‘Click Interview’ with Juno Reactor: ‘A Collision Between Barbarella And Pan’s Labyrinth’

Nearly 30 years after the set-up of Juno Reactor, Ben Watkins has unleashed his 10th full length album entitled “The Mutant Theatre”. Released on Metropolis Records, this new opus reveals all familiar ingredients and influences we’re used to hear when listening to Juno Reactor. From pure psy-trance to tribal rhythms to cinematographic parts this new opus already sounds as a great and visionary work. And this is what Ben Watkins has to say about it. (Courtesy by Inferno Sound Diaries) Q: Five years have passed since your previous studio album “The Golden Sun Of The Great East”. Does it mean it becomes more difficult to find new inspiration and getting new ideas when it comes to composition, while “The Mutant Theatre” appears to be one of your best productions in history? Ben: Well it certainly is a process for me, I have a lot of ideas, but working alone I can get very obsessed and lost in a track for weeks or months. I’ve been upgrading the sound and this has really taken a long time, I don’t feel as yet that I found what I am looking for, yet. if I didn’t need to engineer as well under my … Continue reading ‘Click Interview’ with Juno Reactor: ‘A Collision Between Barbarella And Pan’s Labyrinth’