Discussed: 'Hackers', power plants and Pink Floyd, functional joints, and why he loves/loathes repetitive dance music
"If finances weren't a concern, we'd be dining on truffle-oiled tofu steaks on the regular. But when you're trying to live on a few bucks a day, cheapest is chiefest."
"You really get the feeling that you're drifting in some kind of water world with someone banging on a big fuck of snare drum right next to your head!"
"It was all just for our own amusement. Never in a million years did we expect it to lead us where it did."
"Please listen to this with good headphones or real speakers as Jamaican music without bass frequencies just won’t hit you the same way!"
Like if someone hired Animal Collective or The Field to mix down an EDM album
A late-night listen haunted by African highlife music, isolationist anthems and a vicious second-hand separation
"You can't ever say you don't like punk or you don't like techno or you don't like acid. That's bullshit."
One of Planet Mu's strongest footwork releases, filtered through Holly Herndon, 'Black Swan' and 'Mommie Dearest'
Featuring long reads on Shlohmo's WEDIDIT crew, Vince Staples, Kindness and Cut Hands, plus shorter fare on wild herbs, off-track betting, virtual reality, thrash metal and more
She also weighs in on some of the worst, from 'Paycheck' to 'Radio Free Albemuth'
"I was kind of sheltered for my own good, but I was still able to see things I wasn’t supposed to see"