I remember the first time that I heard Philadelphia-based, electronic producer Droid Daughter‘s music. It was with his Mesoamber album, in late 2013, when Myc Ripley retweeted a link to it. The album art is what prompted me to click the link and take a listen. Then, before I knew it, I went through the whole project, and was a total fan. I hit download, and moved on to listen to his other works. Yup, this dude is dope!
Since then, I’ve been following him on Twitter, as well as following his music progress (although, I haven’t posted much about what he’s been up to since then, on here — my bad). That said, I was honored when he sent me an advance copy of his forthcoming album, titled Auxera, and wanted to talk about it. After giving it a thorough listen, several times, we began the interview. I learned a lot about him–personally and as a producer–such as his childhood hobbies, his musical influences, his favorite video games, what equipment/software he uses to create, the core inspiration behind Auxera, deeper explanations into the songs, and more. Check out my interview with him below.