Meet Ines Paramola, 29 years old from Madrid, Spain.
"I live in Madrid, Spain, particularly in Malasaña, multicultural neighborhood from which they are born, several of the most valuable artistic and socio-cultural movements of our country. I am quite carefree, impulsive and lonely. Music accompanies me everywhere, yes. I love to travel, read and nature. You could say I'm a little "animal" so to speak."
What is the soundtrack of your life?
The one that came from the flute of a cameleer in a tent in the middle of the Sahara, surrounded by nothing and sand.
What is the most annoying song in the world?
Omi cheerleader. What frustrates me most is that it is catchy. Sometimes I find myself singing it and I get angry ...
What is more important for you? Music; or lyrics? Why?
Music. It is more intuitive, the lyrics can be found in other areas and the best music in the world for me has no lyrics: Beethoveen, Bach ... That does not mean that good music with lyrics does not make me scream their words.
Music skips the rational channel and goes directly to intuition and instincts, which marries my way of being and living life.
I honestly do not have I can not choose. There are too many artists and talented people that thrill me to just have a favorite. Putting myself between the sword and the wall, I say Bob Dylan, but it's a lie.
If you had the opportunity to interview an artist, who would it be? (Alive or dead)
I do not remember the name of the artists .. It was one of electronic cumbia in the Sol room in Madrid.