Interview at Resident Advisor

Q: Thinking about that link between urbanism and music, how has the built environment changed, and how is that impacting on the music that’s being made? Does the link still exist? 

A: (James Ginzburg) I imagine, like it or not, that that’s the inevitable evolution of urbanism. Cities become gated communities, and people get pushed further and further outside. It becomes more difficult to actually meet. That’s the wonderful thing historically about the urban situation—it’s a meeting point, or a point of intersection. But if that physical possibility isn’t there, that point of intersection is going to be digital. In a sense we’re very lucky to have had these experiences to interact with the physical spaces, with present audiences…

Emptyset – Signal

Emptyset – Borders