We’re here Now – and introducing you to 92elm, who caught us off guard with his submission, ‘Glimmer‘, as part of issue seven | SUNSET. When we received this track (months ago) it resonated with us emotionally and psychedelically so we’re excited to let you hear as well!
92elm has been releasing more content personally on his profile and on other labels like our good friends over at Jadu Dala. Expect so much more from 92elm in 2017 – but we don’t have to tell you! Go ahead and read our exclusive interview with him below… Right as you listen to ‘Glimmer‘ :).
Interview curated by Soba of the phuture collective staff.
Phuture: Thanks for being here on Issue Seven | SUNSET with us, 92elm! Your song, Glimmer, is emotionally captivating and thoroughly well done. How much of your own emotion went into the creation of that tune?
Phuture: Do you have a current favorite musician/number of musicians? Who? Why?
Phuture: What is your favorite color? Why? Do you think it embodies your music in any way?
Phuture: What made the name “Glimmer” feel right for the track? Any particular reason you decided to go with that title?
92elm: I was going through a strange transitional period at the time, and writing music was really providing me with my main source of positivity. “Glimmer” felt right because the song evoked a sense of joy in me, when other things in my life weren’t necessarily doing that.
Phuture: What has been your favorite kind of music to either create or listen to recently?
Phuture: Do you plan on taking on the world musically? We’re sure that the planet could use more 92elm! Where do you plan on being 5 years from now?
Phuture: What is your favorite beverage? Alcoholic if you’re over 21, non-alcoholic if you’re under.
Phuture: What is your favorite foreign food?
Phuture: Thank you for being a huge part of Issue Seven, and a crucial part to Issue Seven | SUNSET, 92elm! We look forward to having you on future records! Before we end things here, mind giving us a couple of producers that you feel deserve more credit than they are currently exposed to?