When did you start making music and what was the contributor factor that made you to do so?
Ding：When I was in junior high school, I learned three guitar chords from my cousin, and then I wrote a song describing a small river in my hometown – the small river was polluted. But I don’t know if it’s a creation, three chords can write songs, this should be the charm of the guitar.
How hard was it for you to create, record and release your first material?
Zoo：Now think of it, the first creation, recording is very simple, perhaps it can not be called “creation”, because we are more driven by emotions and energy to do these things, in a DIY way. I remember that we had an all-night recording of the first recording, but all failed, and the sound engineer never contacted us again.
Ding：Everything is chaotic and confusing. I don’t know until now that the first recording of the sound engineer was the real sound engineer. I also recorded the vocals, that was the last time I did that.
What is the main art form that influenced you in creating? Was it only music or did movies and other forms of art influenced your creative process?
What are the steps that an idea takes before becoming a fully fledge song? And how does that idea affects the way you build an album from the ground up?
What do you consider the most important traits that a song and an album must have before you consider it to be completed?
What are the actual steps that you take when you are creating? Do you need to enter or go to a certain setting in order to get creative?
Zoo：Listen to your own voice, and the voices of your teammates, and feel the characteristics and integration of these sounds. Capture some emotions during the improvisation process, then restore the feeling and finally record it. It is best to have a free and relaxed environment
Except art are there any other external or internal factors that influence you when you create, if so what are they?
What is your main motivation to create and be creative?
Zoo：Express and communicate
How long does it take to go from a song to an album from scratch to the fully recorded version?
Do you take multiple takes of the songs before settling on the final version or do you go with the flow and just do one take?
Zoo：Usually a version
During live shows what do you like to do more, experiment and improvise on the basis of the existing album and songs or you are more likely to recreate the recorded material as faithfully as possible?
What are the main ingredients that makes a live show special for you?
Do new ideas appear during live performances? If so how to do you proceed in order to materialize them?
What is the perfect time of day and weather that makes you creative?
What are your future plans and what advice do you have for people that want to get into creating music?