Neüs you can use.
Today is gonna be a pretty short/discombobulated one due to the fact that I am just returning from a whirlwind of travel and shenanigans, only having returned to my post almost nearly just before hitting the publish button on today’s effort
Kicking things off however, I will say that I shot off like a rocket and back again in order to get some high test rock and roll in my genes, but before, after, and in-between any of that happened, I saw all of this;
I don’t do a bunch well, but I do make doing super budget and half-assed two day dirtbag vacations look easy.
In an unusual twist I will now roll out the newest episode of Revolting just a pinch before the post’s conclusion, only because my this week’s music pick is relevant to what I’m about to present to you;
So the aforementioned journey was to Portland and then Tacoma was to see ’68 which to date I had never and it was among the greatest of my live musical experiences of this, or any life I’ve had.
You’ll soon hear that one point I made in the above episode is that I wanted to ask them about their dry cleaning bill.
So having said that, get ready for the first ever AHTBM band interview with Atlanta, Georgia’s favorite sons, ’68;
All Hail The Black Market: So, how expensive is your dry cleaning bill?
Josh Scognin: It’s not as high as you might think.
So there you have the conclusion to the first ever AHTBM band interview.
And I should mention that the following night in Tacoma Dirty Randy duly noted the salt deposits on drummer Nikko Yamada’s slacks;
Having offered that bit of gold, I can’t imagine there being even a shred left of neüs anyone could use.
I am looking forward to more single question band interviews at AHTBM
I should have another on Tuesday.