Artwork is from a portrait of Great Ghost taken by CF’s Harold Fandino in Wynwood, Miami. Banner is borrowed from a street piece by Entes y Pesimo.
CF: how and where was this mix recorded?
This mix was recorded in my home studio while I was watching an episode of UFO hunters 🙂
CF: How did your production name Great Ghost come about?
The name is a reference to a song by The Microphones, but it also just sounds cool to me and seemed to fit my style well. I was doing more singer/songwriter stuff before, so the idea for this project was to just focus on the groove first. More and more the results are being described as “sexual”. I hope to go further in that direction.
CF: what do you normally listen to at home? which are your top three favorite albums?
At home I’m usually checking out whatever new stuff the internet has for me that day whether it be an XLR8R podcast, Twitter link or Soundcloud tunes. I like to turn off the wi-fi and listen to the classics on vinyl too. So hard to pick a top 3, but 3 really game-changing albums for me are:
Polmo Polpo – Like Hearts Swelling. Such a beautiful, patient record. I usually only listen to it at important times in my life, late at night.
Quasimoto – The Unseen. Lord Quas!
The Microphones – The Glow, Pt. 2. This is the one that made me want to record my own music way back when.
CF: what is your favorite thing about living in Miami?
It’s cliche but the beach is my favorite. I try to take advantage of the being able to jump in the ocean once a week.
CF: Which projects are you currently working on? Any plans for summer 2012?
I’m currently working on Great Ghost tracks I’d like to release later this year, as well as a Great Ghost live set. I’m also doing an album with my former Dance, Jenny band mate and cousin, Kai Kravit. We’re calling it Brothers K. He’s doing the singing and it’s got a bluesy, Walking Dead vibe.