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article imageJoakim Molitor discusses new track 'Always Gonna Say Sorry' Special

By Markos Papadatos     May 26, 2017 in Music
Swedish producer and DJ Joakim Molitor chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Always Gonna Say Sorry," featuring Maia Wright.
On the track "Always Gonna Say Sorry," he said, "I met up with Maia Wright and Ida Østergaard, the other songwriter on the song, at a writing camp. We had an eight hour long session and pretty much came up with the whole idea that day. Then we had one more session for recording all the final vocals."
He worked on this track with Maia Wright. "It was so much fun. She's a really good singer, songwriter and a great person," he said.
He is drawn to electronic music due to its "combination of human emotions and technical mixing." "There are so many good producers out there," he said.
On his future plans, he said, "I’m working on some new songs and instrumental tracks for upcoming sessions. I’m also leaving for Nashville, Tennessee, in June to write with some people there."
He shared that he is inspired by the whole process of making music. "When you start a new track, or if you go in to a session and meet new people, it's really exciting to create something out of thin air," he said.
As a Swede, Miriam Bryant and Zara Larsson are his two favorites, and he would love to record a dream duet with either of them. "That would be sick," he admitted.
When asked where he sees the future of electronic music in the next five years, he responded, "Since it's constantly evolving, that's a hard question! I think electronic music will stay for a while if we’re talking about clubs and festivals. We will see more of the genre crossover."
For his fans, he concluded, "This is probably something they didn't expect from me and honestly neither did I, but it's always fun to try new things and not get tired of yourself. I hope they like it as much as we do."
Joakim Molitor's new single is available on Spotify.
To learn more about Swedish artist Joakim Molitor, check out his official Facebook page.
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