Saturday, December 13, 2014

Video of The Day #24: Kissing Cousins

There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video Of The Day are a cut (or two) above.

The short version about this here video is to say that I love everything about it. It's the season of the witch in this spooky clip for "In With Them," by Los Angeles psych rock coven Kissing Cousins. Muted, sun-dappled hazes of woodland scenes add to the irresistible magic of the video, and the song itself is steeped in decadent, ever so slightly salacious rock and roll. It's divine, if I do say so myself. 







[posted 12.13.14]

Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Untitled Interview #204: Starring Matt Loft (Lola Colt)

I've been all atwitter about Lola Colt lately. There's something about that band that really seeps under your skin, especially for those of us who can wholeheartedly appreciate the beauty of their glorious psychgaze hybrid. It somehow fits that the band took their name from a film (a spaghetti western, no less), as their songs at times have a cinematic feel.

Guitarist Matt Loft is part of a heck of a noise-making juggernaut in an outfit prone to furious bursts of bone-jellying racket amidst general washes of dirges and drones. Read on to see what Fur, the Velvet Underground, and Bill Murray have to do with Loft. And be sure to get your hands on Lola Colt's Away From the Water lp. Trust me. Just do it already.   

Fuzzy Logic: How the hell are you?
Matt Loft: Happy that winter is finally here.

FL: What was the last song you listened to?
ML: "Venado Azul" - by a new band called TAU.

FL: Playing music is:
ML: Life or Death.

FL: What album most made you realize you wanted to make music?
ML: The Velvet Underground & Nico.

FL: Beatles or Stones?
ML: Oxygen or Food?

FL: Top 5 albums of this week:
ML: Pappa Mali - Do Your Thing
Holy Wave - Relax
King Gizzard and the Wizard Lizard - I'm In Your Mind Fuzz
Dizzy Stilettos - Turbo Satanic
Warpaint - Warpaint

FL: Favorite music-related movie?
ML: 24 Hour Party People.

FL: Half-full or half-empty?
ML: Today… half full.

FL: Which of your peers do you think is making the best music these days?
ML: Couldn't possibly pick - too much great noise coming from everywhere.

FL: What's the first thing you think when you wake up in the morning?
ML: Was that real or was it a dream?

FL: Little-known Lola Colt fact?
ML: Our first ever gig was under the name 'Fur.'

FL: The greatest record store in the world is:
ML: Sister Rays.

FL: Your boots were made for:
ML: Moonwalking.

FL: Shaken or stirred?
ML: Who are we to argue with Mr. Bond? Shaken.

FL: Favorite venue (either to play or to visit)?
ML: One of our favourites to play this year was Paradiso in Amsterdam.

FL: Best piece of advice you've ever been given?
ML: Don't grow up it's a trap.

FL: If you weren't in a band you'd be?
ML: Exploring some distant land.

FL: If you were so inclined, whom would you form a tribute band in honor of?
ML: Bill Murray.

FL: Best song ever written?
ML: "White Rabbit" - Jefferson Airplane.



[posted 12.11.14]

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Live Review: Bonfire Beach @ Black Cat, 9/21/14

It has been my experience over these many years that those darling Dandy Warhols tend to have pretty good bands touring with them. Case in point: Bonfire Beach

Side gig of Miss Dexy Valentine (Magic Wands), Bonfire Beach had me under their spell pretty much right off the bat. Their sound trends towards a sultry darkness, full of drone, fuzz, and muscle. Valentine's take on girl group cooing was ferocious, husky and low and meaning all sorts of business. And those shades didn't come off all set long. 

The band played a hell of a set. They somehow balance this irrepressible spark with an attitude of utter nonchalance, as if they just expect to roll out of bed and sound killer. I loved every song they played, and hopefully it won't be too long before they're back in this neck of the woods.

The below gives you an idea more of Valentine's pipes than the band's racket, but it makes for a nice Saturday morning listen.






[posted 12.6.14]

[photo copyright Megan Petty]

Video of The Day #23: A Place to Bury Strangers

There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video Of The Day are a cut (or two) above.

