Seeing so many bands come and go, what is their major downfall that you have avoided?
Randy: I don’t know if we’ve avoided downfalls, I can think of some pretty low moments in Massappeal’s history. We did break up once remember. The Dwarf: Is the DIY approach your approach? Randy: Our new LP was recorded by our friend Jamie Fonti on a very old Mac in a warehouse run by nutters. It costs us a few Turkish pizza’s, some taxi fares, and our time. It’s our most DIY to date. The Dwarf: What do you enjoy most about being in Massappeal? Randy: Just losing it. Giving it everything for that 45 minutes on stage. Being thoughtless, animalistic, having fun and hoping others enjoy it too. TheDwarf: Kolliope is such a different direction to Massappeal, what led you down this path? Randy: Massappeal started playing around with loops and stuff when we were recording The Mechanic. During one of the recording sessions for The Mechanic I skated from the recording studio to the Sydney Entertainment Centre to see Frank Sinatra. Around this time I was also seeing Australian bands like The Lab