A number of electronic musicians say they are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain their careers in the world of electronic music, despite advances in technology and popular demand.
But the issue has become more urgent for many artists, who have found themselves in a difficult situation.
“The more I’m here, the more difficult it is to make a living, because I’m constantly going back to Germany,” said Kaleem Ahmed, a Turkish-born composer, arranger and performer who has toured Europe for more than two decades.
“In the U.S., people are starting to realize it’s a bit easier for people to get jobs, and the money isn’t that big anymore, and it’s just a lot more easier for them to live and live a better life.
But I think it’s the same in Germany.
I don’t know what to do. “
But they don’t have that opportunity anymore.
I don’t know what to do.
I just have to be careful.”
Ahmad, a producer and musician who performs in the German electronic music scene as Fatboy Slim, said he has no plans to go back to his native Germany.
“I’ve got to find a way to do what I love, so that’s what I’m doing,” he said.
He added that he hopes to see more German producers and musicians on the European circuit, especially after the country’s decision to allow the production of electronic records by artists who are currently banned.
“This is what the industry needs.
I hope it’s in Germany,” he added.
In 2015, Germany enacted a law that gave artists the right to make their own music.
The law was widely seen as a compromise, however, as it limited the number of people who could be considered artists and required them to perform in a public place.
But artists have found that the laws are not applied uniformly, and there is no uniform policy regarding how to proceed.
“We have a lot of artists who want to go to Germany and perform and work, but it’s not possible,” said Ahmed.
“They need to do it at a private place.
I know a few people who go to Hamburg and then go to Berlin, but the majority of them don’t go to those places.
I feel like there are artists that are still in Germany who have a way more freedom and they need their own place to perform. “
There’s a need for it.
I feel like there are artists that are still in Germany who have a way more freedom and they need their own place to perform.
There’s a lot to be done, but I’m not sure we’ll see it.”