I know how shocked y'all are to see this particular post. It's not like I don't love pretty much everything A Place to Bury Strangers does or anything. But really, this video is a must-see. It's creepy as all get out, in a very dark, surreptitious way that sneaks up on you. And as for the song, "Straight," let's just say it's becoming a fast favorite with the raucous, breakneck pace and omnipresent slinky badassness that all APTBS songs have. Watch. Listen. Repeat. Ad infinitum.

Also, the band just announced some dates for next year. You can bet I'll be at at least one of them.  







[posted 12.6.14]

The Untitled Interview #203: Starring Matthew Schufman (Graveyard Club)

Graveyard Club caught my ear several months back, with the all sorts of infectious synth goodie "The Night is Mine." They Minneapolis outfit has since released a full length, which is full of more dizzying, 80s-inspired poptacular good times. It's darling without being precious, and yours truly is turning into quite a fan.

I do believe Matthew Schufman (he of keys and vocals) are pretty simpatico. After all, he's an Ash fan, and in the US we tend to be a bit on the scarce side. Read on to get the skinny on Schufman's alternate universe career plans, his perhaps not that surprising choice for musical cover band, and which literary great offers good advice. And be sure to check out Nightingale. I do believe you'll be glad you did. 

Fuzzy Logic: How the hell are you?

Matthew Schufman: I am doing well thanks – mega busy but good.

FL: What was the last song you listened to?

MS: While I am writing this I am listening to “Art Smock” off Days of Abandon by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. The whole album is fantastic. (-ed. note: this is very, very true)

FL: Playing music is:

MS: My obsession.

FL: What album most made you realize you wanted to make music?

MS: It was a different record for everyone in the band, but for me it was definitely either Nu-clear Sounds by Ash or Galore (Singles) by the Cure. Not many people know about Ash in the States – but they write such great, catchy songs. I fell in love with them the first time I heard them.

FL: Beatles or Stones?

MS: The Beach Boys.

FL: Top 5 albums (of now, of this week, of ever):

MS: This list is always changing for me, so I’ll go with “of now” (no particular order):
1. Days of Abandon - The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
2. Upside Down Mountain - Conor Oberst
3. Brotherhood - New Order (this is always on the list I think haha)
4. Portamento - The Drums
5. Ghoul School EP - Dragon Inn 3

FL: Favorite music-related movie?

MS: I don’t know if this counts as “music-related” but I remember seeing Donnie Darko as a teenager and loving the music. It has some great bands in it like Echo and the Bunnymen, Tears for Fears, and The Church, but it also had an amazing instrumental score by Michael Andrews.

FL: Half-full or half-empty?

MS: Half-full.

FL: Which of your peers do you think is making the best music these days?

MS: Well, I’m not sure if they’re “peers” or not but Mike’s (the guitar player) cousin play drums in Cayucas, and we love them. I’ve been listening to “Bigfoot” quite a bit all summer.

FL: What's the first thing you think when you wake up in the morning?

MS: It probably has to do with coffee, sadly.

FL: Little-known Graveyard Club fact?

MS: We were actually named Monster Club when we released our first EP, but there’s a band named No Monster Club in Ireland and things got pretty confusing quickly, so we changed it to Graveyard Club. We were all happy it happened because everyone in the band likes the name Graveyard Club better, anyway.

FL: The greatest record store in the world is:

MS: Hymie’s in Minneapolis.

FL: Your boots were made for:

MS: Dancing.

FL: Shaken or stirred?

MS: Stirred.

FL: Favorite venue (either to play or to visit)?

MS: Our favorite venue in Minneapolis is First Avenue & 7th St Entry.

FL: Best piece of advice you've ever been given?

MS: “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

FL: If you weren't in a band you'd be?

MS: An elementary school teacher.

FL: If you were so inclined, whom would you form a tribute band in honor of?

MS: Definitely New Order.

FL: Best song ever written?

MS: That’s way too hard to answer, so I’m gonna go with “Graduation Song” by Vitamin C.





[posted 12.6.14]

Monday, December 1, 2014

The Untitled Interview #202: Starring Justin Hoben (The Deadmen)

It's safe (and pretty obvious by now) to say that The Deadmen is by far one of my favorite local bands. They've got a little bit of everything good - a little bit of rustic Americana, a little bit of country, a little bit of shimmy...y'all know what I'm talking about. It's good stuff, and if you haven't given them a listen yet I'm pretty disappointed in you.

