Some people think that Current Value’s “original” sound is all about face-melting darkstep, or “pots’n’pans”. Actually, his first records happen to be something different. We did a feature about the artists, whose music experienced drastic changes over the years. Today we are covering those who represent heavy dnb. You might discover one of them anew…
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DOA: We know you’ve had some great achievements in recent months, so let’s tackle each bit one at a time. First off, the “Revolution” video, which involved you getting loads of fans to go ballistic in front of their country’s flags. Where did that concept come from?
Zardonic: I’m a dreamer and I keep dreaming with a better world every day, even though sometimes it just seems impossible because there is too much selfishness in our hearts. No one’s exempt from that. I, for one, am not. But once you can figure out the pattern, it’s easier to get out of it. And one of the things we need to realize is that no matter what flag we bear, we are all the same.
Being Venezuelan, one of the main aspects of our culture is our nationalism and patriotism. However, we don’t acknowledge this in a sense of supremacy, but brotherhood. No matter where you are, if someone’s Venezuelan, he’s family. I wanted to portray that in the video and put all nations together, all flags together, saying that we are a big world family that has grown tired of being enslaved by a few who believe can decide the future of a nation, the few who also lead us to war. But no one rules if no one obeys, so if we stop listening to these people, we will be able to decide our own future and, hopefully, that future will be more peaceful. Given our evolution from previous civilizations to our current civilization, no matter how fucked up we are right now, I believe we’re evolving into a phase of greatness that will redeem us from many things that aren’t relevant anymore. We will become one, and flags will disappear. We will bear one flag, one world, one love.
Now you may ask yourself why such a hippie concept comes together with such ‘angry’ music, and the reason is very simple. This isn’t a message of love. This is a wake-up call slapping people in their faces because the time is now. And unless we do wake up, there might not be a future for us anymore. We are at the brink of something beyond imaginable and we need to be ready for it.
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