When she started producing in 2010, O’Neal considered herself a sample-based beatmaker, digging through vinyl records, searching for the deepest cuts that she could assimilate, manipulate and osmose into her own brand of funk-loaded EDM. However, throughout this process, she felt that the space and texture that she saw many of her contemporaries accomplishing was missing from her body of work.
“I actually took a month, month and a half, creating a palette, creating a vision for what I wanted this project to be,” says O’Neal. She put an emphasis on sound design by…
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