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David Swick Talks Doomfolk Starter Kit, Musical Challenges & Pastrami! | David Swick Interview

Watch our recent interview with David Swick, the mastermind behind Doomfolk Starterkit!


Watch our interview with David Swick, the creative mind behind Doomfolk Starterkit. Doomfolk Starterkit is a project in which David tries to finish pieces of music in challenging time frames, such as writing, mixing and publishing a song in an hour.

His latest endeavour – SleepyGhost, is a 5 track EP that he wrote in less than 24 hours. Find out how he managed to create a hauntingly beautiful body of work in such a short time, and still squeeze in a job interview too.

We also discuss musical influences, the importance of making mistakes as an artists and where to get the best pastrami sandwich in Portland!

Listen to Doomfolk Starterkit


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