We ended up talking a lot about Brooklyn in this interview. That’s the city where composer Chad Lawson got his start, and it’s the city that, several years ago, he decided to leave. Like most people (creative people, especially), we’re suckers for the mythology of New York City, no matter how outdated that mythology may be. There’s just something about that place. And it seems unavoidable that where we are — geographically, emotionally, etc. — becomes a part of what we make. Our context finds its way in. That’s exactly what happened for Chad.