‘Electronic music these days can convey so much emotion and depth. Back when the genre was emerging in the 70s/80s it was criticised for being soulless, but its getting harder and harder for people to say that. As a synth-dominant band, how do you make your music evocative?
By being honest. I just respond to a feeling that I have while I’m creating it. Using synthesisers is a really great way of evoking a whole different array of emotions. I think in recent years people have started to realise the depth and complexity you can achieve from electronic music and that it doesn’t just need to be homogenised and boring. There’s actually a lot you can play with to evoke emotions that you’re trying to portray.’ Boxed In – Interview / Skiddle