Soar Through a Unique Soundscape on "Daijoubu Dayo!" from The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade



Independent artist Rylei Nathaniel has created an open collaborative group called The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade with the sole mission of generating music that opens your mind and your soul. This artist is looking to spread some emotion-filled, higher-level music and take his artistry to the next level. This unique concept leaves room for artists to add personal and creative touches to the music, each piece a new wave of consciousness.

“Daijoubu Dayo!” is the latest release from The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade, an entirely instrumental track with lots of layers to unravel. “Daijoubu Dayo!” at its base has simple progressions and eccentric guitar, but there are many elements of musical effects and sounds on top of this. From unpredictable percussion to funky synth melodies, The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade makes their statement with this song, unlike many out there today. There is always something new to pay attention to, and “Daijoubu Dayo!” has no shortage of new feelings and ideas. “Daijoubu Dayo!” is a pure projection of creativity and higher thinking, something to check out if you are interested in a completely ethereal experience. The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade welcomes all to join their journey of musical awareness and raising vibrations, keen to continue on their journey of exploration.



What is the translation of Daijoubu Dayo!? Why did you feel that this phrase encompassed the feeling of the song “Daijoubu Dayo!” and what it represents?

Daijoubu Dayo! is Japanese for "No worries! It's okay!". The song's atmosphere at times encompasses the feeling of uncertainty and doubt, however, at the end of the day, all the uncertainty will pass, feelings of doubt will dissipate and things will eventually be okay and fun in the long haul. It's all about the journey of becoming your best self. 


Where do your ideas typically stem from? Does having a larger team give more room for creativity?

My ideas come from my personal life experiences as someone that's in a unique position in life. I'm an autistic trans (FtM) person who's mission is to raise vibrations in this plane of existence with music. Having a larger team does create more room for creativity since there's more than one mind involved. I created The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade to aid my mission of raising vibrations and also create a refuge for expression in a world that doesn't acknowledge and aren't so understanding towards "different" people or anomalies. 


What does the behind the scenes look like for The Brotherhood? How many artists typically collaborate on one song?


My ideas come from my personal life experiences as someone that's in a unique position in life. I'm an autistic trans (FtM) person who's mission is to raise vibrations in this plane of existence with music. Having a larger team does create more room for creativity since there's more than one mind involved. I created The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade to aid my mission of raising vibrations and also create a refuge for expression in a world that doesn't acknowledge and aren't so understanding towards "different" people or anomalies. 

What is next for The Brotherhood Camaraderie Project? Where do you see your music going in the future?


The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade is an open collaborative group for the most part. There are a few of us that are the main contributors. Some of us are in the same city and we're able to meet up and exchange ideas. Most of the time we send each other our samples online or by text and one or more of us mix them together and converse what needs to be added, removed, or edited. 

The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade main goal is to raise vibrations in this plane of existence with music and provide refuge and outlet for creative artistic expression in a world full of apathy and misunderstanding. 

What's next for you?


I was born and raised female, and I'm currently living as a man for a few years now. Speaking about my personal experiences living as a man has been bittersweet because many people don't acknowledge the unique position that many trans people are in, having personal experience as living both female and male. We're all individuals and certainly don't act or think in the same ways. I soon realized that the society I live in doesn't have much empathy towards the male gender than they do with the female gender. I'm musically inclined and I figured since music has tremendous potential and power, I will use it as a platform to be heard, taken seriously, and change the way my society views and treats males. The Brotherhood Camaraderie Brigade accepts anyone willing to acknowledge the pain and suffering that men and boys go through in modern society. Us bros have each other's backs through the mystical frequencies of music. 

 

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