William Orbit, Piers Morgan and Charli XCX talk about Madonna

8 Décembre 2013, 11:41am

Publié par MadonnaArtVision




The last few days various celebrities talk about Madonna! Check out...


William Orbit talks with M magazine about his latest collaboration with Britney Spears and Madonna...


M magazine: What have you learned from collaborations such as those with Madonna or Britney Spears?

William Orbit: Collaboration is how you learn your craft. I built this studio and ran it and learned a great deal from working with others. It gives you this wide experience of seeing how others operate in the music business.

Even now when someone sends you a logic session to work on or remix, you see all these plug ins and techniques – it makes you ask why do they do that. I could start something next week and employ a tip from the week before. I have a lot of moments where I go ‘fuck why didn’t I know this before – it’s so obvious’. I’ve wasted so much time! I’ll never get those hours back.


M magazine: Who has been the most inspiring collaborator?

William Orbit: Laurie Mayer, the original member of Torch Song. We met in ‘79 and she’s an inspiration. I’ve got so much from Madonna about crafting productions. She’s such a musical talent who I’ve worked with.


Piers Morgan still heavily critical Madonna on Ok! Magazine ...

"Madonna is pretty awful. She never forgave me for throwing a bread roll at her at Marco Pierre White’s birthday. She was just being really obnoxious, not just to me, but generally. There was only 40 of us at this dinner party and she got annoyed because Bernard Manning started being offensive and that wound her up. She was with Guy Ritchie at the time and he’d been laughing his head off… I just picked up a bread roll and chucked it at her! I hate the phoney accent, the muscled arms, the stripping off in her mid-fifties… Everything about her is attention-seeking – I think her 15 minutes of superstardom has probably run its course.”



Charli XCX on Madonna Madonna & Bowie...

"I hate the fact that there’s an expectation for artists to play the same game on their next album. I liked the days of mass disguise and artistry where you can reinvent yourself like Bowie and Madonna. That’s what I’m doing on this record and that’s what makes it different to True Romance."