HardCoreJaz Interviews No. 01
Ara 5, 2023 // By:analsex // No Comment
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This story was adapted from a chat play between myself and Mark_44.
The noise of the club is dulled outside the little back room as the bar fills the orders for last call. The walls are tagged with graffiti and gig posters. I walk in, all five-foot-three of me, with a wide grin and my phone in one hand and a bottle of Stella in the other. My skin is light brown. The sides of my black hair are shaved quite close, but the wild long tuft on top flops from side to side and into my face, while a small bundle of dreads trails behind. There’s a little silver hoop in my left brow and a stud in the left lobe of my pointy nose. Silver anarchy As dangle from my ears with multiple random studs lining above. Stacks of thin bracelets on my wrists are held up by bangles embossed with skulls and orange eye shadow fades away over my heavily mascarad eyes, the black paint nearly forming angled Nubian parallelograms around my dark brown eyes with pupils wide and glossy, between the whites gleamed vivacious and bright. I’m totally high.
I’m wearing a front knot crop top in black with cold shoulders, partially revealing the barbed wire encircling my upper right arm with a scarlet heart ensnared within. The top wraps over the small round lumps of my breasts and my little black lace bra. I have more ink down the right side of my ribcage, some text in Punjabi. A belt of bold hoops wraps my waist over the tattery black skirt that covers most of my chunky thighs, and the tattoo on the outside of my right one of a sorceress with flowing hair, long dark robes and a confident sneer, with sparkly energy flowing between her outstretched hands. I stand there in clunky black high top platform shoes and take a drink from my beer. “Hey, I’m Jaz,” I say. “Nice to finally meet you in person.”
The person that I’m introducing myself to is Kent Burton, the lead guitar player for the band Crafted. He’s over six feet tall, lean and blonde. His black t-shirt is all sweaty from playing the set and his hair is sticking to his temples. It was a big show at the swanky Sound Room Cabaret here in Seattle, as the Chicago underground blues rockers have several independent albums and a large cult following that always draws wherever they tour. I’ve arranged to interview him for my blog, as I often do with indie bands, but this time will be different. This won’t be pen and paper (although I will transcribe it). I’m going video. It’s something new.
“KB,” he answers, smiling down at me. He offers his hand and I stuff my phone into my bra for a moment to grasp it. “And who are you? Ruby Rose?” he teases and the rest of the band laugh as he pulls the top off a bottle of beer and takes a good swig.
“Cheers,” I say, not at all intimidated but genuinely excited, as I move to clink bottles with him, then the other members in turn. I’ve done my homework and am in fact a rather big fan of the band, so I know all of them by name although I’ve never met them in person. “I’m HardCoreJaz,” I introduce myself. That’s my blog, a take on my own name Jaspreet, or Jaz. “I’ve got over twenty-thousand followers but I don’t think I’m as popular as you guys. Welcome to Seattle, by the way.”
“HardCoreJaz? Seriously?” says Kent. “You were like our first big social media fan! I’ve followed you for a few years now.” We clink bottles again. “Fuck yeah little lady! You’re real as fuck! Honestly it’s a total pleasure to meet you. Take a seat.” Then he grabs two more beers and hands me one. “So what did you think of the set?” he asks.
“Oh, killer set,” I say, my eyes narrowing and my mouth curling into a sly grin as I seat myself and take the beer that he offers. Then I down the last few gulps of my original Stella. “You guys have great sound. Is that your own sound man?” I ask and sip from the new bottle. Then I take my phone out again and check the settings, preparing it to record.
“Who do you think writes the songs?” he replies and I realize that I’ve worded the question ambiguously as I was actually referring to the dude behind the mixing board that I hadn’t recognized. I decide not to bother clarifying as I’m drunk and high and he probably is too and I’ll just confuse the fuck out of myself. “Are you recording this?” he asks.
“Not yet,” I tell him. “Like I mentioned when we emailed, recording a video interview is new for me,” I explain. “So if this goes well then I can branch out in what I do, you know, more than just print words.” I look back up to him, meeting his green eyes. We’re close and I can smell the sweat on his body, the exertion of his adrenaline on stage, the masculine energy still fresh. “So is right here fine? And will it just be you, or the others going to be involved?” I ask before taking another swig.
“Why don’t we find somewhere more private?” Kent suggests. “We’ve got a limo outside. The hotel the venue booked us is only five minutes away,” he says as he looks me over and I get a subtle shiver. “I mean … if you’re comfortable with that.”
