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'Endtroducing'

Sune and his Extraordinaire EP


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

Hey hey! I’m doing really well at the moment. Summer is here and so is vacation - a part from that it feels like things are slowly turning around to the state of “normality” if such a thing exists, so I’m a happy camper!
To be honest, it feels a tad surreal since I’ve been playing/DJing the music since I’ve first discovered Apparel well years back, I’m basically love every single release and also the whole craft with the artwork and the A&R is super impressive! And it’s a big kudos to Giuseppe, aka Kisk who has been doing such a great work with everything related to Apparel, whether it’s Apparel Wax to the main label. It also feels good to have the ‘Apparel Music’ stamp of approval on my back.

- 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 EP is sort of a mixture of some old ideas sketched out initially to be on my debut album (released earlier this year via Let’s Play House) but also completely new stuff written for just this release. And since it’s touching down on genres like deep house, jazz, and even a bit of pop influences is just fantastic. It’s a big sallad toss it feels like but when you actually listen to the record it makes sense in a way.
My approach of late has been to showcase the world of the different genres I’m actually producing contra the things actually being released, and to be able to get this out after my debut album (where I also touched on a few different genres) feels great because people expect you to release the same type of vibe or style, I might have a signature sound as such but my styles/genres varies so much, so it’s all just a relief for me.

- Which are the main music influences that you brought in your EP? Can you share with us three tracks that inspired you during the making of?

Oh good question. I didn’t really go in with a “want it to sound like this” or reference tracks as such. It just came to be what it was in the time I was writing/producing it.
I’ll be happy to share with you the 3 tracks that I’ve been listening to the most this year of course, and I can only assume I’ve gotten some sort of inspiration from those :)

'Endtroducing'

Sune and his Extraordinaire EP


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

Hey hey! I’m doing really well at the moment. Summer is here and so is vacation - a part from that it feels like things are slowly turning around to the state of “normality” if such a thing exists, so I’m a happy camper!
To be honest, it feels a tad surreal since I’ve been playing/DJing the music since I’ve first discovered Apparel well years back, I’m basically love every single release and also the whole craft with the artwork and the A&R is super impressive! And it’s a big kudos to Giuseppe, aka Kisk who has been doing such a great work with everything related to Apparel, whether it’s Apparel Wax to the main label. It also feels good to have the ‘Apparel Music’ stamp of approval on my back.

- 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 EP is sort of a mixture of some old ideas sketched out initially to be on my debut album (released earlier this year via Let’s Play House) but also completely new stuff written for just this release. And since it’s touching down on genres like deep house, jazz, and even a bit of pop influences is just fantastic. It’s a big sallad toss it feels like but when you actually listen to the record it makes sense in a way.
My approach of late has been to showcase the world of the different genres I’m actually producing contra the things actually being released, and to be able to get this out after my debut album (where I also touched on a few different genres) feels great because people expect you to release the same type of vibe or style, I might have a signature sound as such but my styles/genres varies so much, so it’s all just a relief for me.

- Which are the main music influences that you brought in your EP? Can you share with us three tracks that inspired you during the making of?

Oh good question. I didn’t really go in with a “want it to sound like this” or reference tracks as such. It just came to be what it was in the time I was writing/producing it.
I’ll be happy to share with you the 3 tracks that I’ve been listening to the most this year of course, and I can only assume I’ve gotten some sort of inspiration from those :)

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