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“I think it’s a good thing that we finished it a while ago. Now that it’s actually coming to the release date, it’s really excited us to make more music."
“It’s interesting just seeing people at school’s reactions to all this stuff. I don’t usually gloat about it or tell everyone who I am in this second life kind of thing."
"I’ve got some other projects I’m keen to work on in the next few years, but for now I’m going full steam ahead with Philly Blunt and Black & Blunt music, heaps more graphic design work and some bigger and better events."
Jeremy Lloyd talks going for the 'it' sound
"I think house music is the ‘it’ word now for a lot of people which is really good to see, and I think what we tried to do with this EP is a proper, straight up club track."
While the Prodigy situation pissed a few off, one feels the only way it could have been avoided was if (the allegedly quite ill) Avicii actually turned up to spread the love.
“I plan to release a new solo record and I’ll finally get all these collaborations with other producers that I worked on in 2012 out!”
“We use to say we are road surfers because we are awful real surfers. We all have been trying to learn [to] surf a couple of times."
Troy Mutton was touched by the hand of Flume in 2012.
“The two new songs explore a new direction in sound and arrangement, which was a good step to take before launching into recording our forthcoming record, Dear River."