What kind of person do you think Conor, our savior, hangs around with?
hopefully he is hanging around with corina, both being beautiful and just making the world a better place by being alive.
- Interviewer: “The People’s Key” is one of your most glossy records to date. Do have any plans to do any more lo-fi recordings like your old stuff?
- Conor: I’m not sure what I’m going to do next for a record, so it’s hard to say. I will say I’m always doing home recordings, demoing songs, so that’s something that’s never really stopped. It just used to be that would be the actual recording. Now we usually demo the songs and figure them out and then bring them into the studio. But I really like all levels of fidelity when it comes to recording — I don’t think there’s a right way or wrong way, it’s just what feels the best with the music you’re making at that time. I could see it being fun to make a more, as you said, lo-fi record. The record we made in Mexico was kind of like that. It was sort of a makeshift studio — we recorded it all on a one-inch, 16-track, analog machine. It was a pretty old-school approach. I don’t know about the four track days, I don’t know if those are gone for good or not.