“The cool people always complain that all the assholes are coming to our nights. I say, what do you want? Try to coexist. Ultimately, you should be inspired by assholes engaging in non-asshole behavior. And those guys—the ones with hair gel and graphic-print t-shirts—are the ones who come up afterward and ask about songs.”
—Andy Noble, on his obscure soul and funk d.j. sets in Milwaukee. New Yorker, June 14 & 21 issue, page 54.