quinta-feira, 29 de agosto de 2013

Take Me To The Other Side with 3AM - An Interview

Diretamente do Peru com conexão na Dinamarca via o selo Levitation Records, o debut do 3AM simplesmente chega como um murro bem forte no meio da cara, com o sugestivo nome de Ufo Blues Tapes o disquinho soa como um album perdido do Spacemen 3 ou do Loop ou melhor a fusão de ambos, e vejam bem, isso é algo a se comemorar, porque o 3AM não só presta reverência mas também agride os tímpanos por seus próprios méritos.

Encharcado de distorção e repetição tal qual os mestres ensinaram, o 3AM vai um pouquinho mais fundo, evocando Hawkwind e ai meus amigos, é fritação em níveis altíssimos.

Obviamente que o disquinho virou predileto aqui no TBTCI e recomendo aos fanáticos das chapações em geral.

Pegue sua bebida predileta, coloque em alto e bom som o Ufo Blues Tapes e veja o que o 3AM tem a nos contar.

***** Interview with 3AM *****

Q. When did 3AM starts, tell us about the history...
3AM started a year ago, about a week before went on tour with my other band La Ira de Dios, so the weekend before the tour I recorded this Ufo Blues Tapes and did a raw mix, and leave it there. This year, in january i started to mix it and in april we did our first show in Lima. Right now I'm touring north Europe

Q: Who are your influences?
Suicide, The Stooges, Joy Division, Hawkwind, Kraftwerk, Johnny Cash and tons of 60s garage punks

Q. Made a list of 5 albuns of all time…
In no particular order...
MC5 - Kick out the Jams
Klaus Schulze - Cyborg
Xmal Deutschland - Fetish
Loop - Fade Out
Ash Ra Tempel - S/T

Q. How do you fell playing live?
It's really awesome...enjoy it a lot, and like I said, right now im answering from the road, I'm in Copenhagen in a freeday of the tour. We had 10 shows already and there's 3 more to go to finish this tour and had been an incredible experience.

Q. How do you describe 3AM sounds?
like I said before, it's like Alan Vega and Martin Rev meet Ron Asheton of a very hard-drinking binge, strung out on drugs and deciding to play some Joy Division covers. It’s drone haunted rock’n'roll

Q: Tell us about the process of recording the debut?
Was very relax and with no budget. I recorded with the help of a friend as sound engineer and we recorded the guitars layers in his bedroom and then the vocals at my kitchen, took us a weekend to do it all. The mixing process we did in 4 sessions and that's it. Was a very easy going production.

Q. Which new bands do you recommended?
from Peru, i would say Bang Bang Band Girl, Los Entierros, Gritalobos, Liquidarlo Celuloide...internationally, The Road to Suicide, The Hedgehogs, Narcosatanicos, ET Tumason.

Q: Which bands you love to made a cover version?
In our live shows we do Joy Division's Interzone...would love to do some Siouxie and the Banshees, Malaria!, Link Wray. Stuff like that

Q: What´s the plans for future....
Keep on droning

Q: Any parting words?
Thanks for the interview and support and get the vynil, see ya all
Thanks Chino!!!!!!