Gosha Shermadini

Q&A with Artists



George’s Shermadini AKA Gosha’s Shermadini music expresses with different emotions that represent the relationship between his mind and soul. At age of 6, he has started playing the piano in a music school, though it wasn’t the biggest pleasure for him so he decided to give up his musical education. Eventually, Gosha took his interest in electronic music. Gosha says almost everything he makes always starts with the melody he came up with while playing the piano or guitar, that are his favorite musical instruments.

How would you describe your style?
It’s a tough part for me, I usually combine a classical romantic style and some electronic elements. Personally, I would define my music as progressive Techno-trance style.

Why do you do what you do?
For me, music is something that touches the deepest strings of my essence.

Ambition or talent: which matters more to you?
Definitely, ambition is a king. Talent is nothing without proper action. I’d say, there should be an equilibrium between the two.

What inspires you to create music?
I’m inspired by soulful and energetic music. Also making music is such a great tool to express my emotions to listeners and therefore engage them in it.

How did you find the scouting process in Rehegoo?
Quite nice.

How did you feel when signing a contract with Rehegoo?
I felt it would give me opportunities to go further. I just told myself that anyway everything would go the best way.

What is your favorite song of yours?
I endlessly love two songs among another: “Where do I begin/Love story” by Andy Williams and “Unintended” by Muse.