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Evil Alex Talks Gear, Music and Ambitions for 2016

INTERVIEW: Producer, Sound Engineer, Musician and Videographer Evil Alex answers quick-fire questions on the best of 2015

It was only right to include The New Beatmaker family Evil Alex in our roundup of 2015, given that he released two of our favourite projects of last year ('Sounds in a Vacuum' and 'MaLAise', both of which can be enjoyed at

Check out what the LA by-way-of Chicago musician and videographer had to say below.

Favorite hardware: 'Got a new allen and heath zed 18 that has been an amazing analog console.'

Favorite software: 'Been getting back into using Reason.'

Favorite song: ''Put a Flower in Your Pocket' by The Arcs'

Favorite music video: ''Multi-Love' by Unknown Mortal Orchestra'

Favorite album: ''Currents' by Tame Impala'

Favorite producer: 'Jamie xx'

Favorite blog: 'Stereogum'

High point: 'The release of 'Sounds in a Vacuum' and 'MaLAise''.

Low point: 'It was a good year for me musically.'

New year's resolutions: 'Collaborate more. Got a new EP in the works with Chicago emcee Shavac Prakash and maybe another solo record that features other artists.'

Good stuff, The New Beatmaker cannot wait to hear more!

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