ITW: We notice you keep a low profile on social media accounts. I imagine this is to allow the music to speak for itself?
Anshaw Black: That is whats most important. Everything else is noise.
ITW: What was the process of making that EP like?
AB: I created what came most natural to me. The process is tedious and time consuming.
ITW: How do pseudonyms and alter egos allow you explore different reflections of self?
AB: Art to me is mechanical, blue collared work. Im going to remain under one moniker for the time being.
ITW: Do you prefer hardware, software, or a hybrid when making music.. and why?
AB: Hybrid, to ignore modern tools is foolish. My studio contained a balanced mix of both mediums while creating my last batch of records.
ITW: Are you living in LA currently? Do you reside in Miami?
AB: I’m living full time in LA at the moment.
ITW: What is your role in Omnidisc?
AB: Danny and I are partners at the label.
ITW: Did you grow up in Miami? Were you influenced by miami bass music and culture? Where did your early musical influences come from?
AB: Yes, Miami was my first home. Electro, Hip-Hop, Breaks and Bass all played a major role.
ITW: Who are you inspired by for music as we head into 2020?
AB: Minutemen and Fugazi
ITW: What can we look forward to hearing from Anshaw Black in the coming year?
AB: I have two EPs that I’m finalizing.