To what or whom do you accredit your sense of style?
Living in Bristol for 20+ years gets in your blood, there is a sense of style that is distinctly Bristol for everything from mood to music.
On your current project, how did you come up with the concept?
I just sit down and start putting things together, a synth line, beat, chords or even odd electronic sounds. It either grows into something worth keeping or it just doesn’t inspire me to continue with it so I start again.
What are some of your greatest challenges, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
My biggest challenges are what to do with music once I’ve made it. I’m not going to lie, the online world and how it works is not one I’ve ever been very familiar with. So I’m a bit lost when it comes to needing to use it. My greatest attribute is musical instinct and my sense of realism about what I do.
Are you the best at what you do in your opinion?
No, definitely not. There are a few acts that are very well known that also come out of Bristol that do it a lot better than me. It’s hard to be influenced by a band or scene and not subconsciously want to make music like that, I think my music is good and stands out from a lot of what’s made today, but I’ve got no delusions that I’m the best at it.
What are your plans for the near future?
I’m already working on the next EP. Before I get too lost in that though I want to see a couple more videos made for this project. I’m very lucky that my friends Rich & Dan are artists and they have been brilliant at helping me get that sorted.
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