What is your name?
Hey guys, Bloody Shelby, pleasure to share this moment with you.
Where are you currently based?
Please let us know how your alter ego Bloody Shelby came about?
After 7-8 years as Jules & Moss, I want to have something different and new. Had a break with music industry for 2 years, working as engineer and founding my own start up. Finally found this past year the path want to give to this new project.
What can we expect in the future from Bloody Shelby?
Lot of projects are in the tube, as a featuring with Forrest. More TBA soon.
You have an up coming track feat. Lazarusman, that is being released ont the17th Nov. on Stil Vor Talent, with Premiere Exclusive on Sweet Musique SoundCloud channel. What is the name of this track?
Track name is “Ready”, being part of Schneeweiss compilation besides guys like Solomun, Andhim, &Me, Rampa, Fideles, Frankey & Sandrino, …
exclusive premiere here :
Where did you record/produce?
In my own studio, Lazarusman recorded his vocal part by his side at the end of the process. Then, pushed it and adjusted some details
What is the inspiration behind this track?
No one specifically, just working with the feeling of the moment. I don’t even remember to be totally honnest !
How did the collaboration with Lazarusman eventuate?
Made a remix few years ago as Jules & Moss for Nick Devon feat. Lazarusman. The motivation was to share a new collab. with him, never disappointed by his work.
How did you start playing music?
My early first time was at the age of 6, learning piano, with classical and jazz skills. Then came to electronic music, 13 years ago.
What equipment / programs do you use?
I produce on Ableton Live as well on Logic sometimes, both are interesting. Fireface UCX interface and Focal for sound monitoring, really like details on it.
Then, analog stuff as much as possible : Nord Lead, Korg MX, MS-20, Elektron Alanlog Rytm, to name a few… Like also to work real recordings with musician friends. Then some high quality VST could perfectly complete as Trilian and Omnisphere.
Favourite show of the year and why?
Adriatique @ Fabric, Sept. 30th. Really dig what the guys are doing at the moment and during 4 hours, it was really kind of music I like to play.
Who are you listening to at the moment?
Denis Horvat, Tim Engelhardt, BOg, Lehar, Trikk, Patrice Baümel for electronic scene.
But also some alternative, indie or jazz : Asgeir, Alt-J, Gregory Porter, to name a few…
Favourite artists of the past?
Âme : particularity to be one of the most influent for me at my early beginnings and still one of my fav. Above all, really appreciate the way they approach music : Frank Wiedemann with his own live projects and collabs (Ry X …) and Kristian in dj set.
How has the scene changed since you started?
Social network appears as the most impressive evolution. A world focused on buzz and smartphone as whole society could be… But this is also the chance to have more tools for the scene as being closer of the artist you like to follow or live retransmission for those who can’t reach the right place at the right moment, connecting anything and anyone, powerfull diversity.
What direction do you think the dance music scene is going?
Like the way this scene could explore new, authentic and atypical places : Cercle daily monday live, Andhim playing in a flower shop in Prague, … All those experience make this scene very special, that’s why things are exciting.
Favourite food and place to hangout?
Some humus at the MADI’s, quiet and funny place around Hammersmith in London.
When and where are you playing next?