Sadly, Porter Robinson didn’t obtain a GRAMMY for his aspect mission Virtual Self, which was nominated for Best Dance Recording for “Ghost Voices.” That award went to Diplo & Mark Ronson’s mission Silk City, for his or her monitor “Electricity” with Dua Lipa.
Still, Porter says that to even be nominated for his aspect mission, which was extra about him expressing a unique aspect of himself, was a blessing. He walked the pink carpet and spoke to the hosts in regards to the mission.
“This project was me clawing my way out of this creative struggle I was having under my own project and wanting to do something that really subverted expectations and surprised and scared some people,” he mentioned. “For this to get the Grammy nom, it was so far from what I expected.”
They additionally requested him, as one would desirous to know extra a couple of topic they’re unfamiliar with, about what makes the “perfect dance recording.”
“Everyone will have a different answer for this, but a great hook is really critical. It’s all about structure in dance music. It’s all about the moment something is revealed. Tension and release is the name of the game. Also the drums have to sit right, dance music is drums — that’s the essence of it.”
Porter additionally talks in regards to the Four-hour set he carried out at 1720 in Los Angeles this previous Friday, between two headlining units on the Shrine Auditorium. Check all of it out beneath.
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