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Q: Please introduce yourself

What’s good? We are Murphy’s Law. Two brothers from Leicester in the UK, who have been making music together since we were little kids.  

Q: One person you'd dream to have a coffee with?

Our dream Coffee date would probably be Quincy Jones. I think he would have some insane stories to tell from everything he has experienced and all the stars he’s worked with. Also he just seems like an absolute boss. 

Q: If you could have any superpower, what would it be and why?

Tough question… my dream superpower would have to be the ability to be in two places at once. Imagine never having to miss out on an amazing party ever again when there’s been two events on the same night. Or better still you could stay in bed while the other version of you goes to a rave.

Q: If given the opportunity to create a film score, which movie would you choose and why?

t would have to be Lockstock and Two Smoking Barrels. Proper British film at it’s best and the soundtrack is a masterpiece from start to finish. There are so many iconic scenes where I would love a Murphy’s law track to be playing in the background. 

Q: Who has been the most influential in your music career? And who has been the most influential in your personal life?

n music it’s probably get to be our dad. He’s been a drummer and singer for 40 years! Growing up in a house with him has literally been a non-stop musical education through dub, reggae, soul, funk, ska and all the good stuff! In life, I would say our biggest influence has to be action Bronson…. Anybody who gets paid to cook and eat amazing food, play sold out shows, make banging music and get stoned 24/7 is definitely someone we think would have a real passion for life haha. 

Q: Could you share with us your journey – the good and bad experiences that have brought you to where you are today?

We’ve been making music for the best part of 13 years together, experimenting with a few genres before getting to where we are now! The main thing for us has been to stay consistent and write as much as possible. It’s like throwing sh*t at a wall - if you throw enough some will eventually stick and by writing lots of music all the time, we like to think that’s got us to the point where we are at now!  

Q: Everyone goes through ups and downs, what’s one habit you adopt to push through the downs?

There’s a few, you have to learn your own ways to cope with the downs as this industry can be incredibly savage at times. We like to stay fit and work out every day from Monday to Friday and eat as clean as we can, we’ve found that really helps to clear the head. Another thing we always try to do is remember that there are thousands of people that would kill to be in our position so we should not focus on the negative so much.  

Q: What is one pro work ethic that you would recommend to the readers/listeners?

Just be consistent and enjoy the journey. People want it to happen overnight and with next-to-no work put in, this is so rarely the case. If you enjoy the journey and actually enjoy your time making music then it will never feel like a chore being in the studio and you’ll never be so impatient to ‘make it’  

Q: How has your music style evolved over the years?

I don’t think our style has evolved so much because we make such a wide range of stuff. We have always lived by the motto ‘make whatever you want’ and we won’t let other people or trends influence our style. However, I think our style has just been refined over time, the music we used to make 2 or 3 years ago just wasn’t quite there and right now we are so happy with the quality of music we are putting out. We also have 200 unreleased tracks that haven’t found a home yet but do the damage on the dance floor when we play them.  

Q: If you were to venture into another music genre, which one would you choose and why?

We do follow several other genres. We are suckers for UKG and think some of the music coming out right now in this genre is insane. We also love Reggae and Dub, we even make dub music ourselves from time to time. Grime also has always been a love of ours, we used to write and record grime when we were young and have never lost the love of it. 70’s and 80’s funk and soul is probably the stuff you’ll find us playing mostly in the car or at home though, nothing has got a better groove.

Q: Could you name 3 tracks that got you into electronic music and why?

Calvin Harris - Flashback.

This is one track that brings back the best memories of driving round in my dad’s shitty Honda FRV with us both belting out the lyrics, it’s still such a tune now.

Shapeshifters - Lola’s Theme has to be another one. It’s the first dance music track we remember being in the charts and it’s still one of the best tracks ever written. period. Finally we would have to say

Chase & Status - take me away. What a belter. That whole ‘More Than A lot’ album was an absolute joke and we played it on a daily basis growing up.
Florence and the machine – You’ve got the Love – Mark Knight Remix –one of the tracks of my early visits to Ibiza.

Q: Can you recommend a hidden gem in your home country that would be perfect for a rave?

A hidden gem that’s a perfect place for a rave would have to be ‘The Spray Shop’ in Liverpool. It’s already a nightclub but it’s one of those spaces that is just perfect for a rave. intimate, concrete, insane sound system and a killer green room for causing carnage… it feels like DC10 but smaller, what more could you want?  

Q: Could you tell us about your upcoming releases and plans for the year?

We still can’t believe some of the gigs we've got lined up! One of the shows we are most buzzing about is Rise Festival in the French Alps. Imagine this: skiing by day, killer music fest by night. The lineup is pretty nuts too! On the tunes side, keep an ear out for our next single 'need to know' on Ministry of Sound. It’s got a slightly more crossover vibe with some wicked vocals. Oh, and we've got another track coming out on DFTD - it’s a proper club banger. We’ve been itching to work with that label forever, so it's a big deal for us!

Q: Can you share a fun fact about yourself that most of your listeners are probably unaware of?

We both love cooking crazy food. If we weren’t making music we would probably end up doing some sort of food pop ups or try and open some sort of food stall.