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Some deep conversations with @justindemun - A visceral musician from Chicago who has mastered the art of putting raw emotions into explicable electronic music
How was the journey of Pre and Post like?
The idea of pre (before) and post (after) came to me while watching someone flip a record.
The side of the record ended and someone went over to flip it to start the next sign and I started thinking about the time or space in between that record flip, where one is affected by the music that just happened and is waiting for the next side. Like before you start a song you feel something (pre), while you listen you feel something (the between), and once it's over you feel something else (post).
"Pre "ends and "Post" starts. That's supposed to be the "record flip"
What were you thinking about when you thought of ‘Lost’?
"Lost" was written with my brother in mind. He had left home in a rather unconventional way, as did I, and I think the song came from concern. I was worried about his well being and hoping he wasn't "Lost" or being misguided. I think it was my way of voicing my concern and relating to that, because I too have felt lost whether it be mentally or physically. I think the idea was to really achieve that dropping sound, like an uncomfortable rip, I like to refer to it as a drowning sound, and kind of drown the listener in the sound immediately. The synths came after and I remember wanting it to sound like "electronic metal" music but reflecting and listening to the song now, it almost sounds like a night time (or adult) lullaby