This, um… motivational video has been fluttering about the interwebs, seems to me it makes a good deal more sense in the tub.
Had the pleasure of playing a murderous, cannibal cultist in this video, directed by Torin Langen for the song Interlocutor by the Telephone Explosion Records band Crosss.
In a federal government famed for the hoarding of power in the PMO, the Harper Mob’s preferred senator of mysterious expense, is fighting like a cornered rat. Caught in a web of lies, paid off by the PM’s right hand man, Duffy is the rat trying to sink the ship, instead of fleeing it.
I just had the distinct pleasure of the most comfortable interview experience of my career. Which is not to slight any of the other media interviews I’ve be involved with. Two words: comfie chair. I was invited to talk to the affable host, Pat Lackenbauer, of the Movin’ Air Podcast and it was truly a pleasure. Situated in a cozy little room with a very relaxing seat, we talked for a couple of hours. The show is edited and co-produced by Jeff Cowell, a fixture on the local music scene and a simply outstanding drummer. Swell fella, too.
The show is no more and no less than people telling their story, opening up. My episode will appear later this summer but there are 23 full episodes on the home page, Movin’ Air. The shows are also available on iTunes as a free subscription.
I am enormously gratified that so many people have stopped by to look at the stuff I’ve posted lately. Anyone with posters, pictures of ephemera of the post-punk era that you’d like to share can send me a note at: email@example.com
Also, if I screw up, get facts backwards or otherwise be wrong, please add a comment or drop me a note and suitable corrections will be made. I only know what I saw and experienced and much of that experience was in a ‘Do Not Operate Heavy Machinery’ state of mind. Also, I’d like to send a shout-out to Singapore. Who knew so many K-dub area post punks lived in that neck of the woods?