Time capsules; How long does one need to be sealed for it to be considered a time capsule? Even if it is sealed for a day, doesn't the capsule, in theory, preserve what yesterday was like? This week RMR offers its version of a time capsule interview with the Castanets. Tight lipped and sometimes cryptic Raymond Raposa briefly answered a few questions sent prior to the release of Castanets sophomore album First Lights Freeze. Questions were sent via world wide carrier pigeon in mid-October. Apparently the pigeon got lost both ways and only now does this riveting interview see the light of LCD flat screen monitor.
RMR: Hey Ray, how are you doing?
RMR: How is your fall going?
RMR: I see that you have a tour coming up in mid November and your first ever European tour. Are you excited?
RMR: Do you enjoy "life on the road"?
RMR: Who's in the band's live configuration?
RMR: On First Light's Freeze the production seems to be crisper. Did you make any changes production-wise since Cathedral? Any other changes made recording-wise since your first album?
RMR: Can you describe your song writing process? What inspires you creatively?
RMR: What are some bands around now that you really admire?
Favorite time to record?
Chili or black pepper?
Break or ballroom dancing?
French toast or pancakes?
Favorite kind of chair?
Video game or physical activity?
Police Academy 3 or Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith?
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