NICKO PAPAGANIS, Jr. – The “Al” of the “Mozart in the Jungle” gang, The Odd Couple is an artist whose music is so original, it can barely be considered an attempt at genre.
The odd couple of Yankovski and Paul Yankovich is the co-creators of the highly anticipated “Weird Moms,” a TV series that will premiere in October.
Yankova has said the show, which is loosely based on their friendship, will “bring back a whole lot of the feelings that we had with the music that we did growing up,” like “a feeling of nostalgia,” as well as the “fantastic energy of making something that was very special and very memorable.”
As the Odd Couples, the two musicians have a ton of musical interests that overlap in the same genre, including electronic dance music, dubstep, and dubstep-inspired dancehall.
It’s one of the rare collaborations between an artist who’s both a musician and an artist, and a pairing that’s also not without its challenges.
“We’re trying to do something new for this new generation of music that hasn’t been done in a very long time,” Yankoviks creative director, Yankoff told EW.
“It’s not going to be the same formula.
It has to be something that’s totally unique.
It can’t be the formula for the music industry.
It must be something totally different.”
In a way, the Odd Family is like an amalgamation of all of the different genres, Yanks creative director said.
“You could say that the music is like the soul of this family,” he said.
And it’s not just a product of their love of music, Yankedovich added.
It could be the story of a story we are telling, the music. “
If there’s any inspiration to be found, it comes from our music.
It could be the story of a story we are telling, the music.
That’s how it works.”
It’s a story that also includes their musical influences.
“When I was a kid, there was no one that had the same taste in music as I did, and it was really difficult to listen to music and to create,” Paul Yanka told EW of his musical influences, which include the music of hip-hop and electronic dance producers.
“All these genres were so new, and they were all trying to be just like us,” Paul added.
And that’s the reason that Yankowski and Yankowi are so open to sharing their influences, whether they’re working on a new genre or a familiar one.
“There are people who think, ‘I don’t like hip-hoppin’ music.
You don’t know how to do it,'” Yankovsky said.
But they don’t necessarily have to.
“Hip-hop is a great example of that.
The music is really good, but the production is terrible.
You need to have that soul, that energy.
If you can create that, you can do anything.
If the producer isn’t able to bring that energy, that’s a problem.
And there’s a reason why that’s why hip-hops are such a big genre, is because it’s the only genre where you can have those feelings of that,” Yanka said.
In an effort to further create the music the Odds can feel, they’re also open to collaborating with other producers.
Paul Yanky’s label, PIX, is known for producing artists like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Drake, and more.
Yanka and Paul also collaborated with the production team behind the acclaimed series “Big Mouth,” which is set to premiere on NBC in the fall.
“The whole show is like a soundtrack to the musical, and I think that’s important,” Yankedovski said.
The Odd Family also has a history with artists from the genre’s past.
Yanks creator said that when they were younger, there were certain artists they wanted to work with.
“My mom was the only one that could do it,” Yanks producer explained.
“She had this really great record collection, and she would say, ‘Well, we should work with this artist.’
As an artist and producer, Paul Yansky had a lot of money, but it didn’t mean much to Yanki, who had a very small income. “
The Odd Moms’ relationship with Paul Yanks was also interesting, because it was a relationship that came out of necessity, Yanka added.
As an artist and producer, Paul Yansky had a lot of money, but it didn’t mean much to Yanki, who had a very small income.
Paul was able to produce for Paul Y