The main thing I'm into is going about on a bike, taking random routes; I'm really into the idea of making up journeys, and just seeing where they take you, because they always end up taking you someplace freaky.
Yeah, my drum programming especially is based on my knowledge of playing a drum kit. For the bass too, definitely. It was the first thing that I translated any sort of ideas through. It must have shaped it somehow.
I don't know that the best way to approach it is to try and keep up. When you're doing that, you're setting yourself into a one-dimensional sort of race basically.
I think the best way is to forget about racing people and just find territory that's fresh.
Times of my life, brief periods without music, have completely felt dangerously over the edge.
I couldn't find a group that wanted to do what I wanted to do. No one was really up for it.
I'm starting to play all the melodies with kind of keyboard sound but playing it from the bass guitar.
I've never really been that much of a fan of Ninja Tune.
This current round of gigs, I'm just doing it using pure electronics.
Just the type of music that was around at the same time as I was writing. Some of it was wicked, definitely. But there was just one direction which I thought could be pushed that no one was pushing.
I'm always pleased with my work. Absolutely.
I love traveling. I love just going about on my own, feeling I have no roots.
I'm into music for all different sorts of purposes.
I'd say that it's important for music to be there that gives you a challenge, that rearranges things in your head.
I make music to generate atmospheres, not to complement already existing ones.
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