Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Goldsworthy chooses UK over DFA

Tim Goldsworthy has, more or less, severed his ties with DFA Records and returned to the UK.

Although this has prompted a rash of 'end of an era' pieces, Resident Advisor observes that it's just a geographical reflection of an extant existential distance:

[Goldsworthy] points out that he has done very little work with DFA in the past two years, though he would be willing to do more production or remix work for the label "if something good came along and I got offered it."

Apparently, Goldsworthy didn't bother to let DFA know he was off. Nobody wants to have a conversation in which they say "actually, I think Britain's a much better place to raise kids..."