21
Jan
05

le punque rocque

in the latest issue of the voluminous print mag the big takeover, tbt’s jack rabid gets an interview with john kezdy of the effigies. this original chicago punk-era institution reunited a couple of times in 2004 and is working on their first new record in a decade and a half.

embodying the resolutely intellectual approach to rock music and its subject matter that characterized lots of chicago punk from the original era, singer kezdy name-checked albert camus and uttered his quote: “of modern man, they will say: he fornicated and read the papers.”

at least the fornication continues.

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