"Good Fuck is the byproduct of collaborative conscious alignment.
We jammed sometimes, usually late at night with a couple drinks in
us, never bothering to record. And we'd tweak various setups
while making lunch or getting ready for work. But mostly we talked
about what it would be, defining the parameters. For months we
talked and talked about it. We spent most nights DJ'ing for each
other or checking out shows, identifying and refining what we were
drawn to, where we found surprising cracks or overlaps.
Then finally we packed the car and drove 13 hours to The Millay
Colony in upstate New York: an artist's colony in The Berkshires,
miles down a private road, next to 100,000 acres of national forest.
And when we arrived, off-season and empty, we found it under
four feet of snow. Our process was compressed into a single week
in uninterrupted isolation, so we developed a working system to
keep us moving and intuitive, trading tracks back and forth on a
schedule. For the lyrics we agreed on 12 books we thought most
relevant and came up with various systems to collapse and collage
them into each other in different combinations. And packing up
after the end of the week, we were stunned by the results
Of course there were snags, technological and psychological. And
of course we threw a good amount away. But what was left was
not the result of trying to write songs, but the effortless evidence of
what emerged when we got clear in our intentions and then just let