DEAD DOG RECORDS PLAY DEAD CULTS SHOP INTERVIEW

I am pretty lucky, I get to go to a lot of live music shows and meet and hang out with some very cool folks. This interview was my pleasure. Steve Yorke and his team at Dead Dog Records are a treat to work with and their shops are truly great. The first Shop at  1209 Bloor St W, and now also at 1696 Queen St W. Then there is Stu / Stu Dead / Play Dead Cult Leader / APE Member / / / I Could put quite a few more slashes but I am sure you get the point. Stu is a multi-dimensional artist. Hard to believe there is all the creativity under that great head of hair.

Now Stu is amazing behind the scenes but I HAVE TO TELL YOU this interview is to SEEROCKLIVE.com what catching a tiger in the wild in the middle of the night giving birth in Africa is to National Geographic. STU DOES NOT LIKE DOING INTERVIEWS. So savor this because unless you go down to the shop and buy something we don’t know when we will get a chance to see this creature in its natural habitat online again!!!

DEAD DOG RECORD IN THE FRONT | PLAY DEAD CULT SHOP IN THE BACK | APE UNDERGROUND

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