Synth-pop driven, multi-instrumentalist La Poré (Nick Samson) builds relationships through his music, tying in his own personal struggles and creating music that is perfect for every playlist, from your car rides to hanging with friends. Now, La Poré’s new single is already making waves.
“Cheap Red Wine” brings together the 80s synth vibe paired with Samson’s smooth vocals, ultimately, creating a track that is groovy and relatable.
What can you tell us about “Cheap Red Wine”?
Has moving from Columbus, Ohio to Los Angeles changed how you make music?
The move to Los Angeles hasn’t change how I make music all that much. It’s still the same process as far as the development of a song. Of course, Kyle and I have to rely more on technology to share ideas, opposed to just hopping over to either of our apartments. It’s pretty damn cool though to be able to create art with someone halfway across the country. “Cheap Red Wine” and a couple of the soon to be released tracks where made while I was still in Columbus, but I think you’ll certainly start hearing and seeing me reference Los Angeles and my life here in future releases a well.
What inspires you?
Who are some artists that you consider influences?
If you could describe your sound in three words, what would they be?
You say your lyrics pertain to love, anxiety, and personal growth…how do each of things manifest within your music?
Where did you learn to play different instruments?
What is something you want to accomplish this year with your music?