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'Endtroducing'

Butch Haynes and his Everybody EP


- Hi Luca, how are you and how does it feel like releasing music on Apparel Music?

Very well, thank you. Music helped me a lot during this crazy period. I used it to produce and think about new projects. It also looks like our business is starting again, here in Italy as well and all this makes me feel better and it reflects on my energy/soul. Anyway this is my second release on Apparel and I'm happy to collaborate with my longtime friend Giuseppe. It's easy to work with someone you know personally and it speeds up the whole release process, that's why I choose them, I prefer to work with someone I know instead of collaborating with some virtual profile.

- Talk us through the creative process behind the making of this EP. How did it come about and how did you work on it?

This track was born a few months after my release on Sistrum Recordings Detroit and ended during the lockdown. I didn't know how to spend my days and having a lot of free time I started sorting my record collection of more than 10000 records. Starting from the origins of Chicago and Detroit House music. But at the same time I try to be updated on the new music too and so let's say that Everbody was influenced by both things.
When I make music I start often with my trusty akai s3000i and so on. For this work I used Alpha Juno, Juno 106, tape recording tascam tsr8, Korg Wavestation, Yamaha dx7, Tr 626, Tr 505, Korg Superdrum, Yamaha Rx15 Drums, Roland d10.

- Can you share with us three tracks that inspired you during the making of?

These are the three tracks that influenced my EP with Apparel:

'Endtroducing'

Butch Haynes and his Everybody EP


- Hi Luca, how are you and how does it feel like releasing music on Apparel Music?

Very well, thank you. Music helped me a lot during this crazy period. I used it to produce and think about new projects. It also looks like our business is starting again, here in Italy as well and all this makes me feel better and it reflects on my energy/soul. Anyway this is my second release on Apparel and I'm happy to collaborate with my longtime friend Giuseppe. It's easy to work with someone you know personally and it speeds up the whole release process, that's why I choose them, I prefer to work with someone I know instead of collaborating with some virtual profile.

- Talk us through the creative process behind the making of this EP. How did it come about and how did you work on it?

This track was born a few months after my release on Sistrum Recordings Detroit and ended during the lockdown. I didn't know how to spend my days and having a lot of free time I started sorting my record collection of more than 10000 records. Starting from the origins of Chicago and Detroit House music. But at the same time I try to be updated on the new music too and so let's say that Everbody was influenced by both things.
When I make music I start often with my trusty akai s3000i and so on. For this work I used Alpha Juno, Juno 106, tape recording tascam tsr8, Korg Wavestation, Yamaha dx7, Tr 626, Tr 505, Korg Superdrum, Yamaha Rx15 Drums, Roland d10.

- Can you share with us three tracks that inspired you during the making of?

These are the three tracks that influenced my EP with Apparel:

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