Exclusive Subscape Q&A Interview
09 Sep. 2014

Exclusive Subscape Q&A Interview


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Subscape Melodic Bass Music Chillstep Bass EDM Heavy Dub Police Artist Subscape UK

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Originally I had a different production name that was associated with another performing artist in a different scene, and then I came up with Subscape randomly. I was thinking landscape then Subscape, it just stuck.I get inspiration from everywhere; I’m quite lucky that I like most types of music, which makes it easy to gain a wide variety of influences. I make dubstep with a melodic twist, and I use my musical inspiration to generate my own sound, which probably makes it quite unique!I started out making drum & bass and met Alex (The Others) at the ACM. He was making dubstep & he encouraged me to try writing at this tempo. On from there, he also introduced my music to Caspa, who was the owner of Dub Police, and the rest just slotted into place quite easily. So going to the ACM has definitely influenced my whole path in production, and even totally changed it!I have been releasing on the label for 6 years now, so the majority of my career has been with the label. I’ve been able to play at some amazing events across the world linked to this brand, which ranges from the House of Blues in LA to Fabric in London and lots in the middle. I’m comfortable with the Dub Police, they understand what I want to do,& everybody knows each other really well.Yes definitely, last year I did a 13-date tour in North America with Dub Police celebrating the Past Present & Future Compilation, which was amazing. This year I’ve been fortunate enough to play a few festivals & club shows there too. The plan will be to get back out as soon as possible to share the new material I’ve been working on. It’s always great to play to the North American audience.The advice that has worked for me is to stick to your guns & write what you’re truly into. It’s important to be very patient with whatever you’re doing, because it will take time. Don’t be afraid to go against the grain.I’d recommend you keep an eye on the next wave of Dub Police. Mydas, Ethic and Variations are all tipped for big things. My new EP ‘I Would Have Loved You’ is out now! The package features the original and remixes from AWE and Atlantic Parade, as well as another track from myself called Angels. You can get it
at JunoDownload.

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