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'Endtroducing'

Eduardo and his Highrise EP


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

Hey man, this is great. When the EP was ready I started thinking about what would have been the right label for it. So, I started to research and during the journey I discovered a lot of great producers and labels and, at some point, I found you folks and it was perfect. All the catalogue is really inspiring -both music and artwork- so yeah, I couldn't be more grateful!

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

Normally I start with some chords progression, a sample, or just a drum pattern and when this first seed blooms, I create a micro-universe of sounds around it. Then it’s a matter of jamming and recording all the moving parts in a live session until the song converges. In this EP there are two songs where the ‘magic’ happened right in the first Jam (I'm not going to say which ones 😉), and for some others it took a lot of sonic experimentation until I was satisfied (and I worked my ass off to make that happen).

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

I'd like to use reference tracks to capture moods or vibes and then the songs could end up really different from the original reference. For this EP is hard to choose 3 but I will do the effort:

'Endtroducing'

Eduardo and his Highrise EP


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

Hey man, this is great. When the EP was ready I started thinking about what would have been the right label for it. So, I started to research and during the journey I discovered a lot of great producers and labels and, at some point, I found you folks and it was perfect. All the catalogue is really inspiring -both music and artwork- so yeah, I couldn't be more grateful!

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

Normally I start with some chords progression, a sample, or just a drum pattern and when this first seed blooms, I create a micro-universe of sounds around it. Then it’s a matter of jamming and recording all the moving parts in a live session until the song converges. In this EP there are two songs where the ‘magic’ happened right in the first Jam (I'm not going to say which ones 😉), and for some others it took a lot of sonic experimentation until I was satisfied (and I worked my ass off to make that happen).

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

I'd like to use reference tracks to capture moods or vibes and then the songs could end up really different from the original reference. For this EP is hard to choose 3 but I will do the effort:

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