Hi guys! Thanks for taking the time to talk with us. First off, your new track, ‘The Future’ has a very old-school house vibe. What DJs / artists inspired you when making this track?
We were not inspired by any artist or deejay, we just got a new drum machine (Acidlab Miami) and started a beat with it, then we added some synths etc. We sent it to Navid and he gave us this amazing vocal, this was the process.
‘Set Me Free’ kicks in with hard, jacking drums and a mixed-down Jonny Cruz vocal that completely eschews soft focus. How did you meet the singer, Jonny Cruz?
We know jonny for a while, he has always been a very precious friend. He just showed up at the studio while we were working, so we started the track together as a natural process without any plan.
The Eric Volta remix is dustier with wobbly synth lines and a sharp hi-hat that takes the original track somewhere close to a rave anthem. Is it what you were aiming for?
To be honest we didn’t expect anything, he got inspired by the track and sent us an amazing remix. Eric Volta is a great artist, an amazing producer and can do what he wants, and we loved what he gave, it is such a great and original remix.
What other exciting projects are you working on right now and what’s in store for the future? A Strangers in Heaven live show perhaps?
We are working on a remix for Smash TV (who remixed our first EP), we will go back to the studio and work on some new music, we dont know what will happen. No live set scheduled for now, maybe one day!