We were fortunate enough to have a chance to talk with Star Eyes recently. Star Eyes is a big part of the legendary Trouble and Bass family. She's performed all over the world, released numerous EPs with Trouble and Bass, and even lends her vocals to tracks of her own and other talented producers. The latest releases are the 'Lost Girls' EP on Trouble and Bass, and the collaboration with Jubilee including the tracks 'Locked' and 'Merkwood Estates'.
We chat about how she got into music and djing, what's next from her, and Trouble and Bass, and more! Read on!
-Was there a point in your life where you realized that music was the only thing for you?
-Was it linked to the sort of music you make and play now?
-What's your first memory of a song reaching out of the speakers and grabbing your attention?
-We have to ask, who coined the term 'haunted house' as your genre? How did that come about?
-You're part of the legendary Trouble and Bass family, there have been some changes over the last year. Can you give us the inside scoop? We were a bit nervous when that tombstone logo first appeared online...
-What do you have planned next with Trouble and Bass?
-What music are you really enjoying that doesn't make your dj sets?
-What dj's and producers inspire you to keep at it and keep innovating?
-How does that list compare to when you started out?
-You've done vocals on a few really cool tracks. Is that a part of your live performance?
-Tell us about white gloves? Is that who we think it is?
-If you could work with any artist on any project.. What do you choose?
-What is your favourite city to perform in?
-What's the most memorable live event of 2012? Was it one of your shows? A band you saw perform?
-What was your first band/dj name?
-Can you tell us a bit about the recording process for the Lost Girls EP?
-If you could recommend one album to everyone who will read this, what would it be?
-Can you tell us a bit about Unknown to the Unknown?
-Any releases on the horizon you can let us know about?
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