Dante Vs Zombies fill that space in L.A. music previously occupied by bands like Sparks, Deadbeats and Suburban Lawns, who smashed out ferociously iconoclastic songs that matched perfectly only the bizarre soundscapes inside their own minds. I sat down with a bowl of vegetarian chili, a few bottles of beer and Dante himself. This interview by Frankie Alvaro.
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This lost child of Andy Warhol’s Factory pours his heart and soul into it. “Say Goodbye Before You Leave” is about lost talent Jay Reatard. “When You’re Gone” is about his gone poppa. “Hairdresser Blues” is about having to give yourself all day long to clients who want to talk your face off about their lives, when your life might be in shambles as well. Taking a bold step forward with your music is always a difficult thing to do, like rolling the dice when you know there are people hiding in the rafters waiting to watch you fail.
April 27th, 2010 · No Comments
With cameos from Jail Weddings, Frankie the Face and more! (Plus the Hyperion Tavern chandelier.)