Emm: Are you going to make it over to the US?
CP: Yes. We were there in June, but we only did the West Coast. We really like the States. We love to go there as often as we can. We are supposed to go back there October, beginning of October. We'll do about ten or twelve shows. East to West Coast, but they're just working on that, so hopefully it's going to work out. The States have really been a challenging market for our music, but it's always progressing. At the beginning when we came the first time four years ago, it was like, what's the name of the music you're playing? And now they've really changed from that. It was really great to see how our music has caught on.
Emm: What are your DJ sets like? Some DJ's just play kind of a certain genre and then others go for like a certain vibe. How would you describe your DJ sets?
CP: I think it's more about the vibe. It really depends if we have the whole night or we just have like a two-hour spot in a line-up. But basically we like to create our own vibe and take it from the bottom and build it up. And so everything is in there from down-tempo stuff to housey stuff, a little techno, a little drum and bass, but mainly it's all around the house tempo. It's all from the Latin to the Brazilian to the more abstract stuff, to what the guys in London are doing at the moment, in West London. We try to have a good attitude towards it and not to be too teachy. There's always a danger if you have too much new music in your record box then it's just becoming a lecture, and we try to avoid that.
Emm: Right, that's a good way to put that. Do you have any other projects that you all are working on?
CP: The thing we're working on right now is called Boom Boom, and that's together with Peter Kruder, out of Vienna. And we're just putting together the album dates where we finish the album, that's hopefully going to be released summer next year. That's going to be a really interesting thing because that's one of the projects where everything is possible, all the time There's no rule and no style and we just have fun and go for it. We meet for three days, and we do a track during that time, and that's it.