“I don’t think so. I think I was better in his second album, but I think he still has the ability to surprise.”
Are you a fan of the English dub?
“If you like English dubs, you want to make your opinion count. It’s fun to watch. You’re not going to go through the trouble to be the only one listening, if you liked it, you’re going to like it again.”
When you’re not working, you do a lot of reading – are either of these two things a burden?
“It’s an odd question, because it’s like reading. In some ways it’s enjoyable to read, but maybe in other ways I would rather do something on the side like working on some videos, which is really fun. I’ve been listening to a lot of things and reading a lot of books lately. I’ve just had a few bad days recently so I kind of want to catch up on stuff I didn’t finish in a few hours, which is pretty good. My friend has written a novel about his work and he’s really good at it. We like to read, and I try to do what I can to read. I’m starting to do it with music.”
I’m sure you have a lot of music in your garage – what are you doing?
“I’m mostly doing the drum kits. I’ve done it with some different guys, but I’m the last person to take the kit apart and put everything back together again. It’s hard to do. I’m trying to figure out how to do it, I’m not sure yet. I have these little drums I make myself, but I might make myself a kit from scratch.”
Do you have any goals in the near future?
“There’s always a deadline. There’s no guarantee, we’ll be in trouble if we don’t beat those deadlines.”
You’re always in a state of constant adjustment. How do you cope with that?
“I’m kind of trying to figure out what life is like now. I’m not sure if it’s better now than before, but when I was younger, I thought it was better. My mindset changed. It feels good, it feels more productive, and when things don’t go your way then you feel worse, I feel very guilty about it. I feel like even if you’ve never had a job before, you’ve done something bad. You’ve hurt