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Friday, February 11, 2011

Woolfy Interview, Cosmic Trigger Tonight!

....Special report from certified-homie Hayden Bagot....

Hayden from Flying Turns here. We caught a DJ performance from Woolfy last year during SXSW that left us throttled. He completely stole the show and then got off the decks to drink and dance with us while his label-mates on DFA records pushed on further into disco-house territory. We woke up the next day in pieces but knew we had to bring back the man who has killed parties, released on popular labels (DFA, Rong, and Permanent Vacation), and performed his records with a touring live band to do the business to Austin again. In anticipation of the party this weekend (and because I could) we had a quick Q and A session.

H: Let's pretend you are boxing for the title against George Foreman, What song do you pick to play while you walk out to the ring?

W: This is a very good question Hayden, for me I would choose "tomorrow" from the Annie soundtrack; there's nothing like a good show-tune before an ass whooping. For George I'd choose "Lean On Me" cause that's all he ever did in the ring.

H This is not your first time in Texas, do werewolves prefer Austin's tacos or barbeque?

W: Bar-b-que for sure. I want my baby back baby back baby back ribs. That works for the first question but it would of gone, I want my ribs back baby . . .

H What's your favorite piece of musical equipment and why?

W: My classical guitar, it releases a lot of demons for me; it also cooks me dinner, sends heart warming texts and is a big fan of Dexter.

H: The hard-drive with all your recordings on it crashed last year, have you been busy writing new material?

W: That was definitely a hard time for me, but I took it in stride. I thought I'd be writing make-up to break-up love songs due to my divorce, but it started a new genre of music; post angst computerism. The name of the album;s called KILL KRAFTWERK.

H Do you have any plans in the works to tour the Woolfy Band soon?

W: A lot of offers have come my way recently, but my main man (keyboardist) Dan's band ORGONE is blowing up right now and to start from scratch is a tall order. Chemistry's a fine art in the music biz, anyone?

H: Your release on Whatchawannado is under the name Sir Woolfy. How did it feel being knighted by the queen?

W: It was humiliating. They made me wear a Tudor wig and used a plastic sword. Sean Connery and McCartney were laughing during the whole ceremony, bastards.

H: What is the strangest thing you've ever been asked in an interview? and how did you respond?

W: See question 1.

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