I made some queries to Deadmen HQ, and Justin Hoben (one of the band's two guitar-playing and singing Justins) had the following replies. Obviously, Justin knows the correct answer to question 5. Make sure you take a gander, and if you're local, make sure you're at DC9 on the 16th of this very month when the band does their thing.

Fuzzy Logic: How the hell are you?
Justin Hoben: Hangin' in there.

FL: What was the last song you listened to?
JH: GnR - "Sweet Child o' Mine" (not by choice but I'm not complaining).

FL: Playing music is:
JH: Hit or miss.

FL: What album most made you realize you wanted to make music?
JH: Dead Milkmen - Big Lizard in My Backyard.

FL: Beatles or Stones?
JH: Stones, again and again.

FL: Top 5 albums (of now, of this week, of ever):
JH: Bob Dylan - Bringing it All Back Home; Violent Femmes - self titled; The Replacements - Let it Be; Canyon - Empty Rooms; Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy.

FL: Favorite music-related movie?
JH: I'm still hoping for an adaptation of Our Band Could Be Your Life. So i suppose The Decline of Western Civilization, by default. Or Don't Look Back. Or Losers Take All. Is there a Shaggs documentary?

FL: Half-full or half-empty?
JH: EMPTY.

FL: Which of your peers do you think is making the best music these days?
JH: Fellow Deadmen excluded, I've got my money on Brandon Butler, as usual.

FL: What's the first thing you think when you wake up in the morning?
JH: "Five more minutes."

FL: Little-known Deadmen fact?
JH: We put Bill Murray on the guest list of every show we play.

FL: The greatest record store in the world is:
JH: Joe's Record Paradise.

FL: Your boots were made for:
JH: Making me feel inferior when I see Josh Read's boots.

FL: Shaken or stirred?
JH: Shaken.

FL: Favorite venue (either to play or to visit)?
JH: 9:30 Club.

FL: Best piece of advice you've ever been given?
JH: "Deal with it."

FL: If you weren't in a band you'd be?
JH: Complaining a lot more.

FL: If you were so inclined, whom would you form a tribute band in honor of?
JH: Rick Springfield. My first two concerts were his Working Class Dog and Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet tours. Hartford Civic Center. '81 and '82 respectively.

FL: Best song ever written?
JH: The Drones - "Sixteen Straws."





[posted 12.1.14]

[photo copyright Megan Petty]


Sunday, November 30, 2014

Video of The Day #22: Lola Colt

There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video Of The Day are a cut (or two) above.

The more I hear from Lola Colt, the deeper under their spell I get. This clip sees the band performing a flawless rendition of "Driving Mr. Johnny" from their top secret HQ, all smoky tendrils of witchcraft and wizardry and good old fashioned rock emanating from the band as they let loose amongst a backdrop of angular lights and quivering camera shots. It's quite a song of seduction, and it's got some serious muscle to it. 

To me, this is a heck of a siren song, and if I end up bloodied and broken on some rocky coastal outcropping, so be it. I could listen to this all day/week/month.

You can revisit what I've already had to say about the incomparable Lola Colt hither.  





[posted 11.30.14]

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Bands On Film #58: Augustines @ U Street Music Hall, 10/1/14




























Augustines


[all photos copyright Megan Petty]

[posted 10.4.14]

Howdy Again Y'all!

Hello dear friends! It's been a long time. I hope you've been keeping well, staying out of trouble/jail, and listening to a whole lot of good music since last we spoke. 

Holy cow it's October! I must apologize, the Fuzzy summer break turned into a hiatus that ended up being a lot longer than I had planned. Sorry. But you know how life can be! Watch this space for news coming in the not super distant future, but for now, your girl is back and promises not to disappear like that again. 

Now, let's get back to the music, shall we...

Sunday, August 24, 2014

The Untitled Interview #201: Starring Matt Kivel

As is sometimes the way, it didn't take all that long for it to happen. I fell in deep, major smit with Matt Kivel's Days of Being Wild record about ten seconds into hearing the gorgeous "Insignificance." The whole album has this beautiful, lo-fi sunshine sound, idyllic in its way and impossible not to fall for. You'll hear me gush more about it later, don't you worry.

