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    An interview with Lazy Goods

    Lazy Goods Lazy Goods is a side project for Chad Felix, also in the Las Vegas, Nev. band called The Tramlines. Though each project is somewhat similar, they are also very different. Lazy Goods is comprised of country & folk melodies along with great vocals by Chad. Lazy goods have a few other occasional members who are on a few tracks of Lazy Goods. Mike Busch, Tyler Mckusick, and occasionally Michael Catalano — the drummer of The Tramlines — join in on the music making of Lazy Goods.

    You are in two similar music projects, The Tramlines and Lazy Goods. Is folk/indie you900彩票下载安卓r music of choice?:

    I can’t really say that I prefer any specific genre of music. I find myself listening to different things every day. I think it is important that people listen to music, and make a conscious attempt to find something good about it. No matter what you900彩票下载安卓 are listening to there is something worth you900彩票下载安卓r while (minus the obvious exceptions). It is just a matter of time and patience.

    You are currently going to release an EP of you900彩票下载安卓r own. How is the progress of that coming?:

    The Lazy Goods EP is going great. Lazy Goods is less of a band and more of an experiment. This being said, the only song I have formally written for the project is “Pomegranate Blood.” All the others were constructed on lazy Friday nights with little-to-no premeditation. I currently have three tracks completed, with three others in the works. I have no specific date that I am aiming for, but let’s hope its before the middle of the year.

    Who/What inspires you900彩票下载安卓 to write music?:

    Curiosity and Bad Months.

    What do you900彩票下载安卓 find to be the most beneficial part of writing music?

    To be completely honest, I get a real feeling of accomplishment when I write something I am proud of. I can’t say that my motives are entirely selfish however. The reason I love playing in my other band, The Tramlines, is because it is such a different experience than Lazy Goods. Writing and playing in The Tramlines is a community effort whereas Lazy Goods is entirely personal.

    Are there any albums out there that inspire you900彩票下载安卓 to write, If so, why?:

    There certainly are. Recently:

    Stars of the Lid – And Their Refinement of the Decline
    Peter Broderick – Docile
    The Field – From Here We Go Sublime

    And Always:

    Jim O’Rourke
    Radiohead
    Pavement
    Wilco
    Sonic Youth

    What is in the future for Lazy Goods?:

    Well this EP will come out eventually (Let’s say Early-Mid 2008). I am also working on a collaboration with songs written by myself and good friends Mike Busch and Tyler Mckusick, with drumming provided by Michael Catalano.

    Paige Watters, reporter, interviewed Lazy Goods.

    One Response to “An interview with Lazy Goods”

    1. l33tlara says:

      oh chad <3

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