Mike D said of Portugal. The Man: “I was talking to a friend who happened to work at the bands label about stuff I was listening to. I mean we do this often, and I mention the “Evil Friends” album. He hit me back right away asking if I would do a mix, so it was no doubt. I knew I wanted to do the song and push it, make it bump more, trap that shit out.”

John Gourley of PTM: “Mike D, he gets respect. The Beasties introduced us to the world that existed outside of Alaska, and we lived by it. We have referenced Beastie Boys on every album we have made. The dude is a Beatle, in our book, and to get to work with a guy like Mike D is and always has been at the top of our list since we were kids.”

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AuthorSteve Muscutt