Kids on TV spread the love for Wavelength
Do you have any fond memories of the last decade of Wavelength series?
Wolf: I played there with my other act called Just Like The Movies when I was just starting, and the audience was very supportive and encouraging which inspired me. I also had fun hosting the show a couple of times wearing crazy outfits and improvising songs for the peoples with Doc Pickles as my comedic inspiration – and Jonny Dovercourt as my awesomeness inspiration.
Caffery: I remember the second time KOTV performed Wavelength, we had Maggie Macdonald as a special guest and she was delivered to the stage in a giant cardboard box. The song began and she ripped out of the box, grabbed the mic and started to freestyle. It was awesome.
What will you do on Sundays without a Wavelength gig?
Wolf: Eat a lot of chocolate to ease the pain. Get hyper … Play old punk records… Think about writing songs … Actually write songs. .. Feel sad that Wavelength isn’t around … Hope that there are some other cool regular events that start up… Try to play them … Play them … Eat more chocolate.
What can we expect of your Wavelength 500 finale gig the Garrison Sunday?
Wolf: Someone might be dressed in a wicked Liberace costumes. We will definitely have super-amazing visuals for our songs. We will dig back to some old school KOTV. We will show off our flashy new stuff. WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO PLAY THIS SHOW AND YOU MAY NOTICE THIS DURING OUR SET!
To give you an idea of just how excitable KOTV can be, check out this short film Game On.
Wolf says the creative vision for the super-8-made video was “to show each member of the band in some sort of challenge against their lover. The reward for all participants was some kind of sexy food representing a sexual release. It was actually hard to breath for a second when that crazy whip cream was in my face. Oh the sacrifices for movies.”
Warning: very sexual material
- Marsha Casselman