A Rusty Kingdom
I want my music to convey hopefulness and the bittersweet. The ocean is so vast and unknown, and it is a place full of crimes, unexplored territory and harshness that is not to be underestimated. But the stories of Sealand and the Adelaide show that the ocean can also be a place of refuge and safety, which brings me happiness and promise. In particular, when reading “A Rusty Kingdom,” I experience a sense of freedom. It is a fun chapter to read because it seems like the guy just creates his own surreal adventure, which moves me in some sort of way. With my music, I want to combat the isolation and fear and bring out this sense of warmth and comfort.
Miscél, also known as Jakob Eines, is a 21-year-old producer from Norway. He’s made music for several years, much of which has been in the realm of hip-hop and lo-fi.