Naturally, I was curious about Mr. Kivel. So read on, dear friends, for a glimpse into the thoughts of a heck of a musician with a penchant for 80s pop song sweetness and a serious hankering for a pair of boots. 


Fuzzy Logic: How the hell are you?
Matt Kivel: I'm fine at the moment.

FL: What was the last song you listened to?
MK: A song I wrote yesterday. I was listening to it a few minutes ago. I worked on the lyrics last night. The melody has been kicking around for a few days. It might be something worth pursuing on the next record. The lyrics are kind of different than some of the things I've done in the past. gospel-thunderous drums- with some wiry electric guitar, played at a slow slow pace

FL: Playing music is:
MK: Something i do on a fairly regular basis

FL: What album most made you realize you wanted to make music?
MK: Wilco yankeehotelfoxtrot.

FL: Beatles or Stones?
MK: Beatles ... the songs are too beautiful

FL: Top 5 albums (of now, of this week, of ever):
MK: This week:

Nirvana - In Utero
Pussygutt / Story of Rats - Sea of Sand
Various artists - Laila je T'aime
Cass McCombs - Big Wheel and Others
Amps for Christ - Canyons Cars and Crows

FL: Favorite music-related movie?
MK: Step Across the Border.

FL: Half-full or half-empty?
MK: Half full.

FL: Which of your peers do you think is making the best music these days?
MK: I don't think they're necessarily my peers, but I really feel like Bill Callahan, Will Oldham, Joanna Newsom and Robert Wyatt are probably making the best music right now.

FL: What's the first thing you think when you wake up in the morning?
MK: It's nice to see my girlfriend.

FL: Little-known Matt Kivel fact?
MK: I wrote two record reviews for The Wire in 2007 ... album reviews for Prefuse 73 and J Dilla.

FL: The greatest record store in the world is:
MK: Mono records in Echo Park.

FL: Your boots were made for:
MK: I've never actually owned any proper boots. i'd like to someday. 

FL: Shaken or stirred?
MK: Shaken.

FL: Favorite venue (either to play or to visit)?
MK: The Echo.

FL: Best piece of advice you've ever been given?
MK: Learn to record yourself -- Mitchell Froom.

FL: If you weren't in a band you'd be?
MK: I'm not in a band anymore!

FL: If you were so inclined, whom would you form a tribute band in honor of?
MK: Probably Nick Drake, or Fairport Convention.

FL: Best song ever written?
MK: "Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen.







[posted 8.24.14]

Video Of The Day #21: Generationals

There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video Of The Day are a cut (or two) above.

This is the kind of video I could watch over and over again, y'all. It's filled with random vintage clips of all sorts of random things (science! plantlife! Einstein!), grainy and quirky and somehow the perfect backdrop for the sultrily jaunty jam "Black Lemon," by favorite New Orleansians Generationals. The more I watch it, the harder it is not to hit play right after it's over. The video's worth several watches, and the song is worth many a listen. Oh, and don't forget to get out there and catch Grant and Ted when they hit the road this fall! 










[posted 8.24.14]


The Week In Shows: 8/25-8/31

An overcast, potentially rainy, and quite sleepy Sunday morning seems as good a time as any to plot ones weekly live music schedule, I think. Let's take a look at what's happening in the greater DC metro this week, with the added bonus of filling you in on what I may or may not be taking in over the course of this abbreviated week. Hot diggity!

I still feel like all I do these days is work and sleep, y'all. And listen to music, of course. These are my picks for your upcoming week, friends, so I hope you'll seriously consider attending a few of these, though the week is a little light as we gear up for Labor Day weekend. And you never know, I just might see you out and about during the week. Your blogstress just might be at shows indicated with a star.

