2 posts tagged MF Magazine
Untitled Jam #2
by Andrew W.K. (featuring Matt Sweeney)
album Daytrotter Session - 3/1/2010
Andrew W.K. feat. Matt Sweeney Chubb Boogie
I recently did an interview with Andrew W.K. for MF Magazine. Since the only (somewhat) redeeming quality in the totally bizarre collab he did with Soulja Boy and Matt & Kim (barf), is the king of party’s vocals, I thought I would share the interview and track with y’all. Really though, if you dig Andrew W.K., do yourself a favor and check out his Daytrotter session featuring Matt Sweeney. It’s a much more rewarding experience than listening to the garbage Converse pooped out.
Actually, this song is so terrible I can’t post it. It hurts my soul. Instead listen to a track from Andrew’s 2010 Daytrotter sesh and read my fave excerpts from the interview below.
One of the coolest Daytrotter Sessions I’ve heard to date is your session with Matt
Sweeney of Superwolf. What was that experience like?
The Daytrotter guys are super nice and working with them was a blast. Matt Sweeney is one of my oldest friends from New York City. Playing with him is always a joy - I’ve learned a lot from him. I’m really glad you heard that session and enjoyed it! We really had no idea what we were doing.
I couldn’t agree more. When you were younger did either of your parents’ sing/play music for you? If so, what songs?
My Mom would sing me lullabies. She would sing Adelweiss from The Sound of Music. My Dad played piano for years and took lessons when I was real young. That’s how I got interested in the piano as a little baby. He would play the song, “Misty”.
The song that always gets stuck in my head is… "Tales of Kidd Funkadelic (Opusdelite Years)"
Read my entire interview with Andrew W.K. here.
Tog Interview I did for MF Magazine
Hey guys! Check out the interview I did with a hot new band out of Norway, Tog, which includes a hot pic of lead singer Lars Christian covered in chocolate. Yum…
Cerebral and deep, and with the most danceable Indie tunes hitting your ears this summer, is Norwegian artist Tog. I had the opportunity to pick the brain of front man, Lars Christian, about what it’s like to be an up-and-comer in the digital world, what the band would taste like if they were food, and plans for world domination. Check it out here.