Tuesday, September 1, 2009

U.S. Military listening station






I am always inspired by the environment around me when working on songs. I let it in, let it shape the way I approach creating the track, to the lyrics and content within the song. But never have I had such and urge to really incorporate the buildings within a space into my music as much as I am feeling it here in Berlin. Yesterday I went with a little crew of friends and explored the abandoned U.S. military listening station in west Berlin. It was amazing, it really inspired me, it ignited a ton of ideas in me, I have to go back and record myself singing in there.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You...have been...to...Germany... ?!...oO

eMan said...

Amazing pics Mike. It'll be interesting to hear how you sound in there though.

Mike Milosh said...

yes Anonymous, I am living in Berlin

Anonymous said...

When did you move to Berlin and for how long will you be staying ?

Mike Milosh said...

I'll be in Berlin until Nov 1st, then I go back to do the things in the studio that I can't do here for this record and then I think I will come back here in jan or feb... I am in Paris at the moment filming more with Fanny though.

Maria said...

You are very inspiring, I hope you know that. I can't wait to see what you do next with Fanny! She is so beautiful and with your music, I think it will be... similar to that feeling when you stare out into the Grand Canyon

Her Blog said...

oh. i know you'll sound incredible when you record there.
i can hear it now....

Colleen said...

when i read about you finding inspiration and how excited you get about it, i find myself inhaling, pausing, then exhaling. it's lovely reading about your new findings.

Anonymous said...

If you like Berlin, you will love Hamburg! You should really come over and enjoy the sea breeze!

Mark said...

Amazing shots! When you do make it over here, we should go about shooting everything!