Polish music site www.TheMagicBeats.pl
did an interview with us (Lars). Read it in Polish here: http://www.themagicbeats.pl/the-magic-questionnaire-8-cascam/
Or the English version below.
Thank you, Michał!
1. How would you describe your music to someone who doesn't know it?
- Our music is dreamy. You can dance to it if you want to. Or just relax to it. Or dream to it. Or drink coffee. Or wine. Or make love. Or dance, did I mention that?
2. How did the members meet and who came up with an idea of starting the band?
- CASCAM started as my solo project. I've asked two friends of mine (who are also excellent musicians) to join the band – and they said yes! Woohoo! I'll reveal their names soon. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to get updates.
3. What's the story behind your band name.
- The band name is sort of an umbrella for lots of creative activity, and I've had it for a while. The focus is on music at the moment, but I hope to do other stuff like design, photography, film and similar in the future. Also, I bake a mean blueberry pie. A CASCAM pie. I'm very much in love with 80s movies like The Goonies and Back To The Future. Also I'm sorta obsessed with quantum mechanics. And I like to do creative stuff. All this equals Creative Adventures in the Spacetime Continuum.
4. What are your biggest musical dreams? Who would you like to support, who you'd you like to collaborate with, dreamy venue to play a gig...
- Our biggest musical dream is to make music, nothing more – nothing less. We'd love to support a band consisting of gentle souls that value respect and love for their fellow human beings. It doesn't matter what music they play. A collaboration with Natasha from Bat For Lashes would be awesome. Her music is magical. And she exudes mystery and kindness at the same time. Intriguing. But I've already collaborated with my dream collaborator – Marius from Team Me.
5. Have you heard anything about Poland?
- Of course! Lots. I know some geography and a lot of history, and they have an awesome national football team. I've only passed through once, but would love to come back and explore more. Also, I learned this phrase in Polish from a friend once: "Feine dopa". Means "great ass", right?