|Timo Maas Interview|
|Getting Down With Timo Maas|
When you began making music, did you plan to be so well received in Britain?
Most people who are into your music have made you an Honorary British citizen
other than Alec Empire, who has a totally different sound to you, there aren't many Germans or Europeans to have become so successful over here
do you therefore feel your music has quite a worldwide sound?
How long have you been making music for?
How do you take to today's music scene in general
particularly in the UK there has been a total rock revival
do you like all the different sounds of today?
What are you listening to at the moment?
What are your ultimate goals in music?
After a long day how to you unwind? Any hobbies?
You played at Glastonbury
do you enjoy playing festivals or do you prefer playing club nights?
Did you go and see any other bands at Glastonbury?
How do you go about creating tracks?
You have already collaborated with plenty of artists on 'Loud', but if you were going to pick someone else, who would it be?
You will naturally be very proud of 'Loud', but what are your favourite tracks on it?
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