John Cale Working on New Album Inspired By Chance, Earl, Vince, More

John Cale Working on New Album Inspired By Chance, Earl, Vince, More

In a conversation with Savages’ Jehnny Beth on her Beats 1 show “Start Making Sense,” John Cale revealed that he’s working on a new album. “That’s why I’ve been listening to all this hip-hop,” he added. Apparently, Cale’s been influenced by his heavy listening regimen of recent hip-hop records, including music by Chance the Rapper, Donnie Trumpet, Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples, Mike WiLL Made-It, Domo Genesis, and others. (Cale recently revealed his admiration for Mike WiLL on the Creative Independent.) He says the album is set to arrive this spring. Listen to that clip from their conversation below.

Last year, Cale reissued Music For a New Society with a new reworking of the album, M:FANS. His previous studio album was 2012’s Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood.

Watch Pitchfork.tv’s interview with Cale and Vince Staples on “Over/Under”:

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