Chris Slorach of METZ and The Armed (and a former member of Moneen and other bands) is the latest guest on Justin Pearson (The Locust, Deaf Club, Dead Cross, etc) and Luke Henshaw‘s Cult and Culture podcast. The synopsis reads:
This episode is a conversation between bassists with Chis Slorach (Metz, The Armed). The discussion touches on topics like how Metz has operated over the years, favorite drummers and the importance of them to a band, the jazziness of Nomeansno, and how being booed sometimes is more memorable than the positive highlights. Chris also shares his approach to bass playing, keeping things simple but crushing in order to do what’s best for the music.
[…] Cult and Culture arose as an opportunity to document bits and pieces of the DIY-driven, subversive world of art Pearson identifies with- one that many are not aware of or perhaps have misconceptions about. […] The focus is not intended to be solely on people in any one realm, and because guests are friends and family, the conversations are frank, informal yet well-informed, and genuine.
You can watch the episode below, and we’re also giving away five vinyl copies of METZ’s 2020 album Atlas Vending. Enter via the contest widget below. Winners will be chosen at random and contacted with more details. US residents only. Good luck!
Read our review of Atlas Vending here. Moneen is also featured in our recent look back on the early 2000s Ontario post-hardcore scene, published in conjunction with our new Alexisonfire box set & magazine.
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