Arvo Zylo: “I Was No Longer Interested In Anything Commercially Viable”
This is my phone interview with Arvo Zylo, conducted on 11 January 2018.
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Blood Rhythms live vs. recordings, object permanence & death, the inner lives of cats, Assembly LP, aesthetic choices, Art School experiences, realizing that popular culture is garbage, Aadams Family & the Munsters, being aware of time, the economics and scheduling of making LPs, 333 and working with Yasutoshi Yoshida and Jason Ogawa, media formats, Sequencer Works on Personal Archives, Bob Bucko Jr., discovering music, touring and playing live, No Part of It Records, insomnia, making art until it is finished, radio, Halloween Records, recording with Blake DeGraw (FHTAGN), Chicago vs Seattle, traveling and crossing borders.
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