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Let’s Talk REMETI

Steph Landreville | February 4, 2021

Montreal based music producer, REMETI, has truly left us speechless with her recent release ‘Melt’. Having begun her music career as a DJ, mixing at local venues, she quickly realized she wanted to develop her own sound and produce her own music. She hoped that this would allow her to connect with people on a deeper level and help others understand her better as an artist. With a handful of successful releases this past year and having recently joined the ‘Subtle But True’ management team, she looks forward to seeing where her musical journey takes her next.

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We are pleased to have had the opportunity to chat with REMETI and gotten to know her a bit better.

Q. First of all, how are you doing?
A. If I’m going to be completely honest, I’m pretty stressed with school & life in general. I’m really looking forward to this winter break!

Q. You mentioned that you’re currently in school. What are you studying?
A. I’m working towards a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geography. I want to deepen my knowledge on the subject so I can make informed decisions on how to combat the very serious climate crisis we are facing.

Q. Let’s get to know you a bit better. Other than music, what are some things you like to do in your spare time?
A. I really enjoy gaming, working out & spending time outside!

Q. When it comes to producing, what inspires you the most and helps get your creative flow going?
A. I guess what inspires me the most is visualizing where my career could take me if I keep working consistently.
Apart from that, there isn’t really anything I turn to specifically to help me get creative. I just sit down in front of my computer, give myself a minimum number of hours I want to spend producing that day & then I experiment.

Q. You recently released ‘Melt’ with us on Obskure, can you tell us a bit more about the creative process behind this track?
A. It started off with a super ambient intro & a sound design loop I made for the drop. Then I just built off it from there. I found a bunch of samples I liked, and I experimented with some new Reaktor synths.

Q. Your bio on Soundcloud says that you make whatever feels right that day. What can we expect to hear from you in the coming years?
A. Hopefully some house music, which is one of my favorite genres! I especially love disco house, so we’ll see what happens with that.

Q. When it comes to your music career, what is the best piece of advice you’ve received or that you would like to share with our readers?
A. Hold yourself accountable for your successes & failures alike.

Q. Thanks for your time REMETI. Is there anything you’d like to share before we wrap things up?
A. I just want to say thanks for everyone’s support, especially Obskure & my amazing manager Steph! Also, whoever is reading this, go check out the Subtle But True team! Some of the best people I’ve ever met & their music is unreal.
Love you all <3

Written by Steph Landreville

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