Sep 5, 2011

Station Agents - Garage/Hard Rock, London, UK (ArenaCast E86)

About: Station Agents - a Garage/Hard Rock band from London,UK

"A young rock band from London, formed in the spring of 2011, inspired by the simmering sun rising from the ashes of a long dull winter. As the sun increased in intensity so did Station Agents, creating song after song of sonic sublimity. With this necromancy now realised in the form of an audio recording, there will be no limit upon the magic spun by Station Agents. Prepare to be charmed as the music will follow you everywhere, and whether you like it or not we'll shove it right up your big society until there's nothing to do but rock out."

1). What is the most exotic/extraordinary place you have ever performed at?
Craig: At a rave in a barn near Beaulieu
Will: I played a couple of gigs in Norway with a previous band...we weren't very good and I'm still slightly traumatised by the experience.

2). When you are 70 – how do you see your life?
Craig: Much as I do now - flying past like a locomotive
Will: I hope to be some cool old guy, still playing the drums, wearing a sharp suit, off my nut on Horlicks.

3). If you could talk to any of the rock-stars, dead or alive, whom would you talk to and what would you ask?
Craig: Phil Lynott and I'd ask him to come back.
Will: I'd go and see Phil Lynott after Craig's visit and ask him not to come back, just to be annoying. Ha ha!

4). What countries and cities would you like to visit the most during the tour?
Craig: The Czech Republic because I love it and it's in my soul. On top of that - The States and Japan
Will: Norway. My therapist says it's the only way I'll ever be fixed.

5). Which famous band/artist you would be glad to share the stage with?
Craig: Motorhead and INXS most definitely. But anybody else who we respect and who respects us.
Will: Jarvis Cocker. He's quite a slim chap so that leaves more room for me.

Listen to: Station Agents - Hallowed be Thy Middle Name



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