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  • 21 June 2021

Ian of Argentine

Tim and Bill head off to Brooklyn to meet with Ian of Argentine, discussing the debacle in Chinatown, gay marriage and, of course, the New York music scene.

Tim: To start off, how did the various parts of the band assemble? What is the story of Argentine?

Ian: Well, it came around primarily through me, you know, here in the city, and uh, I met Nat through other people. We met through an Ad online, like Musicians Board. Then I met Tim Quigley, the drummer. Actually, he just left a few weeks ago.

Bill: He quit?

Ian: Yea, he’s just moving on. He’s just like a full-time working drummer. So we just need somebody a bit more committed so we are auditioning drummers right now. But at the time, he was working outside a computer caf

Tim Rogan, William Wallace
Friday, 07 January 2005
Argentine. In Other Fictions. Pehr Distributed. 2004.

Argentine. In Other Fictions. Pehr Distributed. 2004.

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