"My focus is narrowing down a little," he says, "but I still get excited by the people I play with and by the mechanics of each project. Like Troyka or Wedding Music, they are such different ways of playing together. They're just settings. It's more about the people you're working with. I want to find something out musically with that person, more than I want to follow some kind of through-lined genre interest in my work."
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