Freshkills, who broke up earlier this year, released three albums. Lead singer Zachary Lipez talks to The Talkhouse about playing in a band that “no one likes.”
“I was in a band for nine years. We put out three records, two of them financially backed by small labels. We sold, approximately, a thousand copies between all three. We never got reviewed by Pitchfork or Spin. We went through four bassists. Eventually we had more ex-bassists than audience members. Then we broke up.”
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