Buckler, Ethan

Date:
2016-10-23
Interviewer:
Nold, Chip
Transcription available:
no
Series:
Louisville Underground Music Archive Oral Histories
Series ID:
2016_133
Interview Number(s):
2016_133_3
Summary:
Buckler discusses his early punk bands Generic Reality and Dot 39 and the impact of hearing local hardcore band Malignant Growth/Fadin' Out. His next band was Slint. He describes how his disagreement over the production of the first Slint album led to his leaving the band and forming King Kong. He describes visiting West End blues clubs and taking lessons from blues musician Smoketown Red. He also talked about several recent music videos he's produced.
Topic(s):
Punk rock music--Kentucky--Louisville