Hey, so I’m totally not good at Tumblr and only recently started realizing people actually read some of the interviews I’ve posted on here. I appreciate it, especially because I’ve done absolutely nothing to note them. So I’m going to start following people I’ve seen here who’ve read me, seem particularly awesome or are interested in the same things as I am. If...
BOMB THE MUSIC INDUSTRY! INTERVIEW
Oh man, this is a long one. I’m not even sure I should even post it on here. Still, one of the most fun interviews that I’ve ever done. Hopefully it’ll make its way into a print zine soon. I was going to ask him as a side-question to the ’90s question if that means it’s cool to wear sweaters again, but he was wearing a really cool sweater. So!: Red Rover: As a first...
Also, something funny. Time Magazine just ran an article about Ace of Cups and Chris Clavin this week: http://tinyurl.com/ybyxxln Time and I now share the same interview subjects.
RED ROVER RETURNS!
That’s right! I plan to revive the attempted Tampa zine formerly known as Red Rover. It’ll be on a more traditional zine format— half-page, no set number of pages. I’ll be writing mostly reviews and interviews, but I want all sorts of pieces. Stories, short prose, commentary and even poems. I might include some writing about my traveling as well. Whatever’s...
IMPERIAL CAN INTERVIEW
Not much to say here. It was great talking to Chris Clavin, and Adrienne seemed shy. I felt very stupid asking them, “How has it been going into a different country on the tour?” then immediately remembering that Puerto Rico’s not a different country. Oh well: RR: How did Imperial Can originate? Chris Clavin: Well, I’ve been in lots of different bands. And Adrienne and I,...
NEW POST ON GEOGRAPHY ROCK:
Wingnut Dishwashers Union- “Just Because I Don’t Say Anything Doesn’t Mean I’ve Got Nothing to Say” I bought Never Trust A Man Who Plays Guitar at Gainesville’s Wayward Council, just because I recognized the album name and where else was I ever going to find it? The album comes in a piece of paper folded like a children’s fortune-teller. Inside...