Interview with Genes and Machines
An hour-long live interview with Genes and Machines, a New York-based electronic group that’s always in costume and always spinning with spontaneity. From funk to ambient, their music is charged with dreamy, warm, and sometimes jarring electronics. During the interview we discuss their new album “Heart Shaped Ass,” listen to cuts from their vinyl release, and hear a demo of group member Leon Gruenbaum’s patented keyboard invention, the Samchillian Tip Tip Tip Cheeepeeeee. Other bandmates joining us include Ava Farber, Leon Lamont, Shawn Banks, Adrian Romero, and Tears the Muffin Man. Hosted by Mahima Chablani.