Our last tour of 2018 is with Rohan Walder, aka @rohanrandomer ! He’ll be in Bombay, Delhi and Bangalore - grab your early birds on @insider.in before they’re gone! 🛸🛸 .
Dec 7 / @agenc.in Dhanmill Compound / New Delhi
Dec 8 / Famous Studios / Bombay
Dec 9 / @kittykoindia / Bangalore .
Here’s some snippets of his interview with @m_magazineprs.
How did you first get into electronic music? What turned you onto this sort of sonic tackle?
Passion wise pretty much just hearing jungle/drum’n’bass on pirate radio in London when I was young. I don’t think anyone who grew up in the nineties could have avoided electronic music at all.
When did you first realise that you were onto something with music making?
I never really had that thought. I was 12 when I started playing guitar and just started writing my own riffs as I was learning. As I grew older I knew that’s what I wanted to do with my life.
How do you approach your production process?
I work on little things at a time. When I’m in the mood to make drums I make drums, if I’m in the mood to write a hook I do that. If I write a good hook then I’ll usually use something I made already to create a loop and then develop that into a finished piece.
The most important thing for me recently has been to move away from goal focused work and into simply writing music to exercise creativity. When being creative alone is the sole objective, you remove your own subjectivity about what you create and all the anxieties that come with that.