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October 28, 2016

What I’ve Learned From One Year Of Gigs

The first time Jessiquoi appeared on a line-up was for an event on October 16 2015. Actually I was advertised as DJ Jessiquoi, I guess because no one expected the one-woman live looping madness that occurred at 1 am after Cachét played their last ever gig at the Gaskessel in Bern. I’ll never forget that

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August 30, 2016

Unconditional Conditions

What’s with everyone placing conditions on when they’re gonna make art? I hear this shit all the time! Here are a few examples of things I have heard from fellow creatives when they place conditions on making art. “I’ll make art when I move out of home.” “I’ll make art when I have enough money

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May 16, 2016

The Doubt Circle

I think all artists experience doubt. Even the geniuses, they may feel it the most. It’s that horrible feeling that we all go through when we create something out of nothing and suddenly we doubt its worth and we doubt our own abilities. It’s completely subjective. It doesn’t matter how skilled or experienced we are,

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April 21, 2016

Productivity – The Power of Boring

I may be a small fry but I still get musician friends or other creative people asking me about work flow and productivity. I’d like to dedicate parts of this blog to that subject because it basically rules my life! I’m always trying to come up with new ways to use time cleverly and boost my

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April 7, 2016

JQ’s Music Love no. 1 : GRIMES

I’d like to use this blog to talk about stuff that inspires me in my process… Or just stuff I love. The first and most current artist is GRIMES. Grimes has drifted on and off my radar for the last few years but I didn’t really start getting into her until my big brother Jeremy

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