Beats Per Minute (Andrew Halverson): Heres To Nowhere had this very grounded, specific sound to it, but with the new album you took a lot of big leaps in your sound. What was it like to transition between the two records and what inspired the change on The Coyote?
James Cooley (Mesita): The last album was inspired by a lot of different minimal stuff, that and just trying to make something coherent front-to-back without anything derailing it. The Coyote was inspired by not really knowing what the hell I was doing, so it became less constricted with where it could be taken. When it started, I was aiming for something quiet and subtle, clean sound and lots of space. But I was really limited by my equipment, the sound of the room, and my lack of ability as an audio engineer. Its hard because... [via Onethirtybpm]