BR: I’ve never made an album, though I can imagine it feels great to have completed a body of work like that. How has it changed your day-to-day persona?
“It hasn’t really. We’ve both released albums under different projects (Machinedrum, TStewart, Syndrone, Praveen, Praveen & Benoît) in the past. If anything, the fact that we were able to write the album in 2 weeks has definitely proven to us that we have something special going on musically and should keep it up!”
BR: So you do stuff under lots of different names. Does each different name hold it’s own emotional attachment, and do you get obsessive about the categorizing them?
Praveen – “I definitely try and keep projects separate. I think it helps bring a sense of cohesion to releases.”
Travis – “Sometimes I use new names to avoid previous expectations”
BR: What’s the most frustrating label someone has ever put on your music, and why did it anger you so?
“Lovestep It was meant as a joke and we’ve mentioned that many times yet for some reason we keep seeing it pop up on PR material. Guess that one’s our own fault.”
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Sepalcure will be performing live @ LPR on Thursday, November 10th as apart of PopGun Presents: Surefire Sound w/ Africa Hitech, Mux Mool and DJ Kiva! If you are unfamiliar with Sepalcure, take a moment to listen to their track, “I’m Alright” (Courtesy of Boiler Room). If you like what you hear, join us! Visit www.lprnyc.com for details and tickets!
Sepalcure – ‘I’m Alright’ by BOILER ROOM