Let's also talk about your connection to dub music as well as techno. There are few artists that have balanced both sounds so well. You avoid the drum rolls and overt loping breakdowns that would identify your music as dub reggae and yet maintain a dense, evolving, organic nature that most loop based music just doesn't have. Is it your experience of being in bands, your love of reggae music, an obsession with the futurism of Underground Resistance, or a combo of these elements that gives your music a unique quality?
Your latest album "Seduction Of Silence" captures the best elements of the "space between sounds" that once described. Tell me a little bit about the process you used to create the dynamic range of sounds found on the album?
Your label still presses up vinyl, is there still a future for the 12" dance single? There are good arguments pro and con, how do you feel about the state of the DJ single?