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Quick Shots #13: Stu Larsen

/ How are you holding up during these crazy times?
/ Stu Larsen:
Surprisingly well to be honest. For me, I always felt like 2020 would be the start of a new chapter. I certainly didn’t expect it to be forced upon us all in the form of a global shutdown, but I have made the most of things in my own little world. I’m currently sitting in a little cottage in Scotland, seemingly a million miles away from any of the current craziness. I’m working on a visa to allow me to stay in Europe and not have to move around every 3 months but until it’s approved, I’ll keep floating. I’ve always travelled for music, but now with no touring for the foreseeable future, I think it’s time to embrace the next chapter and sit tight for a while.

/ What’s your favourite hideout if you need some space?
/ Stu Larsen:
I usually rent a little cottage along a river in New Zealand when I need to escape but it’s been a while since I was over that way. Luckily for me, this cottage that I’m in right now gives me that exact same feeling. So now I have two places on opposite sides of the world to hide away in when I need to.

/ Which musician can be found most in your playlist?
/ Stu Larsen:
Ed Patrick was my most played artist from 2019 and is still played quite a lot, but Stephen Grady’s new album ‘Wonder’ is on the highest rotation at the moment. It’s looped 4 or 5 times already this morning as I’ve been replying to emails and staring out the window to the sheep on these foggy Scottish hills.

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‘Quick Shots’ is a series of random questions answered by reviewed artists.

Florian Maier

Owner of kms reviews. Drummer. Sound explorer. Music enthusiast. Critic. Writer. Husband. Father. All stacked up in 1.88 m, 80 kg.

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