INTERVIEW WITH CRIMSON SCAR & BRAIN PALACE

Crimson Scar and Brain Palace teamed up for the collaboration EP through Crowsnest Audio!

Crimson Scar is a DJ & Producer from German, cologne. He has developed unique story telling style in his sets and productions by combinating heavy dubstep, neurofunk and mid-tempo. Brain Palace is also from German, cologne. He likes to make his own twists when he is playing and producing.


Hi Crimson Scar & Brain Palace! How are you doing?
Very well, thank you! 2020 cant get us down hahah!

Take us back to the beginning, how did you found your passion into producing electronic music?
Crimson Scar
: Its been a long journey tbh. I grew up around a vest variety of music, but mainly listened to punkrock and metal. I think it was my first club experience that brought me towards elecronic music and made me wanna create my own style. With 19 I downloaded FL studio and started to play around. With Code: Pandorum as a great teacher I managed to create my own sound and now I’m at a point that I finally enjoy my own music.

Brain Palace: Something I always wanted to do was to create my own music. After learning the basics of music theory I got fl and just worked with it until I was happy with my first productions. Afterwards I sent it to Code: Pandorum and he opened me the door to the dubstep scene.

You released an EP called “Vision” through Crowsnest. Could you share the creative process behind about this EP?
We spent a lot of time together during the first lockdown and worked together on many projects, so the idea came up to do this collab EP. At the same time we wanted to do play around with other genres and styles. Over time we came up withe the concept of vision to extant our idea of music and break the boundries of dubstep

How did you end up working together?
We met through Crowsnest, got along really well during our first shows and started collaborating a lot.

What is your favorite song from the EP?
Crimson Scar
: Vision, most of our earlier productions were based on heavy sound design and hard hitting basses. Vision also focuses on this super catchy melodie and has still a lot of our own sounds, which I personally love!

Brain Palace: JOTUN, I love the concept and the atmosphere it creats, the production of the song came so naturaly. And even tho the strucure of the song is really simple it still got this huge impact.

What is the best and most challenging track you ever made?
Vision
. Writing the melody, the sound design behind it and especially the mixdown was pretty tough.

How have you been staying productive during the quarantine period?
Crimson Scar
: Trying to keep myself busy. Besides producing a lot of music, I tought myself webdesign and still did lots of sport. Had to learn for uni at the same time. So tbh during the week the lockdown didnt really effect me.

Brain Palace: Just dont leave the computer hahahah!

This quarantine period has been hard for music industry so now it’s time to support and support, any interesting new producers you would recommend to follow?
Virusoid
, Earhead. Überloud, Trokx

What Christmas Present wishes did you have this year?
Crimson Scar
: Besides a new soundcard for my computer I really wish that things are going back to normal soon and that we can play shows again in foreseeable future.

Brain Palace: Same here, I hope we find a vaccine and I can listen to Jotun in a club

Would you like to share something with the followers of Let the Bass Get You?
First of all we wanna say thanks for reading this interview! We wish you guys best of luck and health for 2021 and hopefully you guys enjoyed the Vision EP as much as we do. If you havent listend to it yet, do yourself a favour and hop on spotify!


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