Interview with Les Touffes Kretiennes
Interview with Les Touffes Kretiennes at Rock Cafe
This is one of those bands that just whips the hippopotamus' ass with a belt. They have about fourteen people on stage who constantly run around switching places. Tuba, three trombones, bass and alto saxaphones, a trumpet, guitar, two drummers without shirts, slide whistle, theramin.
Here's what you need to do:
1. get rich
2. get married
3. invite Les Touffes Kretiennes to play at your wedding so that
4. you can give them lots of money
Alright enough of that, words fail me. Here are their thoughts on matters of critical importance. I'll put their links first so you can get some audio happening. Would I leave my dear reader in the dark and lonely silence? How now!
17. What are your other projects?
Metallica (not kidding but keep it down)
AC/DC (now I think they're kidding)
18. Where can we contact you?
13. Where does fear of the unknown come from?
it comes from behind you
from peoples' need to be secure
from the need to say what is the distance to things
from falling down into a black hole
from physically being "in the shit"
14. Are human beings a science experiment made by aliens?
yes for sure, from dolphins
If God does not exist, then it's possible.
Mosquitos make a great plan to raise humans and watch them and suck them. But we like to be sucked so it's great.
11. If you could eat only one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
rougaille sausage with spicy sauce, rice and beans.. it comes from a volcanic island in the Indian Ocean near Mauritius
9. What music are you listening to these days?
Guns N Roses
Maison des Gens Clandestino
10. What's the tallest thing you ever jumped off of?
a bridge in Bosnia on L'Adrina
from an apartment of three stories
from my bed
in French, "jump" means to have sex!!! (sauter)
7. Where are you going?
5. If you could be an animal, what would you be?
a bonabo monkey from Africa who fucks all day long
What is the difference between a woman and a crocodile? After it eats you a crocodile goes to sleep and don't criticise
6. Where do you come from?
le 49 - district
3. What was the sexiest war?
La Guerre de Feu (a film)
2. What music were your parents listening to when they made you?
31. Do you dream in color?
32. Who's your favorite MC?
Ol' Dirty Bastard
29. What did you eat for lunch?
30. Do you have any questions for me?
What are you doing in Prague? (writing this interview)
27. God? Yes or No.
god no, dog yes
the god, you choose everything
28. What is the purpose of life on earth?
to meet people and eat them
listen to jazz
pissing on bastards
25. What's the most lunatic thing you ever ate in your life?
macaroon with liver of fish
a triangle sandwich from a plastic box on the highway, all the same taste
23. What do you see when you close your eyes?
breast of the woman I love
breast of the woman he loves
24. What's on the back side of the moon?
teknival techno party
la nuit (night)
the asshole of the moon
27. Which one of you is the best cook?
Conik (sax player)
steak a la lyonaiise, onions and sugar carmelized together with some wine and the fat of the steak
19. Do you have a helicopter?
No. We had one but I was drunk and I broke it
20. Do you have regular jobs?
music is everything
90% road travel
15. Do you mind if we ask you a few questions?
I think so
Here are some links to video clips from the show. The mic on my camera got all blown out because it was so loud, but you'll get the vibe at least.
Some of our questions were prepared in advance, some improvised.
Maybe it was because the band was eating as I interviewed them, but..
they sure talk about food a lot. And sex.
Now I'm hungry. Thank god it's taco thursday...
Photo credits for the three good pictures go to David Huitric
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