March 26, 2012 | 11:25am ET
“I’m never going to sign with a major [label]. Period. [My label] Clown & Sunset is never going to be a subsidiary. Money can be very harmful – more harmful to an artist than praise – and if the money’s going into the work, I think that’s more healthy, for me.”
— In a recent interview with The Guardian, electronic wunderkind Nicolas Jaar expresses his desire to remain independent. He also discusses the conflict between music’s economy and sanctity, his drug-free existence, distaste of CDs, and his music distribution device, The Prism. Read more at The Guardian’s website.