You’re finally stepping out of the spotlight of being just a producer. What is it like releasing your own music?
It’s not a totally different world. As a producer, I try to get really into the personality of everyone I work with, I make their personality come through in the sound design and everything. To then start my own music, I have to force myself to redefine my take on producing music, on how I personally contribute to the music, you know?
But even the act of producing and recording feels like a contemporary thing, like a lot of people can relate to it. I normally mess around with audio, and creating an album is like a really extended version of that. In PC, we throw in a lot of contrast like electronic versus acoustic, and by stepping into the spotlight a bit more, it made me prove there’s not so much of a difference between those two anyway.