I made Ekstasis on my own because it was the way I could make it. When I have more support, I’ll be working with more people. I think that’s important. But, with my own music, I’m very solitary out of necessity. There’s an intimacy there that’s nice, as long as you can form it well. I hear a lot of music that’s just lazy— you know, people in their bedrooms singing some shit into the microphone. It’s just bad. But they’re like, “This is art.” It’s so annoying. When people do that and then get immediately famous, they’re like, “Whoa, what do I do now? I’ve never performed before.” That’s a huge problem.