From The Hollywood Reporter:
More than a year after he pulled the plug on LCD Soundsystem, the popular dance-punk band he fronted for a decade, James Murphy remains satisfied with his decision.
“I don’t know if it’s a good decision,” Murphy tells The Hollywood Reporter. “And, at times, I wish I wasn’t retired. It’s a rare thing when a band stops playing together when everybody really still loves each other and everything’s fine. So it wasn’t like, ‘Oh, we have creative differences and we want to move on.’ So I regret it in the sense that I like them, and we like each other and we want to make more music, but I don’t regret it because … it wasn’t sustainable. For anybody.”
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