are Jeremy Greenspan and matt Didemus from Hamilton, Ontario. For more than a decade the twosome has been releasing electro-pop music at it's absolutely finest. They are also well known for their remixes, f.e. for Caribou and Wild Beasts.
Hmm probably «Jerusalem», the hymn written by William Blake that we used to sing in the mornings. I always thought it was a bizarre song. Apparently Blake wrote about these bizarre persistent myths that Jesus travelled to England as a young man, which is obviously completely ridiculous.
Either Neil Young & Crazy Horse or The Boredoms.
I don't really drink. I kinda hate booze, and sorta think that alcohol has ruined dance music.
Strangely I don't really associate music with my relationships.
The first music that I remember is sorta show tune music like «Show Boat» or «West Side Story». I've always loved that stuff. But the first pop song I remember knowing was probably «Take On Me», I remember having it on a cassette along with children's songs, and loving it.
I doubt I had a greatest summer of my life. But «Can't Buy A Thrill» always makes me think of being a kid at summercamp. I remember having that on my walkman, and they are a band that I have loved consistently since being a kid until now.
I live guilt free.
A lot of the songs on «Rock Bottom» are quite devestating.
The Ron Hardy edit of «Let No Man Put Asunder» is a fallback that always works.
In my mind I would like to say something super cool like «Go Bang» or «From Here To Eternity» or something like that. But in reality it's probably some terrible King Crimson track.
I've never written a song that made me much money. I wish I could write one that did.