Music Brings Out the Emotions Behind Silence, says ‘When Stars Fall Under the Night Sky’ Hitmaker Adam Starzzy
Everybody loves music. Everybody has their own connection with it, a simple melody that transports you to your sunny childhood, a rhythm that reminds you when the going was tough, and another that fills you with gratitude for everything you have. Music can give a sense of space, freedom, and also of pain and fear. Music speaks the language of all. But for ‘When Stars Fall Under the Night Sky’ hitmaker Adam Starzzy, music helps express silence.
For Adam Starzzy, music comes from deep within one’s soul. For Adam Starzzy, everything else is an accompaniment. Adam Starzzy adds, “Music does not come from an instrument, an app, or stuff like that. Those things help the musician express whatever it is he or she desires to express. Music comes from deep within. For me, that means two things. One, it lives inside everybody, and two, it comes from a place of deep silence. The purpose of my music is to bring out the emotions behind this silence. And trust me, you can never run out of the silence you were born with. You can only go deeper.”
All artists believe in the power of the zone. Whether musicians or athletes, all of the best ones have a ritual of retiring within themselves. It may be before a performance or before the morning practice. Their zone, like Adam Starzzy’s cradle of silence, helps them put things into perspective just as it helps Adam Starzzy put words to its emotions. He says, “The hustle and bustle of the city may sound like noise, but if you listen carefully, there’s a deep hum, a patterned melody within it. Similarly, a huge forest may seem still at first, but with time it will draw your senses to sounds that are full of life and inspiration. For me, within all sounds lies a deep silence which contains within its emotions that are beautiful, delicate, clear, graceful and powerful.”
Adam Starzzy’s faith in the power of silence and the beauty in the emotions it contains is both inspiring and contagious. We wish him the best!