By Kacper Bartosiak, March 28, 2013
First of all, I would like to congratulate you on your album—it’s one of my favorite records this year so far! You’ve already said plenty about No World [in other interviews], so I would like to start from the beginning. We’ve been closely following your music from the first tracks that you released in 2010, but these songs were a bit different from the stuff you’re doing now. Why is that? Did something change about your music? I would say that “Friend of the Night” and “Fountains” sound like they were inspired by progressive rock, would you agree with that?
Andrew Aged: I think… maybe, yeah. We are often asked about the album, but you can actually see that what we’re doing is sort of a search. We don’t really know what the next destination will be. Going forward we’re not exactly sure where we will end up. We think that there is some prog blend to our first tracks but we constantly try to evolve our music and that’s all that really happened with Inc.. The things that we’re doing now have a bit wider spectrum to what we feel in music; also, in terms of arrangement, a lot of different things are coming to you and that’s what it‘s always been like with us.