With their debut EP out now via Alcopop Records, London-based trio Husky Loops have released a music video for their song ‘Tempo’. The stylistic trio have confirmed to the world their identity as bold, powerful but most importantly refreshing. This is our interview with the very cool Danio from Husky Loops.
Hi, how are you guys?
WE ARE REALLY WELL LOVE/PAL/MATE, the question is, How are YOU?
We are very well thank you! So, when did you decide to form Husky Loops?
It was about 2 years ago now.
How did you come up with the name Husky Loops?
We discussed about it for MONTHS and then randomly we decided we liked the sound of both words put together. It’s prettttty cool.
What is your source of inspiration when making music?
Our ideas and songs are the one that inspire our music and arrangements in the first place. The songs come from a place unknown to us, the ideas from everyday life and listening to a very wide range of music.
Describe your music in one word.
If you could collaborate with any artist ever dead or alive who would it be and why?
David Bowie, because he would teach us so much. Or maybe Rachmaninoff, because it would be a MENTAL collaboration.
Do you have a favourite song/track you have made?
I feel like you’d get so many different answers that it might be better for us to say no.
If you had do anything other than music what would you do?
We’d try and understand why we’re not making music.
How long does it take for you to make a song?
We don’t really write songs together, songs come quickly from Danio but then it takes time to decide if a particular song is right for the project or not.
If you could give any advice for any aspiring musicians out there what would it be?
Be yourself, believe in yourself, make music for yourself, make the music you like, make the music you want to listen to and everything might be fine.
What is your definition of culture?
Let me ask you a question, what is the definition of definition?
OCM: Well, According to Google “a statement of the exact meaning of a word, especially in a dictionary.” But we don’t trust them with that.
To find out more about Husky Loops click here for their Facebook page.