Four Questions with Matt Bryant

Matt Bryant started working on electronic music in college writing and composing while majoring in music. With a background in woodwind and reed instruments Matt realized that electronic music was more creative and gave him more freedom so in 2003 DJ Salty Flavor was born. He now uses his MacBook Pro with Reason and Live with an M-Audio Oxygen 8 to create all of his music.

How long have you been a member of Tastyfresh?

I have been a member here for about 5 years.

What first intrigued you about it?

I really was first interested in that it was a forum and website for Christians who liked electronic dance music because it seemed to be the only one I could find. I slowly started looking at the forums and then posting on the forums and got some good information. I posted my songs and got good feedback. I listened to various podcasts and was interested in what other christian dance music was out there because at the time all I really knew about was Nitro Praise. I like the articles and I thought it was fun to listen to the podcasts and different music and try and get to know other Christian EDM lovers and producers.

What have you learned from the site?

I have learned that there are a lot of different kinds of Christians that have a wide variety of views on music and other issues.

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

I hope it just continues to be a great community and there are quality interactions that happen on the site. That people can come and get plugged in with this community. I like to see it grow bigger and have more publicity.

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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