“I love this record. I know some people go, ‘Oh, my God, it’s techno! It’s electronic!’ But screw it – it’s great stuff. He’s very daring, and he’s creating a new language with the way he mashes things up.
“I remember hearing him on Pandora, and I was so blown away. It was one of those moments where you can’t believe that somebody can still surprise you. My son Rory, who’s 22, has been into dubstep for years. He’s played me a lot of different artists and songs. But when I heard Skrillex, I knew he was doing his own thing.
“I’ve heard the arguments – ‘They can’t be good because they don’t play real instruments.’ So what? Does that mean photography isn’t an art because you’re not painting? Modern art just means that something touches you. What Skrillex does is extreme, it’s fun, and it’s fantastic.”