INTERVIEW: Rebecca Goldberg presents TROIS CENT TROIS


Rebecca Goldberg wrote TROIS CENT TROIS as an aural memoir with reflections of a late summer road trip through France in 2021. In TCT, Rebecca sonically guides us through the thrill of a new adventure and the risks involved in a time of overall uncertainty.


We have had the pleasure of interviewing her and this has been the result.


Can you tell us a bit about your experience? Where are you from and how did you get into music?

I am currently based in Detroit and have been a DJ for over a decade. DJing eventually led to me buying analogue instruments and producing music. I love sound design and layering sounds to form new rhythms. I have learned each machine through individual practice, workshops when possible, as well as the wonderful people who make tutorials on YouTube!

How is your sound evolving? What artists and genres do you enjoy mixing right now?

My sound evolves as I'm always looking and listening for new music. Right now I'm really enjoying the projects from Deniro, LaFontaine, Rayme, Jacki-e, Brotherhood of the Wolf, JTC. My taste spans across many genres!

How do you feel your music influences or impacts its listeners?

I hope it makes people dance and is enjoyable, but ultimately that would be for my listeners to explain. Once the work is out of my hands, it is no longer in my control.


What projects are you working on right now? What can you tell us about your last work: TROIS CENT TROIS?

With two releases out this month leading up to a live PA performance at the Movement Festival (returning after a two year hiatus due to Covid) I am going to take a break :) I have resumed touring with late spring gigs coming up in Reykjavik. I look forward to more travel over the summer!

We all know that the digital revolution has affected sales, but do you think it has affected creativity?

Not for me, but I can only speak for myself in that regard. In a way it has caused me to think more outside of the box and go against the normal as far as releases go. There are a lot of great projects out there that are released digitally, but I would say the downside is that it all comes and goes very quickly. Great music has an easier chance to get skipped over.

Can you tell us about your present and future projects?

Aside from the TROIS CENT TROIS EP, Jon Dixon and I have collaborated on a single called, "Our Morning," coming out in early June via digital and flexi disc. I also have a field recording project coming soon with the BBC New Radiophonic Workshop that has been about a year in the making.


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