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Musicians — London

Name, where are you from?
A: Abi from South West England UK.
C: Caitlin, Belfast (Ireland).
O: Orazio, Rome, Italy.

Describe your style in three words?
A: Baggy pyjama world.
C: Everything, everywhere, mostly.
O: Postmodern goth toy.

What’s the best gig you’ve ever been to?
A: Pretty Sick at The Windmill, Brixton.
C: La Roux in Limelight, Belfast.
O: The most recent one worth mentioning is Horse Whisperer at the Bunker last year, great audience participation, weirdest, unexpected stuff happening, one snare, keyboards maybe a guitar if I remember well? All just one guy who kept repeating the same lyrics “horse whisperer in the valley of the spectator” for each tune. it was just genius honestly and rowdy in its own way.

If you could be on the line up with any two artists in history?
A: Babes In Toyland and Atari Teenage Riot.
C: Sleater-Kinney and X-Ray Spex. 
O: Throbbing Gristle and Lolita Storm.

Which subcultures have influenced you?
A: Dirty grrls and punk, was just cool to see teenage girls speaking about the way things make them feel unfiltered and I loved the music and clothes, people like Courtney Love and Kat Bjelland really influenced my lyric writing and screaming.
C: Belfast Dance Music (Or:la), trad (Planxty, Paul Brady), jazz and soul (Irma Thomas, Ella Fitzgerald) lots of choral music and musicals (love Sondheim and Berstein) as well as pop punk (Fall Out Boy) and lots and lots of pop (Robyn, Kero Kero Bonito, Petite Meller) because they all sounded so good.
O: Industrial and '90s noise rock, first one because of abstraction and the latter because of vibes.

If you could spend an hour with anyone from history?
A: Alice Coltrane because she seems like a pretty incredible human being to just be around.
C: Gráinne Ní Mháille because she sounds sick.
O: Malevitch.

Of all the venues you’ve been to or played, which is your favourite?
A: Been to DIY Space because it's such a communal space.
C: The Windmill, Brixton is always putting on great gigs and making an effort to showcase and celebrate underground musicians. 
O: DalVerme in Italy was an amazing venue that unfortunately got shut down, it had the best experimental acts from all over the world and it truly formed me.

Your greatest unsung hero or heroine in music?
C: The Raincoats.
O: Godzik Pink, a band from the early 2000s who released a handful of short and hectic EPs on labels such as 5 Rue Christine. Reaaally good stuff that made me appreciate EPs and instrumental music a lot.

The first track you played on repeat?
A: 'Teeth' by Lady Gaga.
C: 'Stronger' by Britney Spears.
O: 'Murdoc Is God' by Gorillaz.

A song that defines the teenage you?
A: 'Sick Of You' by Iggy Pop.
C: 'Let’s Make Out' by Does It Offend You, Yeah?
O: 'Night Goat' by Melvins.

One record you would keep forever?
A: 'Geidi Primes' by Grimes.
C: 'Hounds of Love' by Kate Bush or 'Carrie & Lowell' by Sufjan Stevens.
O: 'The Bootlicker' by Melvins.

A song lyric that has inspired you?
A: "You made me see that my behaviour was an opinion"
From 'Batmobile' by Liz Phair.
C: “Our accents won't soften cause we stayed at home, I’d never have missed out on watching you grow”
From 'New Song Car Song' by Piglet.
O: “La sconfitta è storica, Ma non posso dirtelo Posso solo piangerla e guardarti crescere, come cresce l'edera, come il rovo su pietre e macerie”
From 'A Vita Bassa' by Baustelle.

The song that would get you straight on the dance floor?
A: 'Round Round' by Sugarbabes.
C: 'We Like To Party' by Vengaboys.
O: 'The Crystal Cat' by Dan Deacon.

A song you wished you had written?
A: 'Birthday' by The Sugarcubes.
C: 'Largo' by Fiona Apple.
O: 'The Raft' by Pink Industry.

Best song to turn up loud?
A: 'Right Now' by Babes In Toyland.
C: 'The Heb Celt Bounce' by Face The West.
O: 'Thc' by German Shepherds.

A song people wouldn’t expect you to like?
A: 'The Maypole Song' by Paul Giovanni, from The Wicker Man, 1973.
C: I like all sorts, maybe 'Daisy Bell' by the first singing computer.
O: 'Colpo Di Pistola' by Subsonica.

Best song to end an all-nighter on?
A: 'Age Of Aquarius' by The 5th Dimension.
C: 'Crazy On You' by Heart.
O: 'Born Slippy' by Underworld.

Any new music you are listening to right now?
A: anything off 'Axis' by Bonnie Baxter.
'Ibitbt' by 3L3D3P.
C: 'Day and Age' by Problem Pattens.
'Get Your Brits Out' by KNEECAP. 
'"Listen to Your Heart.""No."' by Cheekface.
O: 'Fragments Of A Lily' by Puce Mary.
'Insecktes' by Tormentumina.
'Dinner' by Great Dad.
'Hunger' by Gretchen Lawrence.

