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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

John Pugh is not exactly making sex party music

Posted By on Wed, Sep 3, 2008 at 11:07 AM

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Free Blood

Little Rock native John Pugh is in the latest New York magazine for his post-!!! project, Free Blood.

The magazine bit is simply this...

A lot of people are calling Free Blood “sex party music.” True or false?
PUGH: Oh my God.
DAVY: I think it’s much more awkward than that.
PUGH: Way more awkward. There’s definitely a party aspect and probably a sex aspect as well, but I would say it’s more like an awkward, falling-over-the-place, breaking furniture kind of sex.

...but the magazine's culture blog, Vulture, has some follow-ups, including a part about recording an electronic dance record without electronic instruments.

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