We’ll tell you this much right now: If you don’t know ZenAware then you don’t know phuture collective :). This is his fourth straight issue with us and we’re honored to work so closely with this talented artist. You can expect SO much more from ZenAware in 2017 but we don’t need to tell you! You can check out our latest interview with him below to get an idea for yourself. Oh and be sure to listen to his track ‘Coconut’ as part of issue seven | SUNSET.
Interview curated by Soba of phuture.
Phuture: Hey ZenAware! Thanks for being with us again on Issue Seven | SUNSET! You’ve been a part of the phuture family for a while now, why do you enjoy being a part of the community and releasing your music with phuture?
Phuture: Who are some of your biggest current inspirations musically? Any new producers you’ve found that are really talented, or anyone within the phuture collective community that you feel has a knack for making good tunes?
Phuture: Coke or Pepsi?
Phuture: Is music a part of your family’s history? If so, how has that been a part of your music? If not, why did you choose to pursue music?
Phuture: What is your favorite thing to do when you’re not busy, outside of anything music related?
ZenAware: sleeping, longboarding, sleeping, eating, sleeping, oh and did I mention sleeping?
Phuture: What is your favorite kind of music to create that you’ve discovered so far? Why?
ZenAware: I don’t even know what to call it. It’s like boombap-futurebass-trap-jazz-
Phuture: Do you have any siblings? If so, have they influenced you creatively? How? If not, are you happy not to have had any siblings growing up or no?
Phuture: What can the world expect to hear from ZenAware in the next few years? What are your biggest goals, both regarding phuture collective, and your solo musical experience?
ZenAware: biggest goal would be to open for flume, or have flume open for me hahah. I think with phuture I’d love to see it and everyone that is part of it grow tremendously!
Phuture: Thanks for being with us again ZenAware! Much love, and we hope to have you on again soon! Lastly, what is your favorite part of making music? Do you prefer putting your soul into your art, or sharing that art with people more?