Will Eno | Oberon Books

Will Eno | Oberon Books

Not Being Deliberately Enigmatic: Guardian Interview August 2014

Will Eno, interviewed by Mrs. Patricia Mulgraw, Selected Shorts

The interview, which was conducted by Mrs. Patricia Mulgraw at her home on Long Island, begins at the 18:00 minute mark.

Pavement: The Return of the Heavily-Favored Underdogs

Stylistically speaking, in terms of clothing, they arrived in shirts and pants and shoes (there’s really no other way to say it). They had haircuts, but it didn’t really look it. While other bands were mumbling nothing or over-enunciating dreary positions or penny-candy philosophies, Pavement kind of screamed the facts, for a generation. But they did it in a way that was so deeply American that it was almost Scandinavian.

BOMB Magazine Interview by Joe Sola

"At the end of the day, we’re all down from Rochester."

Will Eno | Oberon Books

Will Eno | Oberon Books

Not Being Deliberately Enigmatic: Guardian Interview August 2014

Will Eno, interviewed by Mrs. Patricia Mulgraw, Selected Shorts

The interview, which was conducted by Mrs. Patricia Mulgraw at her home on Long Island, begins at the 18:00 minute mark.

Pavement: The Return of the Heavily-Favored Underdogs

Stylistically speaking, in terms of clothing, they arrived in shirts and pants and shoes (there’s really no other way to say it). They had haircuts, but it didn’t really look it. While other bands were mumbling nothing or over-enunciating dreary positions or penny-candy philosophies, Pavement kind of screamed the facts, for a generation. But they did it in a way that was so deeply American that it was almost Scandinavian.

BOMB Magazine Interview by Joe Sola

"At the end of the day, we’re all down from Rochester."

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