The first time I heard “It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)” was admittedly a bit unorthodox for a Dylan epic — it played during the final episode of the Sopranos. Adolescent Anthony was coming of age and finally beginning to mature, and the track played as he and his love interest were in his car.
Once again, the Brits have beaten us to the punch with the next music craze: meet dubstep. This phenomenon, one that you don’t even know you’ve heard of, began in South London’s underground dance scene almost ten years ago.
Any will girl will tell you “it’s all about playing the game.” In A Game For Girls, director Matteo Rovere showcases the lives of four beautiful, wealthy Italian high school girls and the sinister tricks they play on others.
Street: You were previously known as Leviathan and now you go by Satellite Heights. What is the significance of this name change?
Zach Williamson: We didn’t get enough girls with Leviathan.
Street: Since you’ve done this before, we’re gonna ask you to step it up.
This year for Halloween, instead of being a Catholic schoolgirl or throwing on a Lakers jersey to be Kobe Bryant (or Ms. Walk of Shame) again, why not show everyone how culturally aware (read: pseudo-intellectual) you are?
Street: Would you say your life compares more to The Eagles’ “Life in the Fast Lane” or Mos Def’s “Sex, Love & Money?”
Steve Waye: I’ll go with “Sex, Love & Money.” Because we’re sexy and people love us… and we’re money.
Street: How much do drugs or alcohol influence your sounProxy-Connection: keep-alive
Eric Karlan: Alcohol plays an instrumental role in each of our shows because if the audience isn’t plastered, we don’t sound nearly as good.
Steve: It’s like spinach for Popeye.
Street: At what point in your career do you plan on going to rehab?
Steve: I’ve been in and out many times.
Ben Miller: On the wagon, off the wagon…
Street: If Beethoven were alive what he would say about your music?