“A limo? Haha, wow, high bursa escort rollers,” I laugh. “All right, fuck yeah,” I shrug. “Shit, I’ll have to get my jacket from the coat check, though. Should I just meet you ’round back?”
“Haha, rocker girl,” he laughs with the rest of the band. The other guys seem a bit distant but easy going. “We’ll meet you there,” Kent instructs me.
My eyes linger over my shoulder at him as I leave the room. I don’t take long, five minutes tops, and three of those were spent waiting in line for the coat girl. Of course I had to chug the rest of the beer before I left the building or the bouncers would have turned me into a pretzel, so now I’m wonderfully light headed, half staggering down the alley in my clunky shoes. My silvery satin jacket is cropped and is trimmed in black at the collar cuffs and zipper and I drop my phone into the inside pocket. I need to make sure not to lose it because I’m pretty fucked up. The car is a huge stretch job, so long that I’m not sure how it managed to turn down the alley. My balance is coming back to me as I lean down to the rear passenger window and rap a knuckle on the glass. The door clicks open and KB is there.
“Welcome back, rocker girl,” he greets me playfully and scootches over in the seat, making me some room. Once I climb in and settle next to him, his arm slides around me. “We’re all set! Let’s get going!” Kent announces. I scan the scene. The band is all there and there’s a bunch of other girls as well (hey, if they can all fit!). There’s a blonde, some dyed hair, short skirts and long legs. The shaggy drummer is cozy with a chubby one with big tits in a low scoop velvet top and the handsome chiselled singer has a little Asian pixie in leopard print in his lap. This could end up being some party by the looks of it. “So what are you rebelling against little girl?” Kent teases me. I pull the door shut and the car begins to roll out onto the street.
“Nothin’ at the moment,” I shrug. “Just being who I want.”
“Good answer,” he smiles. “That’s where personality, and more importantly music, is supposed to come from.” He rests his hand on my shoulder for the ride. “So are you a musician too Jaz? Or are you just an admirer?”
“Just an admirer. Big time admirer,” I answer. “I love it all, but really I’m a writer, hence the blog.” He wasn’t kidding. The hotel is close. The car is already slowing and pulling to the curb mid-block. It’s the fuckin’ Fairmont. Crafted lives large.
“Here we are. You ready for your exclusive, little miss reporter?” he teases me again. We spill out onto the sidewalk and there’s a couple of photographers taking our picture as we enter the hotel. “Hope you don’t mind. Not like it’s goin’ anywhere important right?” he says lightly.
“It’s all rock ‘n roll,” I confirm. My step is bouncy, the ecstasy I dropped earlier fuelling me with energy. We walk into the hotel with various followers trailing behind. Then we cross the lobby and cram into the elevator. Kent guides and holds me in front of him, pressing his groin into my back.
“Top floor, left side” he whispers into my ear. He’s hot for me and wants to fool around. I figured so ever since we sat down in the back room of the club, but although I’m game, I’m getting my interview first. I’ve been planning this for weeks and priorities are priorities. “I don’t know if you’re into it, but I’ve got some weed in there if you’re down.”
“Weed? Maybe later,” I shrug. “I’m feeling pretty good.” Weed is for sleeping and I’m in no mood for that. The elevator opens and we pile out into the hall, a rabble of denim leather and many things black. There’s idle chatter and subdued laughter as we make our way down the hallway. Completely forgetting the directions that he whispered to me just a minute previous, I look to him.
“We can just head straight to my room for the interview,” suggests KB as he wraps his arm around my waist and guides me down the hall, away from everybody else. Then he reaches into his pocket for his keycard with his free hand while letting his arm slide down to my ass. “Unless you wanted to hang out with the rest of the guys for a little.”
“No, let’s do this,” I affirm, wavering into him on my feet as he draws me close. I take my phone from my jacket pocket again, wanting to be ready. “We can hang out with the rest later.”
“Fantastic,” he agrees, giving me a hungry predatory look. I figure that I’m going to have to assert myself to make sure that I get the latest 411 on the band before he takes my clothes off. The guitar player opens the door and guides me in. “Did you want a drink or anything?” he offers as he leads me towards the couch. It’s a full suite, and the rest of the band have each their own? I’m left to wonder what their expense account is like as my eyes take it all in, clean beige carpets, ensconced lighting, kitchen and full bar, huge TV screen.
“Drink? Yuh, I’m so down with that,” I say as I remove çanakkale escort my jacket and toss it over the arm of the sofa.
