Chatterbox: Nora Lilith chats polyrhythms, emotional expression and moving back to Berlin.

Hey Nora Lilith, thanks for taking the time to talk to us today. Could you tell us something about yourself that nobody knows?

Hmm well I love to take film photos, as well as staining and developing them myself!

What influences have gone into your sound recently?

I think most recently i’ve been influenced by my curiosity for polyrhythms and strange grooves, as well as my desire to use music and singing as a way to self-regulate. So falling deeper into my voice, and emotional expression, and navigating how those things relate to my production/beats. 

By Kate Dannemaier

What are you currently working on?

As a whole I’m putting in a lot of thought and care into building better practices around my relationship to music, and switching up / establishing more of a process that feels good to me. I think I’ve never really had a set process, and I’m coming to discover the different angles at which I can approach my music. So I’m working at a healthier creative process that prioritizes joy and emotional intimacy rather than anxious perfectionism.  

What are your plans the year ahead? 

Making a lot of music and honing my skills. Exploring the different avenues I can take as an independent artist. I’m also planning on moving back to Berlin, so I’m sure that’ll have some influence on my music / releases!

Any top tips for getting through this difficult time?

Find the things that help you regulate, that help you feel safe. For me, doing simple things that remind me of my own company like being in dialogue with myself and focusing on my breath really help.

Catch Nora’s latest release ‘Daysof8’ below:

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