Touch Sensitive Interview - Sun Set Sessions
Meet Touch Sensitive, Australia's grooviest bass player and electro connoisseur. We caught up with Michael Di Francesco, the man behind the Touch Sensitive project for a bite sized interview ahead of his tour with Corona SunSets.
Futuremag Music: How would you describe your music to someone who isn’t familiar with your sound? Could you give us some background to your relationship with music over the years?
Touch Sensitive: Not sure, maybe a little bit of everything I like from the past mixed with a bit of the present. I’ve been in a relationship with music for a good part of my life, whenever I’ve thought of getting out it pulls me back in, It’s a long term till death does us part type deal although sometimes I do like to sit in silence mostly in an Uber and even then I’m going to or coming from music
Futuremag Music: What can fans expect from your upcoming tour with Corona SunSets? What are you looking forward to about the tour?
Touch Sensitive: Looking forward to drinking lots of corona and maybe playing a couple of new things that I’ve been working on, also got a new Warwick bass which I’m excited to play.
Futuremag Music: Where's your favourite place to wind down? Who would you share the experience with and why?
Touch Sensitive: My favourite place is easy my lounge room floor in the sun with cats, sometimes both sometimes just one but usually both - normally they're waiting for me at the door, more dog than cat like, “Cog” I think a rescue dog would complete the set but I’m away to often, in the future maybe.
Futuremag Music: What can we expect from the Touch Sensitive project in the next 12 months?
Touch Sensitive: Finishing an EP and hopefully a tour around that then maybe start another record.