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Flight Take Charge Drops Eclectic Tune ‘Rising Comets’ & Exclusive Interview

Flight Take Charge Drops Eclectic Tune 'Rising Comets' & Exclusive Interview

Check out our exclusive interview with Flight Take Charge about his debut into the electronic scene, latest projects and more!

Flight Take Charge, is a musical ninja who mixes electronica and pop music. He also enjoys creating love songs. His latest release ‘Rising Comets’ has just dropped and we managed to get the inside scoop.

The wonderfully named, Flight Take Charge, is a musical ninja, juggling rap and R&B, electronica and no small amount of pop infectiousness and blending them into new forms of love songs, ones which are perfect for the alternative clubland dance floor but could also find a lot of traction with the musical movers and shakers of the more mainstream scenes. Connect with Flight Take Charge on socials!

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

1. Tell us about the first track that put you on the map in the electronic scene and the journey since. How did you get started?

The first electronic song i made is called/ bring it up. i started just by using sound for my first electronic song. it turns out decent, but it wasn’t good enough, so I kept going far in the electronic genre and found the path i was looking for.

2. Tell us about your latest project 

My latest track rising comets is a very great Electronic song. Anybody can listen to matter and i made the synth sound a little sad but at the same time happy. i put mixture of moods in there to give the track a little flavor.

Listen on YouTube

 

3. Tell us something we wouldn’t normally find out about you?

What’s about me that a lot of people don’t know is that I’m a very kind outgoing person, and i like playing the guitar and use my own riffs to play.

4. What single night out has been most memorable for you as a dj and producer?

A single that has been memorable to me, was when i listen to alone, made by Marshmello.

5. Give us the name of one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you listen to it?

One track that never gets old to me no matter how many times i listen to is (I got a feeling) by black eye peas. the song is always catchy and just has that melody and kick that just feels my spirit.

6. Dream collaboration and why?

One person i want collab with is, San Holo because he creates that chill mood vibe type of songs and is very relaxing. Also, it matches my style.

7. If you could play any festival, which would it be?

If i can play in any festival it would be ultra-music festival

8. How do you get a track started? tell us about your production process

When it comes to making a track you can get so creative. i, first start using my software, studio one 5. then i make my beats first, then turn the master at the right volume. once i get done with the whole be i record vocals and add auto tune and chorus in as I’m recording. the final process for me is the mixing, then the reverb and charm to get the echo i want.

9. Upcoming projects? What are you currently working on? 

Right now, I’m a day off, but I’m working on a upcoming release and is future bass. right ow n I have the beat but once i start back ill finish the project so i can schedule for release.

10. The relationship between a dj and the audience is crucial, and yet is seems to be a fragile one – how do you see the balance between giving the crowd what they want and treating them to something new?

If I want to give a crow what they want and treating them to something new, then dubstep or house is my answer. House and dubstep are my solution because they are a great type of genre, and I don’t see that many people make them. ill create something new giving their minds a nice melody sounds to the ears.

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