Pitchfork: Have you been working on any other new music as of late?
RDJ: I've been doing loads of electro-mechanical stuff with drum robots and things like that. I've got four MIDI pipe organs and a Disklavier controlled piano and computer-controlled percussion. I've done loads of stuff with those, and none of that's on [Syro], that's all for other projects. That other material is maybe even better than—well, I prefer it to this album, but I don't think it's as accessible. But it's more unique. Maybe these [Syro] tracks are more pleasurable to listen to, but it's not that new for me. Maybe just the composition's changed, but there's no next-level beats on there. I've kept it like that on purpose. All the other stuff, which is kind of uncategorizable, is waiting to be fitted into another folder somewhere.