“I’m gonna smoke a little, if that’s okay with you.”
“Smoke away, it’s all good,” I say. Then I find a desk chair from the table and place it a few feet in front of the couch. I open my phone case, which unfolds into a camera stand and place it on the chair. Sitting my butt on the sofa, I aim the camera, it’s screen showing me looking back at me, and I frame up the area where I assume that we would be sitting for the interview. Reasonably satisfied, I sit back, then straighten my top and cross one thigh over the other. Kent returns with a joint and a bottle of whiskey, pours two shots and puts one on front of me.
“Hope that’s okay,” he says. Then he sits down in an armchair perpendicular to the couch and lights the doobie in his mouth, sparking it.
“Ahh perfect,” I say and reach for the whiskey and sip. “Really I feel great right now, the booze is just what I needed.”
“You sure you don’t want any?” he asks after taking a long pull on the joint, but I have other things on my mind. I thought that he was going to be on the couch with me, especially since he’d been spending all that time trying to get cozy. Now I have to reframe.
“Oh, so how should we shoot this?” I ask him. “I thought that we’d be in the frame together. If you wanna sit there I’ll have to move the camera back and take a wider shot, unless …”
“Don’t worry. I’ll just move over next to you,” he laughs casually. Then he downs his shot of whiskey and approaches, sitting down heavily on my right. “Hey out there in the the rebel scene!” he greets the camera. “You’re watching the girl with the number-one music taste in the world,” he proclaims as I make room for him and cross my thighs the other way to face him.
“Haha!” I laugh playfully and clink my glass to his. Then I check the framing in the camera and shuffle slightly so that we are approximately centered. The frame shows us from our knees up. “All right, so are we ready to start?”
“I’ve been ready rocker girl. Let’s get this goin’,” says Kent before taking another long toke. “What have you got for me?” he asks. “And please don’t let it be ‘where do you get your ideas from?’ ‘cuz I’m pretty over that question,” he laughs.
“All right,” I say playfully. Then a thought strikes me and I pull both my legs up onto the sofa and fold them beneath me to the side. My arm rests on Kent’s near left shoulder. I turn my head to the camera.
So it all gets posted to my blog (although I need to set up a members only section for viewing it). Entering the password and hitting play, the video interview goes like this.
The video fades up from black to see us together on the couch, him on the left of the screen and myself on the right. I look thoroughly high. You can see it in my glossy eyes and flushed cheeks. Kent is a bit rough, his hair not quite in place, his sweaty shirt drying with damp patches still under his arms and what’s left of his joint between his fingers. Graphic titles in silver and black appear beneath us with our names while I announce the intro: “KENT BURTON – Crafted / HardCoreJaz”.
“Hey everyone. HardCoreJaz here at the hotel room after the Crafted show at the Sound Room Cabaret tonight with lead guitar player Kent Burton. Show was packed tonight as expected and they did not disappoint. Great band, great songs, great sound,” I introduce him. Then I turn to him and ask, “So Kent, wanna say hi?” as I wave playfully to the camera.
“Such a privilege to finally be here, Jaz,” he smiles. “We were talking earlier, you know I’ve been a fan for a long time now!” He slides his hand casually around my shoulders again as he speaks. “So you’ve got some questions for me tonight?” he turns to me and asks. “Nothing too hard I hope.”
“Hah,” I laugh and settle into his embrace. “I guess I’ll start with the whole thing about the band’s name. Lots of talk out there amongst the fans that ‘Crafted’ is a reference to craft beer, or the art thereof, and that you guys approach your music in the same way. Truth or lies?”
“Haha, good question” he responds. “To answer it, you’ll have to go back to where those two references came from. It’s about time and effort. Love and passion for what we do.” On the last sentence, he looks right into my eyes. “Love and passion. That’s what it’s about.”
“And it shows,” I say and take another sip from my whiskey. “You guys have, or rather are,” I stumble on my words for a moment (I’m high), then continue, “are regarded as one of the top underground guitar bands around and you have a huge following. How important are your fans to what you do?” Kent gives me another glance, then at the camera and looks around the room before answering.
“Oh god, I know I speak for the whole band when I say they’re everything to us. That’s not just a cliché, they’re the reason we keep rize escort doing what we do,” he says. Then he gives my shoulder a tender rubbing. “People like you, doing this show, gives us drive and fulfills us,” he elaborates. “Reminds us that people appreciate what we do. Thank you, Jaz,” he pauses, looking at me. “And thank you to everyone out there watching.”
