North London-based producer Jonas Wang is a full-time music enthusiast who diligently balances his passion for production with his studies.
While he spent his university years composing electronic dance music (EDM), pop, and various other genres, chill-hop always accompanied him during study sessions and paper writing. Now, with his latest four-track release, Jonas delves into the warm and dreamy world of chill-hop.
“Imaginary Farm” is an enchanting journey that captivates listeners with its smooth and charming compositions. Rich with alluring textures, dreamy ambience, and shimmering rhythms, the EP showcases Jonas’s ability to create a seamless listening experience that transports audiences into a serene soundscape.
Each song on the EP takes listeners on a unique exploration of sound progressions and genres, demonstrating Jonas Wang’s versatility and creativity as a producer.
Despite initially gaining recognition in the electronic pop sector, his foray into chill-hop with “Imaginary Farm” illustrates his commitment to expanding his musical horizons and experimenting with new styles.
As a result, Jonas Wang’s “Imaginary Farm” is a testament to his growth as an artist and his dedication to crafting immersive and evocative music. This dreamy chill-hop adventure is sure to resonate with fans of his earlier work while also attracting new listeners who appreciate the soothing and atmospheric qualities of the genre.
What would you say is your greatest strength as an artist?
My precision comes to production. I am able to reprint the sound that’s in my mind.
What is your creative process when making music?
With instrumental music, I usually start with a chord progression or a drum groove, and with lyrical music, I usually start with the concept and the initial hook of the lyrics.
How long have you been making music and what attracted you to it?
I’ve been making music for 5 years now. I believe music is a bridge for emotion.
What is the biggest challenge you have had to overcome as a band/artist so far?
To realize you might not be able to “make it” at a very young age as some prodigy did, and the right way is to be down-to-earth.
What streaming sites do you think offer the most value to a band?
Spotify and YouTube.
How do you think social media or the internet has affected the music scene in your country?
I am not very familiar with the current social media scene, to be honest, since I am completely focusing on my music right now. But in the UK for example, I think it is definitely helping aspiring artists to promote their sound and find connections, but at the same time, it creates some peer pressure and impetuousness.
What are your friends and parents’ thoughts on your career?
They are mostly supportive and like what I’m making.
What does your current song mean to you?
I love nature, and the EP is a depiction of an “Imaginary Farm” in my mind.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
Thank you for growing with me.