Host Mike O’Brien, a writer on Saturday Night Live, interviews the Insane Clown Posse in his closet as part of his web series titled 7 Minutes in Heaven where he interviews. Check out Mike’s channel for more installments of Seven Minutes in Heaven.
Apparently, Mike O’Brien inducted Justin Timberlake to the “5 Timer Club” (a club exclusive to those who have hosted SNL at least five times) by offering him his 5 Timer smoking jacket in the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live (May 9th, 2013) during Justin’s opening monologue. That opening was based off of one that Tom Hanks did in 1990 where he got his jacket from Conan O’Brien who was then a writer for the show.
On Exo, the just-released debut full-length from Gatekeeper, the Brooklyn-based duo obsesses over a simulated HD world, an effort akin to sifting through the ruins of an ancient MP3.com society. Conjuring the endless awe and wonder of CD-ROMs, the Roland 303, and glass-casted studios set in the jungle, the LP was created using hyper-produced Hollywood Sound Libraries fashioned in multi-million dollar studios, further modulated by radical macro-envelopes that were inspired by a recent visit to Stonehenge. In hopes of shedding a little light on the pair’s artistic outlook, not to mention its production techniques, we visited Aaron Ross and Matthew Arkell in their Bushwick studio, where we admired their jungle plants and a full-sized gong.
Not a huge fan of this guy’s music, I like a few of his tracks but the interview is interesting. He talks about his family and his desires to one day open a bakery and a farm. Not the kind of things I would expect an EDM producer to say. Check it out