Name, where are you from?
A: Abi from South West England UK.
C: Caitlin, Belfast (Ireland).
O: Orazio, Rome, Italy.

Describe your style in three words?
A: Baggy pyjama world.
C: Everything, everywhere, mostly.
O: Postmodern goth toy.

What’s the best gig you’ve ever been to?
A: Pretty Sick at The Windmill, Brixton.
C: La Roux in Limelight, Belfast.
O: The most recent one worth mentioning is Horse Whisperer at the Bunker last year, great audience participation, weirdest, unexpected stuff happening, one snare, keyboards maybe a guitar if I remember well? All just one guy who kept repeating the same lyrics “horse whisperer in the valley of the spectator” for each tune. it was just genius honestly and rowdy in its own way.

If you could be on the line up with any two artists in history?
A: Babes In Toyland and Atari Teenage Riot.
C: Sleater-Kinney and X-Ray Spex. 
O: Throbbing Gristle and Lolita Storm.

Which subcultures have influenced you?
A: Dirty grrls and punk, was just cool to see teenage girls speaking about the way things make them feel unfiltered and I loved the music and clothes, people like Courtney Love and Kat Bjelland really influenced my lyric writing and screaming.
C: Belfast Dance Music (Or:la), trad (Planxty, Paul Brady), jazz and soul (Irma Thomas, Ella Fitzgerald) lots of choral music and musicals (love Sondheim and Berstein) as well as pop punk (Fall Out Boy) and lots and lots of pop (Robyn, Kero Kero Bonito, Petite Meller) because they all sounded so good.
O: Industrial and '90s noise rock, first one because of abstraction and the latter because of vibes.

If you could spend an hour with anyone from history?
A: Alice Coltrane because she seems like a pretty incredible human being to just be around.
C: Gráinne Ní Mháille because she sounds sick.
O: Malevitch.

Of all the venues you’ve been to or played, which is your favourite?
A: Been to DIY Space because it's such a communal space.
C: The Windmill, Brixton is always putting on great gigs and making an effort to showcase and celebrate underground musicians. 
O: DalVerme in Italy was an amazing venue that unfortunately got shut down, it had the best experimental acts from all over the world and it truly formed me.

Your greatest unsung hero or heroine in music?
C: The Raincoats.
O: Godzik Pink, a band from the early 2000s who released a handful of short and hectic EPs on labels such as 5 Rue Christine. Reaaally good stuff that made me appreciate EPs and instrumental music a lot.

The first track you played on repeat?
A: 'Teeth' by Lady Gaga.
C: 'Stronger' by Britney Spears.
O: 'Murdoc Is God' by Gorillaz.

A song that defines the teenage you?
A: 'Sick Of You' by Iggy Pop.
C: 'Let’s Make Out' by Does It Offend You, Yeah?
O: 'Night Goat' by Melvins.

One record you would keep forever?
A: 'Geidi Primes' by Grimes.
C: 'Hounds of Love' by Kate Bush or 'Carrie & Lowell' by Sufjan Stevens.
O: 'The Bootlicker' by Melvins.

A song lyric that has inspired you?
A: "You made me see that my behaviour was an opinion"
From 'Batmobile' by Liz Phair.
C: “Our accents won't soften cause we stayed at home, I’d never have missed out on watching you grow”
From 'New Song Car Song' by Piglet.
O: “La sconfitta è storica, Ma non posso dirtelo Posso solo piangerla e guardarti crescere, come cresce l'edera, come il rovo su pietre e macerie”
From 'A Vita Bassa' by Baustelle.

The song that would get you straight on the dance floor?
A: 'Round Round' by Sugarbabes.
C: 'We Like To Party' by Vengaboys.
O: 'The Crystal Cat' by Dan Deacon.

A song you wished you had written?
A: 'Birthday' by The Sugarcubes.
C: 'Largo' by Fiona Apple.
O: 'The Raft' by Pink Industry.

Best song to turn up loud?
A: 'Right Now' by Babes In Toyland.
C: 'The Heb Celt Bounce' by Face The West.
O: 'Thc' by German Shepherds.

A song people wouldn’t expect you to like?
A: 'The Maypole Song' by Paul Giovanni, from The Wicker Man, 1973.
C: I like all sorts, maybe 'Daisy Bell' by the first singing computer.
O: 'Colpo Di Pistola' by Subsonica.

Best song to end an all-nighter on?
A: 'Age Of Aquarius' by The 5th Dimension.
C: 'Crazy On You' by Heart.
O: 'Born Slippy' by Underworld.

Any new music you are listening to right now?
A: anything off 'Axis' by Bonnie Baxter.
'Ibitbt' by 3L3D3P.
C: 'Day and Age' by Problem Pattens.
'Get Your Brits Out' by KNEECAP. 
'"Listen to Your Heart.""No."' by Cheekface.
O: 'Fragments Of A Lily' by Puce Mary.
'Insecktes' by Tormentumina.
'Dinner' by Great Dad.
'Hunger' by Gretchen Lawrence.

Paddywak | Strappin It On (2020)

Paddywak | Pete (2020)