— We'd love to hear a bit about your production technique, how do you usually approach creating a track?
— Before I even say anything I want you to know that there are no rules or limits in creating music so what I'm gonna tell you now can change again and again over the years. So usually when I start to create music the first thing I do is find the rhythm for the mood I'm in at the moment, after I have the groove that moves me I start to play with the synths and effects. I like to record everything I'm doing until something touches me. When I have the idea and the groove I start to imagine how the track should be built, add effects to what is needed and find the accurate color I want. I like to use tapes and a few different delays, change times and speeds and make things sound trippy, duplicate channels, and use them differently. I think most of my best tracks were without much thought about what I'm gonna do. So trust yourself and your instincts and the results will come.