…about the whole jamming thing, and improvisation thing, the whole key to it, for me, really, is the tension you get between the machines and the human response to them. And how these guys, they work very fast. They’ll just hear something and they’re on it, and Joey especially is. I’m able to just play a bleep with no “one” or “two.” The running joke in the band is “where is the ‘one’?” But I get that everywhere I go now.

Thom Yorke — Thom York and Friends On Making Music as Atoms For Peace (All Songs Considered)

Overall, a really great interview with Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich, and Joey Waronker about their creative process as Atoms for Peace, whose new record is fantastic.

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