We caught up with Melle Brown to find out a little bit more about her via some quick-fire questions as we listened to her brand new EP, Intersection, which is out now on Jamz Supernova’s label, Future Bounce.
22-year-old London-born Melle Brown kickstarted her career in music at the age of 14, as a producer, DJ, and now radio host, and has since DJ’d for the likes of Gorrilaz, Little Simz, Lovebox Festival, AFROPUNK & more. Having received tastemaker approval from Complex UK, Hunger Magazine, RWD Magazine,CLASH, Earmilk, GUAP & more.
On her brand new EP, Intersection, Melle effortlessly blurs the lines between Neo-Soul, Jazz and mid-tempo House, forging a familiar yet fresh sound that is distinctively her and it’s out now on Jamz Supernova’s Future Bounce imprint.
Speaking on the EP Melle says “Intersection as an EP is the exploration of the emotions that come with feeling like you’re at crossroads in life, and the journey towards the other-side, with tracks like Bloom reinstating self love and Breakthrough adding that extra bit of spice/fight to keep you going.”
We caught up with Melle to find out a little bit more about her via some quick-fire questions…
Three words to describe our/my music
a VIBE lol
The best venue I’ve played…
Earliest song you remember…
The Mills Brothers – Yellow Bird
The worst job I’ve ever had…
I’ve been pretty lucky with this one but I did have to work on Boxing day in the Body Shop and I’ve never felt closer to hell
Favourite food on tour…
Anything with Halloumi in it 🙂 Yum
My Favourite word…
Things that cheer me up…
My friend Misterrcha dancing
If I could play a gig anywhere it would be…
A Soulful house sunset set on any beautiful beach, surrounded by MUSIC lovers
I think you should listen to…
Snarky Puppy – Something Ft. Lalah Hathaway
If I could see anyone play live it would be
Ella FitzGerald / Marvin Gaye / Aaliyah