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Innominado Newsletter Interview

29 Nov 2005 // An interview by Shade
Which NZ artist/band do you think will be a huge international success one day?

Jamie: Huge international success?? thats a big call could be anyone, personally I think there is some quite good nz bands at the moment that should be more successful rangeing like - Die! Die! Die!, Mint Chicks, The Fanatics, Kora etc

Warwick: Autozamm have potential, but realistically, if Shihad can't do it, can anyone? DJs are the only hope now for international success.

Who would you most like to tour with?

Jamie: Dreaming would be something like Qotsa/Foo Fighters/SoundGarden, but really any good band, it would be awesome to tour anyway.

Warwick: Someone who wants to tour with us.

What is your most embarrassing concert moment?

Jamie: Twisting my ankle while falling off a drum riser just before we started playing, thankfully no one noticed ;)

Warwick: don't have one

What are you planning on doing during the next year?

Jamie: More band gigs & hopefully some recordings

Warwick: composing a one movement symphonic poem/overture, or something like that. Band will do more gigs I guess

How did you come up with the name Innominado?

Jamie: Warwick & Adam came up with it before I joined.

Warwick: A visit to the streets of Almondegas gave us something we didn't have before - a name.

What is in your CD collection at home?

Jamie: Foo Fighters, Qotsa, Kyuss, Nirvana, RHCP, Metallica, SoundGarden, Mars Volta, Shihad, Mint Chicks, Die! Die! Die!, Janes Addiction, Led Zeppelin, Melissa Auf Der Maur, RadioHead, System Of Down, Smashing Pumpkins

Warwick: Mozart, Delius, Prokofiev, Tool, Bad Religion, Led Zeppelin, Kyuss, QOTSA, Tori Amos, Shellac, Izzy Stradlin, Handsome, Feersum Ennjin, Lusk.

What advice would you give other budding musicians/bands?

Jamie: Practise practise practise!! don't follow trends, be yourself. Play as many gigs as possible.

Warwick: Don't hold grudges. Forgive and forget - the music is what its about, not egos.

About Innominado

Music is mostly original hard rock, with the odd cover from Queens Of The Stone Age & Bad Religion.

At the beginning of 2004 A. Fitzgerald and W. Stubbs decided to get a band together to perform at the Nirvana Tribute Gig at local Invercargill venue Tillermans. This wasn’t an easy task, but with Baz T. on bass and E-L Sparks on drums, they managed to knock together three Nirvana songs and three of Stubbs’ originals to play a half hour set that ended on 'Heart Shaped Box' just as most of the audience was beginning to arrive. Luckily, one audience member who saw the whole set, just happened to be a drummer named Jamie Stuck, and was available to replace Sparks when she opted to concentrate on studies instead. The rest of the year saw bass players come and go while only a handful of gigs finished the year off.

2005 saw new hope when auditions began at the start of the study year and Cameron Stevenson was hand picked to play bass. Almost immediately new songs sprang into being and the band became tighter than ever. Many gigs began to come the bands way, including a few in Dunedin (the favourite being with Scurvy Dogs!) as well as supporting Die! Die! Die! on their Invercargill date.

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