Electronic wunderkind Nicolas Jaar and I sit facing each other in a glass-fronted London café, connected by a small aluminum cube on the table between us. Both of our headphones are plugged into it as it plays the fragmented melodies and tactile textures that characterize the immersive, detail-rich music released on Jaar's Clown & Sunset label. It's a startlingly intimate moment: The cube creates a self-contained musical world for two people to lose themselves in, a kind of escapism from the distractions... More >>>