Classic interview: Giorgio Moroder – “If you want to make a fantastic dance music, you continue to need the 303, an analogue drum device and a Minimoog”

Yoshiko Yap

By 1996, Giorgio Moroder was presently famous, getting been a towering influence on the births of equally disco and electronic dance tunes. He’d also (very pretty much) scored substantial achievement with his movie soundtracks, and worked with everyone from Phil Oakey to David Bowie, Elton John and Cher.

There was lots for Upcoming Music’s Matt Overton to go over with Moroder when they sat down for a chat, then – here’s the complete job interview from FM51 (December 1996).

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