If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would it be?
MS: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band."
EF: Mississippi John Hurt's "Last Sessions." The rest of my life would be bluesy and pretty chill overall.
Favorite song to privately dance/rock out to?
MS: "If I Can't" by 50 Cent or maybe "If He Should Ever Leave You" by Tom Jones.
EF:Anything by Creedence.
If you were in a band, what would it be called and what kind of music would you play?
MS: Mac Family Band, and it would only play covers of hip hop favorites. Or, "Wreck 'n' Roll" if it were a metal band.
EF: Crazy Expectations. We would play weird blues/rock fusion sort of stuff. And metal, of course.
Theme song during Ivies?
MS: "Mary Jane" by Rick James.
EF: "Send Me On My Way" by Rusted Root is sure to get every party started.
If you could meet any musician, dead or alive, who would it be and why?
MS: Simone Simons from "Epica," because she's a total babe.
EF: Jesus, assuming he was a musician. Same reason.
Best new music you've heard lately?
MS: "Read a Book" by Bomani "D'mite" Armah. It's not that new, but it's both funny and a good satire of everything wrong with modern hip-hop/rap.
EF: Jason Schwartzman's "Drummer," because it really gets to the point.
If you could time travel back to any musical period, where would you go and why?
MS: The Psychedelic era, man. For obvious reasons. But also, psychedelic rock paved the way for hard rock and then metal. Perfect.
EF: The Baroque because it would Ba-ROCK!
Bands/musicans who have most influenced your musical taste?
MS: Lordi and Nightwish for one half, Dr. Dre and Kanye West (strictly "College Dropout") for the other.
EF: Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Paul Simon.
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-Compiled by Carolyn Williams