It was Day 4 of Electric Forest, supplies and energy were limited, the beating sun had done its best to wear us down, but with a will and a way we charged onward and upward. With some of my best mates by my side, we made a brief pitstop to the air conditioned production tent behind the Jubilee stage for some rocket fuel and sustenance, then scurried our way to the media tent for our ninth and 10th interviews, all of which were recorded on video for a series that is alas being birthed into the world as THIS IS A GOOD SOUND.
Our dream is to blur the lines between the music and those dancing to it; to give a window into the creative and painstaking process that is realizing dreams by making music for people who need to feed their soul with it; by people who perpetually walk the fine-line of selling their soul to profit enough to eat and live off of it. The adventure is simultaneously ancient and novel; a story being written with each artist and soul who imprints his or her inked-fingerprints on pages that may or may not ever be read. While it was our final encounter to yet another enchanted Electric Forest, our conversation with Beats Antique is the first we deliver to you; so put on your festival hat, crack a cold one, and burn a stinky one because this conversation with David Satori and Zoe Jakes OF Beats Antique is for you Forest Family, the past, present and future.