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Saturday, November 8, 2008

Roll Call: Sam Fogarino

click to enlarge Adam Franklin & Sam Fogarino (right). Photo by Christy Bush
  • Adam Franklin & Sam Fogarino (right). Photo by Christy Bush

For today's installment of Roll Call we call out Sam Fogarino, the enigmatic drummer behind Interpol and his new group, Magnetic Morning. The latter group is a more recent collaboration between Fogarino and Swervedriver singer/guitarist Adam Franklin, Jimmy LaValle (the Album Leaf), FA Blasco and Josh Stoddard. Their debut full-length, A.M., balances spaced-out quietude with deep dark resonance. At the heart of it all is a shared admiration for lush pop tones that pushed to the brink of sensory overload before reeling back in for a dose of slow motion melancholy.

Who are you?

Sam Fogarino - Musician of sorts

Describe yourself in three words.

Paranoid, honest, friendly.

Who — dead or alive — would most you like to meet?

Joe Strummer

Who would you most like to slap in the face?

No violence of any kind is acceptale to me, however, I'd like to give George W. a farewell flip-off...

What song do you wish you had written?

Too many to list... 90% of the Pixies catalog!

Elvis Costello or Elvis Presley?

Steve Albini

LP, CD or MP3?

LP

If you could start one trend, what would it be?

A trend to end all trends.

If you could end one trend, what would it be?

Skinny, tight, jeans worn at mid-ass crack.

With whom would you most like to play a game of spin the bottle?

Our new First Lady, Michelle Obama.

Go to myspace.com/magneticmorning to hear song from Magnetic Morning's new album, A.M.

Magnetic Morning plays The Earl Mon., Nov. 10. Sleep Therapy and Creepy open. $10. 9 p.m. The Earl, 488 Flat Shoals Road. 404-522-3950. www.badearl.com.

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