Behind the Music on Rhythmystica on Love Has Gone

Behind the Music on Rhythmystica on Love Has Gone

Live Interview 
Episode #596: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax:


Jacqueline Jax logo photoInterview by Jacqueline Jax
host of A.V.A Live Radio


Person Interviewing: Dmitriy Zaytsev

Song name: Love Has Gone

Music Genre:: Brit-pop, pop-rock

I live in… Moscow, Russia

This song is about it’s about teenage relations between a boy and a girl with all, that comes with it: passion, jealousy, lies, misunderstanding. The main words that can summarize the true meaning of the lyrics are located in the last chorus: “Don’t cry for the party’s over, it’s so sad, that we’re getting older…” So, that’s how we grow through our mistakes.




My music is the real me. If someone wants to know me deeper, there’s no better way to do that, than to listen to my music. It’s the projection of the best kinds of my character on this world… Or I can say, that my songs- are my children. They are the best, of what I can give to the other people. Or I can say, that music is a language that I can use for sharing my most important and intimate things.


I think the song I’d like to share here is a part of my own mainstream (if I may say so). I work in the different genres and styles, but this one- the British rock inspired by David Bowie, Coldplay, TheRolling Stones is just what I currently love to do. I’m building my own bridge between the British sound and the Russian soul.


Best Advise…

Several times I’ve got advice which turned my mind once and for all…  Firstly I need to mention my professor of composition in the Russian Academy of Music- Youry Chugunov. He told me about my absolute responsibility on each note and chord in the song. He showed me the highest level of composing music and told me, that the main thing is to find the pearl seed of the perfect melody.

The ideal melody should be like a Chinese character: beautiful, capacious, simple, but not banal and there should be nothing superfluous. Than, later on I got some brilliant advice of how to build a perfect song form when I studied the songwriting in Berkleee college.


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