Laurel Halo talks to Michaelangelo Matos about her debut album, gear, “heavy” music, and how she got from the violin to electronic music

Electronic albums seldom hold together as anything more than a compilation of tracks, but Quarantine feels more of a piece, its mood a “heavy” one, according to Halo. But I wondered if there was any intention of making a statement.

“This is not meant at all to be like, ‘This is my album!’” She let out a big laugh. “I just wanted to make a great piece of music. I made 30 demos and slowly discovered the vibe. I wasn’t even really anticipating starting making a heavy record. I was anticipating making an aggressive record. And what comes out of that is this.”

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