Man, it’s tough to describe music with words, and I’ll let the music do the talking, but I decided I’d write an honest album intro in one single sitting using 10 mins on it tops, so here it is.
This one took a long, LONG time. I’ve been making music for 31 years (since 1992), and while the technical process of making music has become much easier, I’ve become increasingly picky in terms of what I want to do – and especially release.
Not one to collabo much, I teamed up with UK-based producer Larson Whiled to 1) discuss the importance of good tea in studio, 2) talk about the importance of good biscuits, 3) praise Luke Vibert’s discography, 4) get epic Bitwig collabos going, and 5) make some bassy breakbeat music as the result.
It’s recommended that this EP be consumed while consuming your favorite tea (or coffee, as, I won’t lie, this EP took tons of that, too!) and biscuits.
Time goes by fast when you’re doing fun things like making music.
This year, I’m happy (or just shocked) to say I’ve been making music for 30 years (started in 1992 with Octamed & Amiga).
One thing I’ll celebrate that with is releasing some of the oldest Fanu songs that still exist: all these were made in ’97’/’98.