Adam: I think we should send them all 2700 hours of our slowed down album. It's deep.
Somehow, your album I Love You, Its Cool has been heard by beings in a different galaxy. What track do you think will drive them to come learn more about the human species?
I'd like to think the space guys are pretty mellow dudes and enjoy the more laid back side of our particular brand of electronic bongo rock. So I'd offer em up "Sweetness & Sickness." It's groovy and it's got bongos in stereo, so they might be pretty keen to come check this lil' planet out. (They already know everything about us.)
I love that you feature fan made videos on your website. One fan had set your music over rad scenes from Labyrinth, which was pretty dope. Would you consider remixing a song from Labyrinth?
Do people know the songs from Labyrinth? Crazy. I haven't seen that movie in 20 years. That's a rad video though.
Time travel does exist. The "phone booth" is the dream plane. I go different places every time I close my eyes, no need to get in some silly booth.
What was one of your favorite places to perform at abroad?
Russia, Mexico, Australia, Poland, the more remote, the more memorable. Don't ask me about the time I almost went to Mexican prison. Ok, go ahead and ask.
I'm pretty into sacred chants, icaros from the Amazon, Lakota morning songs, ya know, party music. Can't think of any particular scenes off the top of my head (haven't finished this cup of coffee yet.) But check out these gems from the past, Dave Bixby, Craig Leon, and J.D. Emmanuel.
Finally, what's going on in your post tour future? Recording, music videos, late night circuit, babies, vacay?
All of the above, you nailed it!