It looks as if Ten Walls is trying to resurrect his shattered career after he posted a disgusting homophobic rant online earlier this year.
In an email – which has been sent to DJ Mag, and will be circulated to other media outlets later today – the Lithuanian producer expressed his regret for the incident, stating that “I am saddened by my own behavior and the impact of my actions on others”.
The ‘Walking With Elephants’ producer has revealed that he is joining an electronic opera, titled ‘Carmen’, which deals with issues of homophobia and intolerance in his native Lithuania.
Adomaitis hopes that by working with the very people he offended it will be “the first step to educating others in my home country that homophobia is simply not acceptable and that everyone should be free to live the life they choose.”
“I am sorry for what I have done. I am sorry I let myself down. I hope you can forgive me and that one day through my actions and future behaviour, I will once again be accepted for my music.
Marijus / Ten Walls”
Clearly, Ten Walls is trying to make a mends for his inexcusable actions, and while it won’t happen anytime soon, maybe one day we’ll remember Marijus Adomaitis for his music and not a bigoted Facebook post.
Read the full apology exclusively at DJ Mag.com.