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Joris Bon Releases Genre-Blending Instrumental Ballad, “Realist”

Boris Jon Realist Album art

French artist Joris Bon releases his latest genre-blending piano single, “Realist,” a fusion of piano and electronic beats.

A sonic match to Jorus Bon’s previous tracks, “Cristal Meteor” and “Eclipse,” “Realist,” is another easy listening track suited especially for those who listen to music while studying or going for walks.

Check out the track, and read our interview with Joris Bon below.

MIM: Who are your biggest musical influences?

I’ve always been captivated by the sounds of DJ Martin Garrix, a lot of emotion in what he does. In the past, I also listened to Daft Punk.

MIM: What inspires you to create music?

Joris Bon: I have very varied inspirations, such as nature, the human side of people, and the sensitivity of humans. I like to create deep sounds that inspire something positive and powerful. I’m very inspired by night, in the sense of contemplating the moon or the end of the day.

MIM: Tell us about the creation process of this project. (Especially anything particularly interesting or out of the ordinary)

Joris Bon: I would say Realist is an original single that I wanted to share with listeners because it has deep sounds, I mean, in the electro arrangements, and I wanted a single that was more “Chill” and original than the previous ones like Cristal Meteor. Something that intrigues and inspires you to move forward. After the solo piano recording, I composed the electro-pop arrangements, which was more difficult, because I often compose spontaneously and sometimes narratively, improvising at the same time. But I think the sound result is good, at least I hope so.

MIM: What can listeners look forward to from you?

I would say that listeners can expect more music sound with emotion, depth, and a unifying and powerful electro sound.

MIM: Anything else you’d like to add?

Joris Bon: I’ll just add that I’m delighted that my previous single is being heard and more, and the next single will hopefully be better ( or same ) than the previous one. I’m hearing and take care of feedback because, just like many artists, a sound can improve little by little.

Be sure to follow Joris Bon on Instagram.

Written by Bo Weber

Supporting artists since 2014


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