Doing something like that, quite radically changing your approach to sound in one go, could leave you high and dry. It's happened before where people have changed direction and then everyone's stopped liking their music.
I think the best way is to forget about racing people and just find territory that's fresh.
I'm not that interested in what people make of it, or how people consider me. That's nothing to do with me.
Times of my life, brief periods without music, have completely felt dangerously over the edge.
I like my stuff 'cause I only ever end up with tracks that I really, really like. It always appeals to me.
The main thing I'm into is going about on a bike, taking random routes; I'm really into the idea of making up journeys, and just seeing where they take you, because they always end up taking you someplace freaky.
Just the type of music that was around at the same time as I was writing. Some of it was wicked, definitely. But there was just one direction which I thought could be pushed that no one was pushing.
My history is really playing live - not writing or recording.
It's important for that to exist in a society that doesn't present you with any genuine problems.
I love traveling. I love just going about on my own, feeling I have no roots.
I'm always pleased with my work. Absolutely.
Because, when I'm making music, I don't think about anything, you know? All I think about is what I want to hear. So that for me is what I want - I want my head to be constantly being rearranged.
I make music to generate atmospheres, not to complement already existing ones.
I'd say that it's important for music to be there that gives you a challenge, that rearranges things in your head.
I'm into music for all different sorts of purposes.