Cassette Kids singer Katrina Noorbergen says the Sydney group has no dominant figure when it comes to the creative process, borrowing from each member’s influences. “A lot of bands, when it comes to the [song]writing process, I think there is often a dominant figure, one person who is directing where the band is going,” tells Australia’s Time Off magazine. “But our situation is we all contribute quite evenly. And we all come from quite diverse musical backgrounds. We all listen to very different stuff and somehow that all comes together to make something new… instead of just sounding like our favorite band.”
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