MONDAY, 8/25/14

-Frog Eyes + PS I Love You (DC9)

TUESDAY, 8/26/14

-Humble Fire + Louis Weeks + Swimming + Real Clothes (Paperhaus)

WEDNESDAY, 8/27/14

-Windhand, Disciples of Christ, Citadel (Black Cat)

THURSDAY, 8/28/14

-The Handsome Family + Richard Buckner (Iota)
-Crocodiles + SISU + Shark Week (Comet Ping Pong)**
-The Polyphonic Spree + Soft Cat (Black Cat)

FRIDAY, 8/29/14

-Kohoutek + Max Ochs + Rat Bastard + Insect Factory (Velvet Lounge)

SATURDAY, 8/30/14

-Odonis Odonis (The Pinch)
-Perfect Pussy + Joanna Gruesome + Potty Mouth + Love of Everything (Rock & Roll Hotel)**
-Hollis Brown (National Building Museum)

SUNDAY, 8/31/14

-Spoonboy + Bellows + Eskimeaux (Black Cat)



[posted 8.24.14]

Thursday, August 14, 2014

The Untitled Interview #200: Starring The Cult of Dom Keller

I thought long and hard and then some about who to have star in this, the 200th iteration of The Untitled Interview. But a realization finally dawned on me, friends, that there was really only one band that should be involved. It's quite obvious, really. The Cult of Dom Keller topped my Best of 2013 list, and it's entirely possible they'll do it again this year. Nottingham's finest (and definitely one of the UK's finest) psych rock contortionists do all sorts of magical things to my brain that I can't even comprehend, and if you're at all into psych rock you'll probably want to check them out immediately.

Read on for answers from Jason, Neil, and Ryan to see what makes the Cult tick (Sartre! The Monkees! Victorian parks!). You might wish to do so whilst listening to their jaw-dropping opus The Second Bardo (out now on Cardinal Fuzz) to further enhance the experience.

Fuzzy Logic: How the hell are you?

Ryan: Hell is other people but I'm doing fine.

Jason: I am!

Neil: Ok, ta.

FL: What was the last song you listened to?

Ryan: Currently listening to The Fall in the car. Last song was "Cruiser's Creek."

Jason: "We Don't Care" from the first MGMT record (when they were still called The Management).

Neil: The last album I listened to was "The Terror" by The Flaming Lips. It's a kind of all-or-nothing listening experience.

FL: Playing music is:

Ryan: Play music or go mental.

Jason: The only reason we're not all in seperate padded cells (instead we're all in the same one).

Neil: A necessary therapy.

FL: What album most made you realize you wanted to make music?

Ryan: I was a massive 60s freak (Beatles, Stones, Yardbirds, Zeppelin), then the 13th Floor Elevators' first album and the Pebbles (60s garage compilation) series changed everything and connected with me in way music hadn't before.

Jason: Michael Jackson's Thriller. I was about five at the time though.

Neil: The Beach Boys - 20 Golden Greats, It was my bathtime music as a child.

FL: Beatles or Stones?

Ryan: The Stones. No, The Beatles. Can't do it. White album, Revolver, Rubber soul, Beggar's Banquet, Exile on Main Street, Let it bleed...it would be like a real bad father having to choose between his kids.

Jason: The Beatles from Monday to Thursday, The Stones from Friday to Sunday.

Neil: If I had to choose, then I'd go with the Beatles, but I love the Stones, so my answer has to be Wednesday.

FL: Top 5 albums (of now, of this week, of ever):

Ryan: Mmm.... Well this changes every day but right now...
Stooges - The Stooges
13th Floor Elevators - Psychedelic Sounds of
Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves
Brian Jonestown Massacre - My Bloody Underground
The Doors - Strange Days

Jason: (of the mood I'm currently in)
Flaming Lips - The Terror
The Amps - Pacer
Royal Trux - Sweet Sixteen
The Moles - Flashbacks and Dream Sequences
Neil Young - On The Beach

Neil: In the car / on the phone this week =
Flaming Lips - The Terror
Scott Walker - 4
Tom Waits - Bone Machine
The Warlocks - Heavy Deavy Skull Lover
The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

FL: Favorite music-related film?

Ryan: The Blues Brothers.

Jason: They're almost always awful, so er..The Monkees Head, maybe? "Porpoise Song" is one of the greatest psychedelic songs of all time, just as the concept for Head is the most amazing concept, especially as the intention was to utterly destroy the myth of The Monkees. Fantastic.

"Wanting to feel,
To know what is real,
Living is a lie.
The porpoise is waiting, goodbye, goodbye"

Neil: This is too hard to answer, will go with A Requiem for a Dream.

FL: Which of your peers do you think is making the best music these days?

