favorite song into your own artistry?
Of course, music reflects through every inch of my day-to-day human experiences. I take sections of my favorite songs as more as, "Why did this song work?" "Why do the lyrics hold prominence to me?" "Why do I relate to this song or the artist who made it?" "How do I see myself in this song?" and, "How would others see themselves or recieve this artist?" I feel I think this way because I am truly a student of passion and I'm never listening to a song or watching a movie that I'm not taking time to decipher and study in analysis.
What album or artist would you recommend everyone to try listening to?
This question is a bit hard to answer because I'm low-key a hipster. I'm trying not to give away my "You probably wouldn't know them..." albums. "Low Wishes" by Air Review is definitely something I'd recommed for anyone who is into any sort of folk pop or alternative. My go-to album right now is Michelle Branch's, "Hopeless Romantic."