Been enjoying Russell Haswell's latest, "Value + Bonus" (“It’s kind of a combination between a stereo test CD, like one of those things that reveals to you that you’ve got your speakers the wrong way around,” Haswell tells FACT, “And kind of free live acid noise improvisation, recorded in one take with no over-dubbing or anything like that. But then there’s editing that’s done in a kind of free style – well, inspired by the freestyle editing of Omar Santana and Latin Rascals, all these people from the 80s whose edits I used to be really into, even if it was pop music or whatever. They were the ones who did it better than anyone else.”) here at the PSF offices (heh. . .). Check out a lengthy interview with the man himself over at FACT magazine. Note that it's 6 pages long, though the page buttons are kinda buried under teasers for other articles. Poor design!