Thursday, 28 November 2013

The Modernless Q&A

Your name: 

Where are you from? 
Grew up all over, paid dues in NYC, trying to mature in London.

Name of band:
The Modernless.

Who else is in your band? 
Currently the visual artist Gypsy James on bass guitar and the infamous artist Dave Baby on sax. But we always evolve so this is just a current line-up. 

How would you describe yourselves? 
Quiet witches.

Who are your main influences musically? 
Suicide, Iggy Pop, no wave, nu wave, surf music, surfing in LA, skateboarding with my friend William L down boyz downhill Santa Monica! (What's up Will! ) 

What do you hope to achieve in music? 
We don't know yet. It's all an experiment and its never to be achieved.

What has been the highlight of your career so far, and why? 
Playing drums with Adam Ant in 2010. That was a laugh. OH! Bass for one gig too. I got bored with the drums an quit and needed a challenge so I made him an offer - If I come back to the band, I play bass, of no deal. He agreed. Nice guy, a bit heavy gravity but legend to play with.

And what’s the moment you want to forget?
Playing with Adam Ant. Haha.

If you had to pick just one of your songs to represent your music, what would it be and why?
I would pick the a song I'm going to make in 2020. That will represent me perfectly. 

Where can we listen to it? be continued....

Where can we find out more about your music? 

Anything else you’d like to say about your band/music that I forgot to ask?
Yes but I forgot. :) x we're noisy. xx

Modernless from MODERNLESS on Myspace.


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