Surprisingly, Small Black Doesn't Mind if You Call Them Chillwave 

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I can see that.
I don't know if that's good, but it is something that's happening.

I think maybe it is. I think there's virtue to eclecticism, but it's tough to come out of the gate with it.
Yeah, people have to trust you to let you try a lot of stuff.

As if they need to know you're good at one thing before they're cool with you being good at other things?
Yeah.

Is that sad?
Yeah, it sort of is. I think our EP was very much produced all the same way, and there's a lot more veins in the new one. I think the song writing changes a lot from song to song. I hope that people are ready for that and will take different sorts of material from us, and don't just want one sort of song.

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