a0849105640_10CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your music, what would it be and why?

C: Mainly it is pop music.

CH.89: Where do you draw your inspiration from?

C: Moments we share together in the weight room or around a ping pong table. Usually it’s under the trees, so we can get inspired by the nature. Power to the Otters!

CH.89: What made you all want to start a band and how did you come up with the band name?

C: Initially this project was born from another band called Holstenwall. We changed a little bit our formula by including two new members to our team. Now it’s been a 3 year long adventure. The band’s name comes from an impression we had looking at a picture we took in the french country side that looked like the rain forest. Caboco are forest dwellers and we changed it to Cabuco.

CH.89: Can you talk a little bit about what your creative thought process is like when starting a new album?

C: When we are starting a new record, we experiment things at rehearsal with no plans in mind. We spend years in a cave remote from civilization. Working on the songs separately, we develop some ideas, a thread pops out and this will give coherence to the record.

CH.89: What would you want people/ the listener to take from your music?

C: Groove, dance and fun. And a pack of mint.

0004596102_10CH.89: When starting out an artistic task, do you think it is better to have a particular direction/set plan guiding your way? Or, is it better to act on impulse and go from there?

C: We don’t have any particular method, we like to surprise ourselves (when an otter comes up from the drums for instance).

CH.89: What is one major lesson you’ve learned as an artist?

C: When the seagulls follow the trawler, it’s because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea.

CH.89: Do you regard personal style & taste to be of highest importance?

C: Did you take a look at our picture ?

CH.89: What do you consider to be the hardest thing about being an artist?

C: Last as an artist.

CH.89: What is one thing you love about being an artist?

C: Free food !

CH.89: Is there anyone in particular, any artists that inspire you in any way?

C: John Padment, the famous one.

CH.89: What do you think of technology in terms of being a useful tool for artists today?

C: Less wires hanging, less stuff on the stage, it’s a real pain.

CH.89: Do you think being an artist allows you to view the world differently from those who don’t follow creative paths?

C: It’s every day holiday but work at the same time.

CH.89: Do you enjoy traveling? If so, do you have a favorite city?

C: Calvisson

CH.89: Any future goals or plans for your music?

C: Working on new singles. We are preparing for our next shows in Paris at Le Pop Up du Label on April 18th.

CH.89: What does being an artist mean to you?

C: Being sincere in anything you do or say.

CH.89: Any last words on the aesthetic of your music?

C: Not much but we like to associate with other people, such as graphic artist Romain Arnette who designed the artwork for the EP we just released.



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