"I was just out driving in my car, and five totally different things came on--an old New Order song... a track from the new Portishead record... a Brian Eno Music for Films song... 'Touch and Go' by the Cars... and then this campy '70s disco song called 'Let's All Chant.' I love how this weird mix put me in five different moods within twenty minutes or so."
"The things I go through, most people go through, so I think it communicates." An interview with Peter Moren.
"The whole idea of playing in a band as a way of paying the bills is a new concept to Rob and me. We come from a basement show, pass-the-hat-to-pay-for-gas mentality." An interview with High Places.
"It's strange to me that so many hands can have a part in someone's self-expression. It puzzles me that what I think is so bad can be considered to be so good by so many, and something that is so good can go undiscovered."
I'm just finishing The Magus, still, I've been on that one for a while. But as soon as I started reading it, it immediately fell into my Top 5 list. And I always take my time with those. Remembrance of Things Past, Of Human Bondage, Lolita. I'm going to be traveling most of this month, …
"I have this physical need for being around and making music, and I think I’ve had that inside of me from the very start." An interview with El Perro del Mar.
Identity Theory asked Sanko to revisit one of his compositions, "The Perfect Flaw," and share the story behind it.