INTERVIEW: BONES IN BUTTER
P: Cru cru , super nice to have the chance to chat with you! What first got you into music?
Milutin: Thank you for having me and to answer your first question:
That was my parents. As long as I can remember I was surrounded by music. On the one hand, mostly
American jazz, traditional pop and swing like Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong and Dean Martin and, on
the other hand, Russian and French classical music such as Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky and Debussy. Once I
was old enough, I switched to the Beatles and Suzy Quatro
P: Damn, so many influences. I think u did great by switiching, but you left a few legends behind... Is
Debussy better than Bach?
Milutin: Ha ha, funny question but you do know that this one can’t be answered? The only thing that is
important to know is that the first one wouldn’t exist without the other one and that modern music as
we know today wouldn’t exist without the two.
P: Can you tell us a cringe memory of yours?
Milutin: There have been a lot… Probably when I walked into the squeaky-clean glass door of a venue
my band mates and I wanted to play at. Luckily, nothing broke but it hurt like hell, and there were a lot
of girls I wanted to impress. Right there I just wanted to crawl under a rock and die…
P: What’s your favorite food?
Milutin: Anything Italian except snails.
P: Will you tell us something embarassing about you?
Milutin: Yeah, of course, I like to pick my nose when no-one’s watching.
P: What’s the best decade for music?
Milutin: That is hands down the seventies. In this decade Rock’n’Roll started getting classy and
sophisticated which, in turn, generated a counterculture: the punk movement. This was an immensely
creative and fruitful time.
P: What’s your favorite 50’s artist?
Milutin: Oh, that one is difficult as I am not too familiar with this period - but I’ll go for Eddie Cochran.
P: What’s the best advice you ever gave?
Milutin: As we live in a time of media and information overkill as well as simultaneous arbitrary
censorship, I’d say believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see.
P: How is your musosoup experience going?
Milutin: Swell... I must admit that Musosoup is my favorite internet platform for independent
P: What’s your favorite 70’s album?
Milutin: That is the Electric Light Orchestra’s “Eldorado” recorded in 1974.
P: Do You agree with the Pigeon?
Milutin: I’d rather eat this piece of paper lying in front of me than disagree
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