“Me, I go with the contradictions. That’s what I’m interested in. That’s where the action is.” On the occasion of his recent string of concerts performing his lone solo album, Corky’s Debt to his Father, a feature on Mayo Thompson’s long, strange trip through Texas psychedelia, British post-punk and art-rock, Chicago post-rock, and more. For Texas Monthly.
“It made me happier than playing in front of thousands of people each night, rock-god idolization from fans, music industry plankton kissing my ass, and the million dollars I made last year. It was one of the few really important things that I’ve been blessed with since becoming an untouchable boy genius.” About the delectably off-center joy that is The Lasting Influence of the Raincoats for Vulture.