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“I pretty much went cold turkey in the sense that I sold all my stuff, gave possessions away to friends and packed [for Berlin] like I was going away on tour, like really minimal. I didn’t want anyone to find me, and I just found it all cathartic.”
“A songwriters economy of words in being able to tell a whole story in a four-line verse or four-word line.”
“We left in some ghost voices, footsteps and banging piano lids and the like because Jay [former Wilco member] liked to have those random things left in a mix.”
Nick Argyriou gets the lowdown from Graveyard Train's Nick Finch about their steady departure from country.
"We clashed musically during recording," says NZ's Bic Runga about her producer, and Mint Chicks member, Kody Nielson.“He’s my boyfriend now."
The Shins’ James Mercer tells Nick Argyriou how he lost interest in the band until his collaboration with Danger Mouse in Broken Bells paved the way for an inspired r&b and neo-soul return.