Klaxons have revealed they are enlisting the help of a number of different producers as they continue work on a new album, one of which is The Chemical Brothers‘ Ed Simons. In telling BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe that the recording process for their third studio album has proved to be a ‘learning curve’ for the band.
Klaxons’ bassist Jamie Reynolds ↓
“We’ve worked with loads of different people, but it’s been a learning process I think. We have learned to make electronic music with computers, that’s been our mission over the last however long.” “It’s been about a year’s worth of learning electronics and computers, which is something that we didn’t know anything about. I wouldn’t know how to have made an electronic drumbeat until this time last year.”
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