Daniel Zott and Joshua Epstein knew each other for years and years before ever writing a thing together. More along the lines of acquaintances than friends, the two musicians were familiar through the Detroit music scene and maintained respect for the other’s output, but nothing ever clicked.
Then 2009 came along, and their dynamic was totally revamped.
One day, Epstein called Zott with the goal of collaborating with him — a move Zott thinks was sparked by Epstein being impressed by Zott recording, producing, mixing and mastering his own solo record
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