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One Question Interviews: Atom & His Package

Adam Goren (Atom & His Package, Armalite)

SPB: As a performer, what do you think when fans run onstage and singalong at the microphone?

Goren: Most of my performances are in the context of teaching high school science students these days. Usually I'm flanked with enormously muscular bodyguards to keep any overzealous scienteens from getting too close to me and grabbing the spotlight. I also have a rule in my classroom that there is to be absolutely no stagediving and NEVER any moshing. It's just not safe, considering the glassware and the lack of physics helmets that the students wear. I guess it's not in fashion like it was when I was a moshing science high school student.


Words by Loren on Nov. 11, 2013, 7:05 p.m.

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