Keys N Krates is set to destroy The Gothic tomorrow night, alongside gLAdiator, but before they crush it, we decided to sit down and have a Little Talk with them. – So, about this video of the young Toronto fan convincing her dance class to do a recital to your track “Are We Faded”, how did you guys find out about it? And what was your initial reaction? Flo: They actually sent it to our label (Dim Mak) and we all thought it was super cute and decided to post it on youtube on Dim Mak’s channel. – How did you get from “Are We Faded” to “Yes We Faded”? (Back to back song titles on their new “Every Nite” EP). Matisse: We wanted to make the ep feel like an album, so we wanted to draw some connections between the songs. “Yes We Faded” was kind of meant to be a dark interlude that responds to the happiness of “Are We Faded.” Flo: Ya, I’m a huge fan of interludes on albums that draw little connections and that was the intent with “yes we faded.” However, ppl are kind of treating more like a song than an interlude which is cool to. – How do you guys utilize your Hip Hop and R&B influences while performing as a live Electronic band? Tune: I think through the chord progressions we choose, the drums we choose, and the samples we choose. – You guys are used to playing large scale festivals such as Lollapalooza and Ultra. How do you like playing the more intimate venues? Matisse: We love the intimate shows. Those 500 person rooms that are just super sweaty are the best. – What would you do differently in your career if you could go back in time? Flo: That’s a tough one. Maybe we all would have just started producing even earlier in life. – What’s your favorite Kevin Bacon movie and why is it Tremors? Flo: Other than his cameo in Seinfeld as the disgruntled detective, I believe it’s his finest work. You can buy tickets for tomorrow’s show HERE!