INTERVIEW by JASON MALLORY
SM: Given that music is a collection of patterns, and man is a collection of patterns, what separates man from music?
SM: Please recommend a phrase to speak aloud moments before shuffling off the mortal coil.
son of the sun
friend of the wind
life of the womb
reborn once again
SM: What is something you know to be true?
SW: God is a DJ.
SM: What would we know if we didn’t know trouble?
SW: Ourselves, a little bit better.
SM: In the middle of the interview, an anecdote is requested.
SW: First time I went to
SM: What is your first reaction to the sight of a man who looks nearly identical to you?
SW: I put whatever money I have into his cup.
SM: Please describe an impressionable moment from childhood.
SW: When, the 80’s group, the Thompson Twins told me I was an incredible breakdancer.
SM: If the street you live on could speak, what would the people who walk it know after hearing it?
SW: They’re lucky to be alive.
SM: How do you plan on celebrating your 100th birthday?
SW: It’s gonna be real dirty.
SM: What was the first thing you thought to yourself on waking up this morning?
SW: The future’s mistress is history’s whore.
[This interview first appeared in Scene Missing Magazine on January 27, 2005. Permission to reprint was granted by Jason Mallory.]