\"Any record we make is always about combining different ideas or different influences we have, and then with this record, it\'s an instrumental album. There are no vocals, no samples. We played everything. On \'To the 5 Boroughs\', we all put down the instruments and sat behind the computers and made music that way. For this record, we went 180 again and said, \'Okay, let\'s not sit behind the computers. Let\'s just play some music together and kind of see what happens that way.\"
The upcoming album features live drums and help from regular Beastie Boys percussionist Alfredo Ortiz (also known from his work with Sheila Nicholls and Tenacious D). Frequent collaborator Mark Ramos-Nishita, better known as Money Mark, makes another good portion of the album.
Even though \'The Mix-Up\' is a \"post-punk instrumental\" album, the Beasties have no plans to ditch vocals for good. In fact, they are currently planning another version of the album that will feature collaborations with \"a pretty wide array of mostly newer\" vocalists.
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