My scratching I don't really think communicates to intelligent life forms. Anyone with more than one brain cell would think Kid Koala music is completely retarded.— Kid Koala
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I really enjoyed the sort of real crazy, eclectic layering stuff and how it all worked together. I could tell it was some of it was derivative of something. I could tell that certain things were being looped around and I just really enjoyed the way that it all came together.
Eventually we want to do a puppet musical with turntables in the orchestra pit.
Playing with decks, for me, has always been about trying new things.
I make it a point to keep trying different things, keep pushing it a little bit at a time.
When the generation after me started getting on the cut, a lot of them would call me over to hang out or go jam and scratch and they were always separate from each other.
A lot of the stuff I've accumulated over the last few years of touring I thought was really interesting. Like sounds, sound bites, and beats even, but they weren't good dance beats they weren't ones anyone would want to rap over or anything.
I try and make little stories. Whether it's with a pencil or with bits of records, it's really the same thing.
It's funny how making odd noises can get you into strange situations sometimes.
If you can understand the humor in the drawing part you'll probably get the humor in the audio part.
Keep it weird. They'll get it later.
Dear motorist on the information superhighway. I'm sorry I do not have a car.
When I started, there weren't that many kids doing it in the city, but the in the wave after me there were a lot of them and they actually never spoke to each other.
We're on tour to kind of explain why we do what we do, how its done and how we put it together.
When I'm playing with the band or playing with some projects or some of my own stuff it's about the musical approach. That would be the more turntablist approach to things of where it's strictly about music.