Tigersushi’s enigmatic French duo offer their thoughts on Lady Gaga, executive helicopters and MDMA in our no-holds-barred questionnaire.
If you weren’t making music what would you be doing?
Can’t stand the idea of not making music.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
What inspires you?
What’s the next big thing?
Best club experience?
What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
Having to chat with strangers on MDMA just after a show. (Who just spend their time talking with you to try and discover if you have some MDMA on you.)
How do you know when a track is finished?
The track itself tells us when it’s finished.
When did you realise you could give up your day job?
At the end of our first day job.
Which song do you wish you wrote?
‘Imagine’ – but with synths and vocoders.
What’s the easiest way to make it in the music industry?
To not care about music.
What’s the worst track you’ve ever released?
Tracks are like children. Would you be able to answer that question if you were asked who’s your worst kid?
Recommend a film.
Recommend a book.
What or who is underrated?
Principles of Geometry
What or who is overrated?
The girl with the meaty dress.
What are you addicted to?
Making music, definitely.
What do you lust over?
Our next track.
What is your greatest regret?
Having finished the last track.
What one thing would most improve your life?
Two Bell 222s.
Collaboration: rich creative experience or pain in the ass?
Rich experience. An addition.
If you could only listen to one more track, what would it be?
What one piece of software/kit could you not do without?
Art or money?
What’s your single biggest frustration with the music industry?
What’s the worst thing about making music?
The pain in creation.
What’s your motto?
Tweet us a tip. What’s the best production advice you can give in 140 characters or less?
Picture an emotion and compose on it loud.
Principles of Geometry’s Burn the Land and Boil the Oceans is out now on Tigersushi.