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Jason Kenny didn't dig just any Tom, Jack and Melody in 2012.
“Music is always evolving. You got to work with everybody. Wherever you go, you have to evolve just like rhythm and blues evolved.”
"Everything we do is now more of a sub-conscious thing... There’s no laws or rules to what we do – everything is put down to our subconscious."
“These tracks show today’s producers that being unique is the way to be successful, and not trying to imitate others.”
“For millennia, civilizations from East and West have been mixing with each other and, in a way, it influenced the material and the spiritual life of the people... I believe that all those influences at the end provide a new quality of seeing the reality and the music is an ideal way for expressing that.”
“If we hear good things about a producer, be it from Facebook or whatever, then we don’t mind helping them out by releasing their tunes on our label. Phetsta and Tantrum Desire are both fantastic producers and we are very proud of the success that they have achieved.”
"I think it’s domestic nocturnal music... This is why it’s weird to be performing music for excited drunk audiences at various venues around the world."
It’s less of a statement and a complete work than her first record. It’s stylish and well instrumented but lacking overall personality.
"Everything’s in the two guitars and voices. Isn’t that what makes the Everly Brothers so great?"
"I think the punk scene should be flattered that we’re even being associated with it."