Meduza is a project of three artists. How do you divide the work?
Basically, we have three different backgrounds. I’m more the DJ, and Simon and Luca are more the musicians. Luca has his focus on the machine, Simon is the melody-guy of the group, and I’m more the guy of arrangements and the general idea. The funny thing is that when we’re in the studio, there are no particular roots in the process. We’re all free in sharing our ideas and give our opinions about what we like and don’t like. Whenever we find a solution that the three of us like, we go ahead with it and start working on the track.
What’s the biggest advantage of being a trio in the studio?
It’s a big advantage because it allows you to share your opinions with someone that thinks differently. You have more points of view instead of working on a track on your own. You can think that you created a perfect track, but you realize it’s not like that when you have feedback. It always gives you a different view of what you’re making.