Have you ever had one of those moments when you meet a group of dynamic people and they take your breathe away, drawing you in like a moth to a flame?
This happened to me recently when seven musicians showed up at our local radio station.
I always love live music so I went into the producers box and had a peak at who they were and what they were doing.
I was mesmerised and enchanted by their sound.
I was encountering a moment of not being able to look away.
Not only were they playing unbelievable music live in the studio, they were moving and being active at the same time as using their instrument.
One person in particular was playing the drums on the side of the studio wall!
When they had finished playing they came out of the studio to hang out with the staff, giving us some tips on how to ride a uni-cycle.
They all had a positive vibe about them, an electric energy that drew me closer and gave me the inspiration to do a short video on them.
I later found out that the musicians who came in to the studio were part of a bigger team that are touring Regional WA.
DeepBlue describe themselves as part band, part orchestra and part theatre.
They enjoy throwing away the traditional methods of performance and have adopted a more contemporary, freedom approach to their art.
I caught up with three of the DeepBlue members later that day, Greta Kelly, Heidi Chappelow and Wayne Jennings.
I asked Wayne where the name DeepBlue came from, he simply stood up and pointed to over the horizon and shouted, "There, over there on the horizon is where the deepblue is..."
As we were filming, they were like big Kids, playing on the playground and interacting with pedestrians as they walked by.
They were certainly a joy to be around.
Having lots of fun and being active while playing music really does break down barriers.
I look forward to seeing more of DeepBlue over the horizon.