BOO Seeka are currently making their way around the nation touring latest single ‘Does This Last’, and, having already sold out, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra, the band today announce a huge run of regional dates. The tour route will now extend into June and include appearances at The Gum Ball Festival and The Big Pineapple Festival. The regional leg of the tour will be supported by Sydney electro-hip hop fiends Gold Member, and make scheduled stops in Tamworth, Dubbo and Ballarat as well as a myriad of others.
Who was your first musical inspiration? Why?
SAMMY SEEKA: My yr 5 trombone teacher, Mr Baker. Got me hooked on blues and since then blues scales and rhythms feature heavily in my writing process.
What advice do you have for someone who’s about to record and release their first album and go on their first tour?
How do you record your initial song ideas?
How has your music practice and performance changed over time?
SAMMY SEEKA: I tend to use whatever instruments are needed at a certain time, so whilst once it was a guitar, now it’s synths, electronic drums and sampling machines.