1. YOUR REAL NAME:
2. WITNESS PROTECTION NAME: (mother’s middle name, father’s middle name)
4. STAR WARS NAME: (first 3 letters of your last name, first 2 letters of your first name)
5. DETECTIVE NAME: (favorite color, favorite animal)
6. SOAP OPERA NAME: (middle name, town where you were born)
(Wow! It’s just like Madonna! I don’t have a middle name.)
7. SUPERHERO NAME: (2nd favorite color, favorite drink, add “THE” to the beginning)
The Red Tonic
8. FLY NAME: (first 2 letters of your 1st name, last 2 letters of your last name)
9. ROCK STAR NAME: (current pet’s name, current street name)
Mister Turtle Fairview (kinda foppish, no?)
10. YOUR GANGSTA NAME: (first 3 letters of real name + izzle
11. YOUR GOTH NAME: (black, name of a pet)
I’m at the Good Hurt in Venice, watching Evangenitals bassist Keith Lubow play REALLY LOUD old punk with his *other* band, The Bloody Brains. I got out here early in a beat-the-traffic carpool scenario with Evangenitals drummer David Hurlin and we passed the pre-show time perusing fine used books in the Sam Johnson bookshop, right across the street from the Good Hurt. I found a stash of incredible Swedenborg books, which brought back memories of my obsession with August Strindberg back when I was at CalArts.
Earlier today, I got the keys for the Evangenitals new 24/7 lockout rehearsal space in Echo Park at the newly built (and still under construction), sure to be hot-spot Bedrock Studios. Its an exciting time for the Evangenitals… Or course, aint it always?
This past weekend we laid down 6 tracks for a new demo. Listening to the unfinished mixes, I’m already excited as hell. We recorded with Tracy Chisholm at Del Boca Vista studios in South Pasadena, and the whole band now has the recording bug. I’m thinking the Moby Dick EP is our next move, and soon. It was a total joy to spend ridiculously long hours in the studio with the gang, and I can’t wait to do more more MORE!!!
Its awesome to be here in support Keith in his “loud” band… in which he is the youngest member by a good 30 year margin. I am really glad I brought earplugs, as I want to keep my hearing orbs in good shape for a long, long time whilst we skip down the wild and wonderful road of this musical life. 🙂