My first question is about your first EP Morning In Japan in 2013. How has your music evolved since then?
It’s a tough question. Actually, I’m influenced by the events that happen in my life. Each EP or album I’m focusing on what’s happening to me. For my new album, I’m going back to my roots, going back to my first inspiration for Morning in Japan. So my next album is actually very close to my very first EP.
How did you start making electronic music in the first place? You have quite a distinctive sound, how did you develop that?
I was just playing the guitar and playing in bands during high school, so I was a regular high school student. Then when I graduated, I was starting to make my own songs and recording myself on my computer. The following two years I just kept learning from that and how to make music. In the end, I was able to create songs with drums and bass. That’s how it all started. I was just studying how to record music and at the same time, I was listening to all these different bands like Bonobo and Cinematic Orchestra.