“With my parents musicians, I bathed in jazz, soul, funk, and then I discovered electronic music and studied classical music and jazz. This is probably what explains why my writing does not follow specifications. It does not mean it is inaccessible, but rather, universal. I am Belgian. Living in Brussels, a crossroads of many cultures is an asset to me.”
In his new EP "Controversial", Jim Henderson asserts that acting, as a producer requires the service of pictorial music and magic. Four titles ("Nightfall", "Breathing Underwater", "Controversial", "Artificial Freedom") describe each part of the particular world of Jim.
"Breathing Underwater” is a poetic reference to my childhood dreams; it echoes “Nightfall” is a nod to being a producer of the night. I laid my studio in a garage. In there, there is no daylight. Sometimes, I have no sense of time. What I love about electronic music is that you can do what you want and elements can happen subtly in lots of different ways. I love the idea of time stretching and disconnecting from what surrounds us."