Interview: C Duncan, reluctant pop star
When it is first suggested that I meet C Duncan in the Glasgow flat where he recorded his stunning 2015 debut album, Architect, for a recession-busting £50, I have romantic visions of an Aladdin’s cave of old recording equipment piled high around his bedroom. So it is somewhat anti-climactic to discover that his magical mystery set-up amounts to a laptop and a couple of compact monitor speakers sitting on a small desk.
Rather than expand the bedroom “studio” for album number two, Duncan has streamlined his home recording set-up even further – and consequently saved even more money on the... read more
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