Ryan: Liars, Flaming Lips, and Indian Jewellery. BJM continue to create great music.

Jason: The Vacant Lots, Black Bombaim, Reverends and Flash Hits! all deserve a listen. I've been listening to Flash Hits' newest demos and that band are CRIMINALLY overlooked. Damien Taylor (Flash Hits/Asteroid #4/Sounds of Kaleidoscope) is a seriously talented and all-round great guy too. Oh and Cloudland Canyon for mind-bending trancy greatness..and Cheval Sombre for the most beautiful songs...Duncan McKnight from The Virgin Tongues' new group The Seldom Seen also really needs listening to. I'm sure I'll kick myself in a minute when I remember another 20 great bands I should have mentioned. There's a LOT of great music happening right now, hiding in the corners of your eyes. Dual Split, also. Phenomenal stuff.

Neil: The Lumerians, Lola Colt and Indian Jewelry.

FL: Half-full or half-empty?

Ryan: Half full of emptiness.

Jason: What's in the glass?

Neil: Today it's half full.

FL: What's the first thing you think when you wake up in the morning?

Ryan: Well done. I made another day.

Jason: that would depend strongly on where I am, but lately it's "I really need to tidy up and stop living like a hobo."

Neil: How do I feel today.

FL: Little-known Cult of Dom Keller fact?

Ryan: On an Amazonian exhibition when I was 18 I lost my fingers in a freak accident in piranha-infested waters. I had to have an emergency transplant. The only fingers available for transplant were those of a Great Peruvian silverback ape so now my left hand is actually almost all monkey. Everyday I look down at my hand and thank that monkey because now my fingers can do things on the guitar mere mortals can't.

Jason: Ryan's monkey hand.

Neil: Ryan is an alien from the future, with a monkey's claw? All of our songs are named by strangers.

FL: The greatest record store in the world is:

Ryan: I'll answer this when I get back from my US road trip at the end of the month as I have a list of record stores on my itinerary.

Jason: Joe's Record Paradise in Silver Spring, Maryland...or Amoeba in SF...

Neil: Don't have one.

Jason: will someone please buy Neil a record player...

FL: Your boots were made for:

Ryan: Someone else to die in.

Jason: clown feet.

Neil: Me.

FL: Shaken or stirred?

Ryan: Shirred.

Jason: Always shaken as violently as possible. ...well unless we're talking about tea...in which case; stirred as violently as possible.

Neil: Shaken.

FL: Favorite venue (either to play or to visit)?

Ryan: I really loved the power station when we played Austin Psych Fest in 2011.

Jason: Madame Moustache in Brussels. Great venue, great people.

Neil: Locally, it's The Chameleon, it's got a great sound system and sound man; a very intimate venue run by a local eccentric. I'd have to agree with Ryan for best venue ever. APF4 at the Austin Power Station was something else.

FL: Best piece of advice you've ever been given?

Ryan: Try not to die and you'll live longer.

Jason: "Don't try too hard." (Neil Hagerty & Jennifer Herrema)

Neil: Look both ways when you cross the road.

FL: What's your favorite spot/place/city/wherever in Nottingham?

Ryan: Home.

Jason: Our rehearsal space/church/tinnitus factory.

Neil: Any of the Victorian parks.

FL: If you weren't in a band you'd be?

Ryan: A successful solo artist haha.

Jason: ...a total recluse.

Neil: Something else creative.

FL: Heaven's Gate had matching tracksuits and Nikes, Branch Davidians had David Koresh...what is the Cult of Dom Keller's cult staple?

Ryan: Conspiracies and madness.

Jason: Eyes and ears.

Neil: Mental health issues.

FL: If you were so inclined, whom would you form a tribute band in honor of?

Ryan: Alice Cooper would be fun.

Jason: I'll be in that Alice Cooper tribute band with Ryan. Dennis Dunaway wrote the greatest
bass lines ever. Neil do you want to join?

Neil: I was going to say Love, but now I'm going with Alice Cooper!

FL: Best song ever written?

Ryan: This is like asking me what my favourite cheese is and that's impossible to answer.

Jason: "Helter Skelter" by the Beatles.

Neil: "Broken Arrow" by Buffalo Springfield.






[posted 8.14.14]