The Rocks Off 200

The Rocks Off 200: Gunnar Cushway, Insko's Feel-Good Utilityman

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Five Desert Island Discs:

  • John Lennon, John Lennon
  • Arcade Fire, Reflektor
  • Daft Punk, Random Access Memories
  • The Unicorns, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?
  • Animal Collective, Merriweather Post Pavillion

Best Show You've Ever Seen: "Explosions in the Sky at FPSF the first year [2009]," Cashway reflects. "Their set coupled with the sun setting over that perfect view of the Houston skyline from the natural amphitheatre was just immaculate."

First Song You Fell In Love With: Beck, "Loser" -- "As a little kid I referred to it as 'The Monkey Song' and would ask my parents to play it every time I got in the car," says Cushway.

Jef has a new story, a tale of headless strippers and The Rolling Stones, available now in Broken Mirrors, Fractured Minds. You can also connect with him on Facebook.

See the rest of the Rocks Off 200 and a link to the Rocks Off 100 on the next page.



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