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Put Your Records On : Nat Vazer

Jeb Taylor

Nat Vazer will be dropping by Music Farmers this Sunday to play an instore show at 3pm to launch the album 'Strange Adrenaline' out this Friday. Nat answered the Put Your Records On questions below.

Your first album. 

My first CD was a birthday present from my uncle and it was The Spice Girls’ first album.  It became my gateway to the pop world.  But the first album I bought for myself was probably The Strokes – Room on Fire.  It became like a soundtrack to my highschool life for a while and has just stuck with me over time.


The album that changed your musical outlook. It can be your most influential, an album that led you down a certain path, any record that had a big and long-lasting impact on you. 

It would have to be Metallica – The Black Album or The Beatles – Abbey Road.  Both those albums led me to the guitar and then I became obsessed with writing guitar riffs all the time.


An album that you love but is not as widely known as it should be.

Death Cab For Cutie – The Photo Album.  There’s a whole world in that album I just instantly connected with when I first discovered it.  And the song ‘A Movie Script Ending’ changed the way I thought about songwriting and opened up a lot of new possibilities in my head.

The record that drew you in with its visuals. It can be the cover art, a press pic of the band that made you take notice, ect.

The Velvet Underground & Nico.  The Andy Warhol banana piqued my interest and the band always had such a cool look in those black & white photos.  Lou Reed’s press shots always looked so effortless.  Plus the album is just one of my fave classics.

The album you are currently loving the most at the moment.

At this very moment….?  BoyGenius – The Record.

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