Nickname: ha, no thanks
Day: Sunday Food: albacore sushi
Q1. What can you not live without?
A1. The world wide web, working on changing this…
Q2.What movie would you live in for a day? Would you be yourself or another character?
A2. What About Bob. Ide be Leo Marvin but do things very different. Everytime i watch this film i always want matters to unfold differently.
Q3. Favorite part of what you do?
A3. Harnessing The energy in a good crowd
Q4.If you were a cereal, which one would you be?
A4. Lucky Charms
Q5. One wish, what would it be?
A5. Teleport to any place on earth
Q6. Are you superstitious?
A6. Yes but I’m trying not to be
A7. A messy bedroom
Q8. Whats your vice?
A8. Absent minded, always losing my things
Q9. Best compliment ever received?
A9. Best compliments are genuine ones regarding any aspect of my music making. There’s been some very good ones sent from all over this globe. Thank you!
Q10. Have you ever stolen a library book?
A10. Goodness no. But I have lost my fair share in the past. Had to pay 100 dollars in fines for lost and late books more than once … The library loves me
See this amazing band at Silverlake Lounge Tonight!!!
And be So Many Wizards friend
*UPDATE 12/2/12- Three years later I am still a huge fan of So Many Wizards and now all of its talented members. When I first saw Nima play the Silverlake Lounge, the same night this post was originally published. It was him on stage with programmed television sets that played disjointed scenes from old movies. With his friend assisting on guitar or pull string toy for a few tunes. So Many Wizards was Nima’s inspired music invention which has grown from televised band mates to live flesh rocking out on stage. I’ve loved watching the band grow and evolve into one of LA’s favorite local bands. From rowdy mosh pits in Pasadena to packed shows during their Echo residency, SMW has garnered an international fan base, thousands of followers, and rave write ups online and on the gloss (glossy paper that is- printed press). Well deserved, hard earned, and a pleasure to all who has enjoyed their music. p.s. Did I forget to mention Lou Reed has called him up regarding the song Nico, I don’t know the details but apparently it was played on a radio show. Although I do think I heard this story for the first time when we were chatting at Spaceland, and yes it was still called Spaceland then….or I think it was.