'I think music is so beautiful, and such a great form of communication — why would you think about politics while playing music? It doesn’t feel right.'
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Check out the new track from the forthcoming Closed Casket Activities EP, 'Diablo, Con Amor ... Adios,' due in February.
'Neglect is the most purposed form of nurture that you can give an artist.'
"I hate it when people claim that they 'never look back' in life. That sounds like tremendous denial to me."
Do what's right and don't be lazy.
'We need to stop focusing so much on resistance, and focusing more on building the future. In order to build the future, we have to know what we want it to look like.'
'[Our fans are] well-read, tough, sensitive and sexy. What else is there?'
'There is an access thing where some crappy band with all men in it is way more likely to get on the big stage than a weird band with people of mixed genders. '
The solo artist and Cabaret Voltaire honcho returns to the present to revisit the past: new box sets for himself and Sandoz via Mute.
The head of This is Austin, Not that Great talks about the fest, it's role in the current political climate and what isn't so great about the Texas capitol.