LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy: “I don’t have any plans, and it’s terrifying”

James Murphy reveals what his life is like following the end of LCD Soundsystem, in the new issue of Uncut, out on Friday (September 21).

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James Murphy reveals what his life is like following the end of LCD Soundsystem, in the new issue of Uncut, out on Friday (September 21).

The singer and producer also explains to Uncut why he decided to end his much-loved band after just three acclaimed albums.

While new film, Shut Up And Play The Hits, marks the end of LCD, Murphy is still wondering what to do from now on.

“I don’t have any plans,” he tells Uncut, “and it’s terrifying.”

He does have a few ideas, though, including becoming an ultimate fighter, and opening a boutique store with his girlfriend.

Find out more about his ambitions in the new issue of Uncut (November 2012, Take 186), out on Friday (September 21).

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