In a recent interview with The New York Times, James Murphy gave some interesting hints at his future and the future of his former band LCD Soundsystem. One of the more prominent bits of information was Murphy's idea of possibly reuniting LCD Soundsystem to record a song for an upcoming movie. He did not specify what the movie was called or who was directing it, but he did entice us with the statement that he was asked to record a cover of a song for the soundtrack and that all of the former members of the band were seemingly into the idea.
Aside from LCD Soundsystem, Murphy seems to be keeping himself fairly busy, taking part in little synth projects here and there, as well as recording with the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Klaxons, and The Julie Ruin. And in non-musical related projects, Murphy will soon be opening his own store in the Williamsburg district of Brooklyn called House of Good. There, he will sell his own line of coffee as well as custom luggage designed by the man himself.
Another LCD Soundsystem reminder, the documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits, which chronicles the band's famed farewell concert at Madison Square Garden, will premiere on July 18th only in theaters across North America.