News Bands 1QI: Two Houses, Slow Code, Primitve Weapons, Nonpareil

1QI: Two Houses, Slow Code, Primitve Weapons, Nonpareil

Posted July 23, 2016, 1:56 p.m. in Bands by Cheryl
1QI: Two Houses, Slow Code, Primitve Weapons, Nonpareil

Welcome to our almost daily quickie Q&A feature: One Question Interviews. Follow us at facebook & twitter and we'll post an interview four days each week, typically every Monday-Thursday.

 

After our social media followers get the first word, we post a wrap-up here at the site and archive them here. This week check out Q&As with Two Houses, Slow Code, Primitve Weapons and Nonpareil

Mike (Two Houses)

SPB: Do you have any vinyl that your own strictly for collector’s purposes but never listen to?

Mike: No one in the band does. Norman Marston, who recorded and mixed our full-length, I Feel So Good I Can't Stand Myself (out this summer on Rad Girlfriend), has a bunch of records he has two copies of (one to listen to one to not listen to I guess). 

I don't get it, seems crazy, but he worked at a record store for a while, so I guess you can get away with that when you got a discount. 

Charlie Wagner (Slow Code) 

SPB: How much space is your home is dedicated to music (instruments or records)?

Charlie: While the basement is jam-packed with guitars and amps and odds-and-ends, our physical media game is pretty weak, though 95% of the time there's a record being played through the living room stereo, and the house is almost exclusively decorated with silkscreens and fliers and posters on every available section of wall.

Dave Castillo (Primitive Weapons)

SPB: What is the weirdest description you’ve heard others say of your music/ Do you think it’s accurate or do you see where it came from?

Dave: The weirdest way we've been described was as a spacey doom band. WTF is that?

Jef Wright (Nonpareil)

SPB: What venue is your favorite to play (and why)?

Jef: Currently, I'd say that Valley Bar is my favorite venue to play in Phoenix. It could be because I have played so many venues here over the years and Valley Bar has only been open for about a year, but it also is a unique spot with great sound. Loading gear down an elevator to play in a nice cool basement makes me feel like I am on tour on the East Coast. It's also a perk that they serve some tasty food there as well!

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