Deep, bass heavy and in a mood for experimentation, INTRASoL’s long catalog is pushing electronica to new horizons. Use it to show off your sound system’s potency. Read our discussion with the producer below!
Describe your sound in 3 words
Deep, Melodic, Bass music
Tell us a few things about your new album Caldera. What is the main idea behind it?
I didn’t really have an idea behind it. A lot of music I write is from a random thought, idea or mood that I’m feeling in that particular moment. Later I’ll organize the songs in a way that fit together.
How does Caldera differ from your previous works? How has your sound evolved since your first album?
I feel Caldera is more of a continuation of the sound I’ve been working towards. I think that as ive learned more about music and how to go about writing it in a way that it resonates with me. I think that’s helped evolve my sound and of course hearing music from other artists always can spark ideas.
If INTRASoL’s music was a film, which film would that be?
I’m not sure what film but I’d would want it to be something visually stimulating.
You focus on instrumental music. Was it an artistic decision to not include vocals, or it just happened?
I like to use more abstract sounding vocals, so that the listener can form a story in their mind that resonates with them.
If you had to choose one Synthesiser (analog or digital) which one would it be?
I own a korg minilogue. So I’ll say that one.
Favourite albums of the past decade?
I can’t really think of an album off the top of my head that I would choose.
What is the story behind your name?
My brother is the one that came up with the name. He was helping brainstorm a name one day and INTRASoL was what I ended up deciding
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