What has changed in your perspective towards your work?
To have more fun with it. I've been doing music for a while now and I sort of started taking the process for granted a little, I felt really uninspired for a while too. Just getting back to how my friends and I used to make music when we were younger, just for the fun of it rather than overthinking things like 'will this stream well?'
What kind of art have you turned to in this past year?
A lot of house music. When I first started putting out music seriously it had house electronic influences but I never truly explored that sound. I'm getting way more into it now and having a lot of fun doing so.
Is there a particular moment this year that you remember?
My homie got married and we had our whole friend group reunited for it. Everyone's getting busier and doing cool things in their own lives which is awesome, but it was also cool to just have us all together again.
Like the stranded island scenario, if you knew you were going to be in isolation, what are 3 things you would have planned to have with you?
2 bottles of Jameson and a new pair of football boots. I bought a new pair before lockdown but somehow lost the left boot.
How did you keep in touch with your peers during isolation/did you?
We have group chats where we meme and would also watch football together on discord. Ronaldo coming back to Manchester United was a very very big deal for us. My friend and I also started working on music together which is cool, we'd bounce beats and moodboards between each other.