Name, where are you from?
My name is Master Peace, I’m from South West London (Morden).
Describe your style in three words?
Left, different, experimental.
What’s the best gig you’ve ever been to?
The best gig I ever went to was Easy Life in London. It was absolutely amazing and inspiring in the sense that if you work hard, that could be me in a couple of years or months. And just the lighting, to the sound, to the crowd's reaction, it just really made me feel good.
If you could be on the line up with any two artists in history?
The two artists I would wanna be on a line up with are The 1975 & The Smiths.
The reason why I would pick these two acts is that The Smiths inspired me to make music in the first place, and The 1975 are just my favourite band overall - like I’d do anything for them to hear my tunes!
Which subcultures have influenced you?
Rock. 'Cause there are different types of it like Indie, Goth, and Heavy Metal. They all still come under Rock and how the whole genre has expanded throughout the years is very influencing.
If you could spend an hour with anyone from history?
The musician I would spend an hour with if I could would definitely have to be Liam from Oasis. That guy is a genius, a free spirit with so much talent and I would really want to get advice from him music wise and hear his story with him and his band.
Of all the venues you’ve been to or played, which is your favourite?
My favourite venue would definitely have to be Ace Hotel and Camden Assembly. Every time I perform at these venues the sound system is always slapping! And I enjoy the different amount of people who are local and just come down to watch the gig etc.
Your greatest unsung hero or heroine in music?
My favourite unsung hero would definitely be Chris Martin from Coldplay. His writing skills are amazing, like the lyrics really speak to you. Growing up when I first heard 'Viva La Vida' it really changed my childhood, the chords and the instruments used in the song to make it what it is - an ultimate classic.
Master Peace will appear at Fred Perry Subculture - All Our Tomorrows festival 2019
Friday 13th September at The 100 Club.
Line up - Hak Baker / Badgirl$ / Master Peace / Nayana IZ