Swole Sauce flaunts melodic dubstep skill on ‘Lost’ [Q&A]

At the intersection of dubstep, brostep, and bass is a name that has been coursing through virtual bass circles: Swole Sauce. A self-instructed New York native motivated in part by a push to disrupt what he describes as a stasis in the dubstep context, Swole Sauce—known offstage as Steven Zaslow—has steadily drawn a digital following since he first began disseminating his sound via SoundCloud in June.With a trio of inventive remakes of cult classics—”Seek Bromance,” “I Could Be The One,” and “Ocean Eyes“—in his back pocket and the Marshmello-sampling “Colors” in the immediate rearview, Swole Sauce is continuing his career-building campaign with “Lost.” Underscoring Swole Sauce’s imaginative ear, the potent output sees him harness melodic dubstep in a collision of sound that is characteristic of the genre and simultaneously carries his own distinctive touch. A rising experimentalist with clearcut potential in various electronic subgenres, Swole Sauce is an ascendant talent that electronic enthusiasts will want to bookmark. Dancing Astronaut spoke with Swole Sauce about the catalog-expanding single and his stylistic aspirations in an interview that can be canvassed in full below.For those unacquainted with your sound and the releases that you’ve put out to date, how does “Lost” build on your release history and how does it embody the Swole Sauce sound?What can you tell your listeners about the creative process behind “Lost” and how the record came together? When you were producing the track, did any of your influences color how you approached it?Musically, who are your main inspirations?How would you describe your sound, and how do you see it evolving in the future as you continue to expand your catalog?Tags: , , , ,
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