"I don't make dance music, but it's music that you'll want to move to," he offers. "I don't know exactly what it is that I'm trying to do, I just do it. The instrumentation is very different from song to song. I don't ask myself what genre it is, and I don't let that trouble me. That's why I wanted to work with Socalled, his albums aren't exactly hip-hop or klezmer, or any of the many other things they get called. They are always a thousand things rolled into one. A profusion of diverse musical threads weaved into one tapestry."