Danny Scrilla: You use a lot of analogue equipment when producing as well as on stage. What is your favourite gadget and which one gets the most use?
Moresounds: I love working with Analog stuff, although i use Digital too. It's very enjoyable to play with hardware, like synths or Dubbing with Fx on a mixing desk. I have Delay Units, Tape Delays, pedals Delay, BBD delay. Delay is sure a magic effect and is the main ingredient of Dub. This is has to be my favourite toy and heavily used in my live sets.
Danny Scrilla: Reggae, Dub and Dancehall are obvious influences in your music. If you had the chance to collaborate with any artist of these genres (dead or alive) who would it be?
Moresounds: Dub music brought so much to contemporary music, i think. I would have loved to have meet King Tubby, not even to collaborate but just to watch and learn from the Master. So now I just dream of working with the Scientist.
Danny Scrilla: Could you imagine upgrading your live set with let's say an MC, a singer or even a live band?
Moresounds: I think about it sometimes, I can imagine working with an MC, that could be very cool. I had experiences already when I was more emersed in hip hop. The hard part is to find a singer with whom your on the same page as. A good example of this is the collab between Sam Binga and Redders.
Danny Scrilla: Do you find yourself playing a different kind of set when you're playing at home compared to when you play abroad and if so, what is the difference?
Moresounds: My live set mutates everytime a play, always some new arrangement shaped by new inspiration. I wouldn’t say I play different music for French people or abroad, It's always nice to play a live set and see the different crowd reactions where ever I happen to be.
Danny Scrilla: If you had to eat one dish for the rest of your life what would it be?
Moresounds: Tortellini, everyday... #2000
Moresounds: I know that you come from reggae sound sytem environement... what declic brings you to more electronic scene?
Danny Scrilla: The first purely electronic genre I got into was probably grime. That was roughly 7-8 years ago and I've been listening to/producing electronic ever since.
Moresounds: Do you play any "physical" Instruments? If not... which one would you choose to play?
Danny Scrilla: Yeah I play a bit of guitar and piano but it's almost not worth mentioning. I'd love to improve my piano skills though!
Moresounds: I know that you are also very influenced by reggae/dub music, but there is also a cosmic synth vibe to your tunes, what kind of music/artists influence you?
Danny Scrilla: Anything really. But I guess you could say that most of my music is influenced by dubstep and hip hop which, again, draw influences from reggae/dub themselves.
Moresounds: Is a Danny Scrilla LIVE expected soon?
Danny Scrilla: No, not anytime soon. I've thought about it a lot but I don't think I could do anything more exciting than pushing a few buttons on Ableton at this stage, so I'll stick to DJing for now.
Moresounds: If you had to keep a beard style for the rest of your life what would it be?
Danny Scrilla: Hah! Probably the one I currently have, even though a long bushy beard with a built in mini bar somehow seems like a good idea.