Nice interview with Bink! (now going by Binkdog?) where he talks equipment, influences, and sample clearances. I like the influences part of the interview and found it interesting that he credits RZA for putting a lot of people on to sampling soul records. He also states that before RZA, a lot of producers were looking for jazz records because of A Tribe Called Quest. It's also refreshing to see a producer acknowledge that hip hop doesn't have to be one specific sounds (i.e. sampling crackly records), it can be a variety of sounds. To learn more about Bink!, check out his production credits at Discogs.