q and also a :: Woodhull
Matt & Seth of Brooklyn’s own Woodhull sent us these answers to our questions in this next installment of q and also a.
q: What is the last song you (really) heard?
matt: Maneater by Hall and Oates.
q: Is there an album you wished you knew about when you were younger?
s: The earlier I could have known the Birthday Party, maybe the better.
m: I’ve been listening to an album called Pride in What I Am by Merle Haggard and The Strangers that I wish I’d found sooner, although I’m not sure I’d have appreciated it as much when I was a kid.
q: What is the last album that you purchased?
q: What is one of your favorite memories of experiencing music in a live setting?
s: The first show I ever saw was MXPX, they were phenomenal. Plus, I got to meet Yuri and watch some lesbians make out; I was like 13 and never wanted to go back to Catholic school.
m: I saw The Spits at the Wick last year and it was one of the most fun and cathartic shows I’ve seen.
q: What piece(s) of culture are you really really excited about right now?
q: Anything we should know about your latest project (whatever that might be)?
s: I’ve already said too much.
m: We have a couple more tracks we recorded at Rubber Tracks that we’d like to release over the next few months if possible. Also, we’re looking for a long term drummer who can practice at least a couple times a week and do about a show a week. Apart from that, in the words of Muhammed Ali, we’re knockin out all bums – and if you try and get smart we’ll knock you out too.
Listen to the first official Woodhull track… Ode to a Gamete