The silliest interview with Michael Lowman. Ever!

2014-04-21 09:00


In the second part of our chat with local singer songwriter Michael Lowman it gets crazy talking about crayons, zombies and being a Kardashian.

Your new album is entitled Crayon Boxes. If you were any crayon in the box which would it be?

I would be an odd ball colour that you really wouldn’t care to try but the moment you do it surprises you because it’s just stunning on paper and you want to use it over and over again.

Would you stay in your box?

No! I would totally roll around, under the couch and into a cigar box. Because you would love me so much you would be looking for me everywhere and I’d just be there, in the cigar box, having a good time.

I take it you a big cigar fan then?

I’m a huge cigar fan. I love Cuban cigars, Dominican cigars and single malt scotch.

If you had to be a cigar smoking zombie or a scotch drinking vampire, which would it be?

Vampire! No doubt, but not those wimpy twilight ones that sparkle in the sun. The real ones like in true blood. I would wear a suit and walk around looking good.

We have to ask, Flappy Birds or Candy Crush?

Candy Crush! I love that game. I used to laugh at people who were addicted to it but I downloaded it and played it and I got absolutely hooked. It’s worse than crack! I got to level 124.

Your music was used in an episode of Kourtney and Khloe take Miami. Which Kardashian would you rather be? Kourtney or Khloe?

Khloe! She’s the one with more meat on her bones right? She doesn’t have kids which is ideal because I hear it all falls apart when you have kids. Which might not be true, but that’s what I’ve heard.

Final question, for world peace, do you have a happy dance?

I do have a happy dance! It involves my shoulders moving up and down violently, my index finger pushing out to the sky on some pulp fiction vibe, my nipples pointing outward, and my feet dead still! I’m doing it right now to make sure I’m doing it right.


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