“That’s why it’s called audiovisual music: because it’s not really one over the other, but they both complement each other, and are [as] equally important as each other.”
“I make things to say 'this is how I see the world', and to ask if you see it the same way.”
“Then you realise that you do Rammstein with string quartet, but with your rock band, you do Debussy — and somehow, there’s just these layers and layers.”
“We should really look after the score, and the idea of the score, because it’s one of the only things that capitalism hasn’t taken away from us.”
“Whenever you write something, whenever you make something, you’re trying to discover a truth — “a” truth — whatever that is.”
"I never set out to be a political composer, or an activist as such. I set out to make art, I channel my frustrations with the system through the medium of art."
“My favourite feeling to make someone feel is confusion, particularly when they’re seeing or experiencing something… especially something they’ve paid for.”