Just Tapped: a series of short, intimate conversations that brings light to artists, musicians and the creative consciousness. We talk about what drives artists’ creativity, and the joy their work brings them. This series stems from Collective Arts’ DNA; creativity lives in our soul, and here we expose the passion that drives creativity and their craft.
Just know that if figuring out USS is your main concern, you might be waiting for a very long while. Vocalist/guitarist Ashley Boo-Schultz and hypeman/turntablist Human Kebab have always existed hanging in a sort of myth-like state, allowing the music they make together to first speak for itself, and empowering listeners to take from the sophisticated sound whatever they will. While USS is on a constant quest for meaning, the interpretation of it is largely up to you.
Hailing from the periphery of Toronto, at the edge of where the suburbs meet the country, there was an instant clash and connection between the two musicians when they met working at the same golf course in the mid-2000s.