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"I really just create music for the love of it" Metasine talks about his latest track Here for Days

Where are you from?

I am an electronic music producer and saxophonist based in Boston, MA.

Describe your sound:

My musical style combines floor-shaking bass with funky breakdowns, mind-bending drops, and catchy sing-alongs. Offering a versatile blend of groovy dubstep, glitch-hop, and nu-disco sounds, my music boasts pristine sonics and charged emotional movement.

Tell us about your latest track:

My latest track "(I've been) Here for Days" is inspired by the nu-disco sound popularized by acts like Satin Jackets and PNAU. I wanted to create something with high-fidelity disco vibes and a chill but exciting repetitive energy. The track begins with a crispy beat and dirty bassline. Spacey vocals build to an upbeat chord groove and catchy hook. As the energy of the song peaks, a full brass section takes the listener even higher into a full-on funky town breakdown. Try not to dance... I dare you.

Who inspires you?

While this song is directly influenced by artists like Satin Jackets and PNAU, my sound comes from my awesome community of friends and fellow artists. Having taught and trained alongside many talented artists as part of ill gates' Producer Dojo, I am constantly inspired to try new things and experiment with my sound. Recently, I've been super inspired by the creative direction of Pretty Lights, as well as GRiZ, Gramatik, Manic Focus, and Vincent Antone.

Where do you see your career in 5 years?

In 5 years, I expect to be releasing music regularly with a major electronic music label and performing my tracks live for audiences nationwide. I really just create music for the love of it, so my career aspirations are simply to enjoy the process, make friends, and spread my sound as far and wide as I can.

Where can we check out your sounds?

You'll find my music on all streaming platforms under the name "Metasine".

Tell us something about yourself that people need to know.

To me, creating is meditation. When you make something, you live in the absolute present for a brief moment. In this moment the universe comes through you. The separation between mind and body vanishes and pure expression takes over. Sometimes it can be rewarding, and sometimes it can be difficult, but the process of growing through it is ultimately the flame that ignites my flow.


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