'There is an access thing where some crappy band with all men in it is way more likely to get on the big stage than a weird band with people of mixed genders. '
Interviews - Page 2
The solo artist and Cabaret Voltaire honcho returns to the present to revisit the past: new box sets for himself and Sandoz via Mute.
The head of This is Austin, Not that Great talks about the fest, it's role in the current political climate and what isn't so great about the Texas capitol.
We spoke to the band about their final days, and what the future may bring.
'We were just white trash. It was right down the street from the projects. And it’s all changing. When I walk around that part of town, it doesn’t exist anymore.'
'We are not the band that has sing-along parts or has an audience that participates in what we are doing, so I like it when I am pushing people into a voyeuristic perspective.'
'I wouldn’t trust any one of us’s opinion for an entire project, but as a collective, I think we make up one smart person.'
"The go-to term about NYC is 'hipster,' but I feel like it’s so beyond that; it's closer to just 'yuppie.'"
Life's a gas, hope it's gonna last for Brooklyn psych-rock crew.
With the 'Machine Response' EP on the way, check out a new song and an interview with vocalist Martin Farkas.