The dance duo told BBC 6 Music that they had penned enough material to fill three albums.
Karl Hyde said: "We actually managed to go into the studio this week and a little bit last week too, which is unbelievable.
"It's a miracle. Normally bits of our kit are strewn all over the world, or we've got enough time to get back, unpack a case, scratch, and then get back on a plane again."
He added: "Right now we don't want to think about being tied down to an album. Somehow that seems like such an old fashioned concept.
"There's more energy in making tracks, and putting tracks out, and then reacting to that, and then moving on to the next track. There seems to us a feeling of how we used to put 12-inch singles out."
Earlier this year, Hyde said that the band had been "liberated" by their move away from standard album releases.