Four Questions with StumbleBum

I produce dubstep, drum & bass, and electro house under the name StumbleBum. I have been producing for about 12 years. Recently, I have spent more time working under the moniker nomold and producing hip hop. There are currently several projects that I am deeply involved in that should be releasing in 2012.

How long have you been a member of Tastyfresh?

Not 100% sure. At least 11 years. Probably closer to 13.

What first intrigued you about it?

I was really into EDM in high school. I was also a follower of Jesus. Just seemed to fit naturally.

What have you learned from the site?

Tastyfresh and my interest in production coincided. The feedback and responses from people on this site were what drove me to improve in my production skill and technique. Without this site, I really would not be where I am today…as I learned a lot from other board members here.

Where do you see the site going in the next few years?

A site like this is driven by the community. It will go only as far as the current members allow it to. With increasing interest in EDM from pop culture, more and more people will stumble across Tastyfresh. Because of that, it should increase this community’s ability to have influence as long as the members of this community continue to follow in a healthy direction.

Dave Richards has been producing a mixture of tribal, tech and progressive music for about ten years now. He has had releases on Next Dimension Music, PWM Records, Deeplife Records and more. In 2002, he became the owner of and since then has developed the site’s name and favorable reputation across both the Christian and secular scenes. Currently, Dave works as the label manager with his partner in crime Kevin Oneel at MK837. World domination through “Jelly Doughnut” diplomacy is sure to follow.

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