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Way back in November I found for my part at the Casby Awards after party frustrating to entertain with whomever I came across. One being who I chatted with that night was a guy named London Spicoluk, from the band Closet Monster. At that time I haven't heard of them but I remembered his name and check out their band out of interest.

After looking in them and their music I realized that much like many other Canadian band they were great, and were buried from me until now. Exploding all over with their biased views and e-mail put into punk, London shares a barely about what him and Closet Monster are all about.

F: Being on the road you doubtless go because of many altered experiences. What is one of your most memorable? Or where is your conclusive favourite place to play?

L: My most memorable flash on tour was staying up until sunrise at a Provincial Park in Saskatchewan called Saskatchewan Landing. It kinda changed my perception on life and I can't certainly clarify how - sheer natural beauty.

My favourite place to play would be the Leon Cavallo squat in Milan, Italy. We wrote "Mamma Anti Fascito" about that place and the citizens we met there.

F: Is there everything explicitly about Toronto that you like when you come and play a show?

L: Links and breed and air like we are where we belong. Shows in T. O. are more like parties than no matter which else.

F: Look back in 1997 when the band formed, what visions did you have then?

L: We just sought after to play music for the rest of our lives and never grow up. Kindo like Peter Pan in a way, conclusion our own Neverland, eternal youth and hope.

F: What have you educated about the music business over the past eight years?

L: That it is a dirty disgusting place that turns art into commerce, but alas is de rigueur when probing for your Neverland, and in need to carry on doing what you love and subsisting/surviving.

F: Your fan base has lingering deeply and you are consideration more and more about Closet Monster , how do you feel about it all?

L: We are excited but dont actually be au fait with the depth of it cause we are stuck in the central point of it and ad infinitum try to keep our head down and move forward.

F: What drives you to get up every day and do what you gotta do?

L: Fear of failure, the delicateness of my freedom, passion towards what I do, the hope of a beat tomorrow, my mom, my bands, my ceaseless love of music.

F: Other than the bass do you play whatever thing else?

L: Piano, guitar, ocarina, and video games

F: Do you have any exclusive talents other than your music capability you'd like to share;)?

L: I make a mean vegan chili, I'm great in bed, and I have dead sexy ninja skills.

Other than wishing you had some of London's chili, take some time and check out no matter which from their 4 albums, their most hot best circulate being "We Rebuilt This City. " The next album is in the works so hold tight. After on tour to just about 15 altered countries they are back home and will on tour about this summer in Canada. You can also find Closet Monster in North Bay with Mississauga boys Billy Talent. For minutiae on that go hit up our measures calendar brusquely or go to www. closetmonster. com. To see who else is part of the Underground Operations team the site is www. undergroundoperations. com, bands like Bombs over Providence, Criminal Life and The Brat Assail are signed on to the autonomous label.

Currently I goto the Academe of Guelph-Humber for Journalism. CTV is where it all started; my stepfather introduced me to many citizens in the business, as he is their armed forces analyst. In add-on my mother, Darlene, is a co-host for the talk show "Daytime," on Rogers Television.

It is my be with year of Academic world and before now I feel I have accomplished a lot. After the scenes, I have erudite tremendously when volunteering for CHEX Small screen in Peterborough and Rogers Small screen in the Simcoe-Grey Region. CTV also took me under their wing for the exceptional 60th Anniversary of D-day in France, and the Shania Twain live at Dundas Agree both functioning as the helper guest coordinator. It was a privilege to work with amazing colonize like Beverly Thompson and Seamus O'Regan.

In the coming I would like to venture into entertainment or sports on tv due to the quantity of passion I have for the two. I am not an contestant or anything, I just love study sports, and music is amazing I could not live without.


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