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Ed Navarro


A Tribe of Noise Spotlight Interview with a one of a kind songwriter.


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Everything Eduardo does is related to music. Everything.

From working full-time in the music industry with musical instrument brands, to producing music for other artists in his home studio, to playing guitar live in well-known bands, everything he does revolves around music.

After a while, Ed decided to take on the journey of writing and recording his own music, under his own name. "Better Days" was the result of trying to decide what kind of music he really loves to play and what kind of message he wanted to send.

But how did Ed adapt to the industry, what has been his biggest surprise along the way and what advice would he give his past self?


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Can you describe your music in three words?

Feel-good acoustic. 


How have you adapted musically?

Every day I hear something new or interesting, I try to understand what it is, and then I try to give it my own twist and to include it in my songwriting and recording. I like to see my musical style as an ever-growing snowball of different influences. 


Is there any other aspect of the industry you’d like to dabble in?

I'd love to compose classical music. Even though I do not have any formal training on this topic, I think I can write simple arrangements and scores that could sound nice, played by the right musicians. 


What has surprised you most about the music industry?

I think what has surprised me most is how the activity on social media affects the way your music will reach the audience. Before, you just saw a music video or listened to a CD and you proceeded to buy the material. Now the artist must show himself as a brand on the different social media platforms and interact a lot in order to get noticed by his target market. I am still a student in this matter, I hope I can continue to learn and grow.


What is one thing you’d like to change about the music industry?

I feel there are artists that deserve so much more exposure, which they doesn't get because of less marketing investment from their part, having the same or much more talent than those in the top of the charts. I don't know how, but I would love to create an equal field for all artists alike.


If you could go back to before you started out and tell yourself one thing, what would it be?

Lock yourself in a room and write songs! That is what I'm trying to do now, a bit late in my career but it will never get old!


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