CASSETTER | 'INTROSPECTION' - An Interview

An Artist that you will overlook at your musical peril, the polish native that is Cassetter has had a litany of sublime tracks that'll live rent free in your strobe lit mind for quite awhile after you've listened.



He's blazed quite a trail for himself even claiming a seat at one of the scene premiere record labels FIXT NEON. It's abundantly clear the love he has for music with a prolific back catalogue and some stellar collaborations under his neon belt.


Forged were delighted to get a chance to interview the man behind the music. This is great! Take a look....

Thank you so much for sharing your time with Forged today and congratulations on the newest single ‘Observer’ such a great track and of course the soon to be released ‘Till the End’ You’ve been exceptionally consistent with new releases this year which is great, how do you feel 2021 went for you?


Thank you for your nice words and for reaching out to me. I've been following your blog for some time and I’m really happy to appear here! It’s been a good year for my project. I released my 3rd LP, Robot Era and also worked a lot on my upcoming, 4th album. Finally, it was great to play live once again after the pandemic break.



When & how did you first start your journey to becoming Cassetter?


As a teen I played around with some simple production software like Ejays etc. In 2018 I decided to come back to an old hobby, using more advanced software - FL Studio. I sat down and produced a track, then I made a second one (“Purple Dusk”) and uploaded it on Soundcloud. I didn’t expect anything and it was a huge surprise that there were any listeners. What’s more important, it gave me a lot of fun so I continued, trying to make a step forward with every track produced.



I would love to know how you came upon your stage name?


To be honest I didn’t think too much about it. I just found myself wanting to upload the track on Soundcloud as quickly as possible and it was about Synthwave. So I thought about some early music memories. When I was a child my mother had a nice hi-fi cassette player, and it was the best music quality gear in the house, so even when the CD’s became more popular, I recorded everything onto cassettes, cause the above mentioned player was the only one with a fat bass sound. I even found a way to record mp3’s on cassettes, but I don’t remember how :)



What do you enjoy most about being a musician?


Opportunity to express myself with the music and create something from scratch is extremely satisfying. It’s also kind of a catharsis, which helps you to deal with your own feelings. Furthermore, it’s a great chance to meet new people, see new places.



Tell us a little about your creative process, how long would it take for you to lay down a track?