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GET TO KNOW: Zane Coppard

Photo: Guy Fergusen

After spending the last few years conjuring up a broad and atmospheric array of electronic delights, producer and songwriter Zane Coppard recently returning to share his latest EP 'Dupoint'.

Working entirely in collaboration with fellow artist Outbreak, the pair cracked out a fresh and captivating four-track collection that sees them explore a multitude of diverse ideas. Making texture the focal point of the release, they build and swell with shimmering aesthetics throughout the EP, creating a vivid and awe-inspiring offering.

So with the EP doing the rounds, we wanted to find out more about his background and what has been inspiring him most over the years.


What was the first instrument you learned to play?


What was the first album you remember owning?

'In Rainbows' by Radiohead.

Did you ever form a band when you were younger and if so, what did they sound like?

There were various bands. I remember playing drums with friends in middle school for a band we made called The Robots. Pretty silly. Soon after I was drumming in a blues band called Heavy Lemon and in a band with my brother called Smash Boom Pow.

What is a song you wish you had written yourself?

'Hallelujah' by Leonard Cohen.

What has been the most thrilling moment about creating your own music?

The self discovery and feeling of growing.

And what about the most frustrating part?

The self discovery and feeling of growing.

Which artist would you most love to share a stage with?

Frank Ocean.

Where do you see yourself in five years time?

NYC, and lots of plane rides.


Zane Coppard's new EP 'Dupoint' is out now. Check it in full below.

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