“And your fans love you,” I say before turning back to the camera. “This show has been sold out for weeks, and ‘The Sound’ holds like eight-hundred.” Then I turn back to Kent, unable to hide my admiration. I inhale, pressing my small breast into his elbow. “There’s something special about you guys, that you really have like … no gimmick whatsoever, and I hope that this doesn’t come off wrong, but you’re like one of those bands that the only special thing about you is that you’re just really good at what you do – from the songs to the musicianship and the performance – you know what I mean?” My left hand reaches across to touch his knee.
“That’s exactly what were going for. Truly. I’m glad you see it,” he confirms. Then he glances at the camera and back at me. “Why don’t we pause the interview for a little. Have a little more to drink or something. What do you think?”
“I’m not empty yet,” I say, then raise my glass to the camera and take another drink. “Unless you need more,” I laugh. “It’s rock ‘n roll,” I smile. I’m not letting this derail.
“That’s my rocker girl,” he laughs, then gets up to fetch the bottle again and refills us. “Cheers to new friends, and a loved fan,” he says, clearly drunk. We clink glasses.
“Cheers” I reciprocate, and resettle myself as he retakes his seat. “I must say that this is the coziest interview that I’ve ever done, hah,” I remark as his hand rests on my leg.
“You and me both, beautiful girl,” says Kent. “So what else do you have for me?”
“I could go all night,” I wink, then sip again. “The band’s sound is guitar rock with a punk edge, but there is a definite bluesiness in some of the songs, almost like old Zen Guerilla records. Given Chicago’s history as a major indie punk scene and long before also a blues town, how much of your home town influences your sound, or is it more just coincidence?”
“You’ve got a great ear,” he praises as his hand slides up my leg. “I’ve always felt like tradition is important, but you don’t want to obsess with it. So I’ve always just tried to take the logical next step.” By the time he finishes answering, his fingers are under the hem of my skirt gracing my inner thigh. Meanwhile my eyes are drawn into his. I inhale again, crushing my breast into his elbow once more and moisten my lips for his kiss. He leans in. “Do you have anything else?” he whispers as his other hand reaches around my back and pulls me closer, staring into my eyes.
“Lots more,” I grin mischievously. Then since he left my lips unkissed, I nip at his and blush sinfully. He presses his mouth against mine passionately, pulling me into him with both hands. “Oh God, Jaz. You’re incredible. I want you,” he moans. My mouth opens wide for his tongue. He invades and I kiss back, my one arm around his neck while my other holds my drink out and away towards the camera, trying not to spill. When our lips part with a smack I demure.
“Aww, thank you,” I blush. Then I down the rest of my drink and put the empty on the chair next to the phone. As I reset myself, I part my thighs somewhat, to let some of the damp heat escape, and continue with the questions.
“A band as popular as you and No CDs. Tell us about your devotion to vinyl only,” I remark with a wink. Then I drape my now free arm across his chest to his far shoulder as I hang on his answer. Before he does, he pulls me in for another kiss.
“It’s no secret … vinyl is the only pure way to listen to music …” he starts, his answer coming out in chunks between lapping gasps of kisses, each of which I indulge in. “CDs are for sellouts, Jaz … You know that.” Then he smiles down at me and makes a naughty request. “Please let your next question be ‘what’s my favorite position to fuck in’.” I gaze up at him adoringly for a silent pause.
“What’s your favorite position to fuck in?” I finally ask softly.
“Doggie,” he states decisively. “I want you on all fours,” says Kent hungrily. “What’s it gonna take baby?” He kisses my neck gives my ass a squeeze.
“Like … right now?” I grin. Then I glance back at the camera, my breath quickening. It’s obvious how heated I am. “Maybe,” I say softly, playfully.
“Right … now …” he whispers into my ear, nibbling on my lobe.
“Hmm,” I smile as his breath tickles my ear.
“You’ve got me so fucking hard baby,” he declares and his hand moves up to gently squeeze my tits. “Fuck, I want you so bad baby. Let me fuck you. Let me fuck you hard.” The knot in my top loosens slightly from the groping and the camera catches a glimpse of my black lace bra and the modest curve of my breast as things shift around. Then I straighten my legs just enough to lift my bum and reach under my tattery skirt to slip my black lace panties down my thighs. Finally, looking mischievously into the camera, I drop my feet off the sofa and sit properly for a moment to remove them completely and toss them aside on the floor somewhere.
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