If you like _ and _ then you will like Bwani Junction. Fill in the blanks.
Dan Muir (Vocals/Guitar): If you like improvised Japanese Kabuki Theatre and a warm melon on a lonely night then you will like Bwani Junction.
How would you describe your band’s sound in six words? (Forming a coherent sentence is optional…)
‘Tropical Punk Rock with Scottish Overtones’ we’ve been told…
What does the rest of 2011 hold for the band?
Hopefully play at some festivals this summer and more unusual encounters at gigs wouldn’t go amiss. Maybe an album sometime later this year!
We saw you live for the first time a few weeks ago and your song writing is extremely polished for such a young age. What’s the secret?
Brasso and lots of Mr. Sheen.
You’re based in Edinburgh. Is Glasgow the better city for music?
Well our home turf where we started gigging is Sneaky Pete’s in Edinburgh, which always a good ‘un, but King Tut’s has always been a favourite as well. Glasgow has generally got a lot going on though.
You give out unique Bwani Junction themed train tickets at every gig. What’s wrong with bus tickets?
Inferior quality cardboard.
And finally, what’s your favourite type of junction? A box junction? A roundabout perhaps?
Spaghetti. With cheese.