GET TO KNOW THEM: Lazer Station
Who are the members of the band, what do they do, and where did you all meet?
Lazer Station: There is only one member of Lazer Station. But they like to remain anonymous. Lazer Station began in it’s current form in 2016 but has been producing music in one form or another since the late 80s.
Where did you get the name of your band from? What is the inspiration behind it?
Lazer Station: Lazer Station is a deep space vessel floating aimlessly through space. It transmits audio recordings to earth.
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What are three of your favorite albums of all time and why?
Lazer Station: Number one is The Cure's "Disintegration". This is my all-time favorite album. Why? Because it is the greatest album of all time. Number two is Ministry's "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste". This album in an essential part of my youth and a must-listen, class industrial album. Number three is Depeche Mode's "Violator". Again, a classic album.
If you had to describe the sound of your band to someone who has never listened to it before, what would you tell them?
Lazer Station: Like the soundtrack to a late 70s, early 80s sci-fi movie, but with more beats.
If you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be?
Lazer Station: Ridley Scott. He is one of my favorite directors and a multi-talented human. John Carpenter would be number two. Syd Mead would be on the list, but I’ve talked to him. Super nice guy.
What kind of gear do you use to record your music?
Lazer Station: Apple Logic, MacBook Pro, AKAI MPK Mini, Arturia Keylab Essential 49, Jackson guitar, Tal-U-No-LX, CS-80, DX7 Jupiter 8 OB-Xa, Prophet
What do you think the future of music is going to look like?
Lazer Station: I assume that mainstream music will continue to shit the bed. Independent music will continue to grow and more and more genres and sub-genres will emerge. The homogeneous pop stars and garbage radio rock bands will never go away but independent outlets will likely grow.
I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.
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