“Coffee is an elixir, it excites you, it stimulates you. It heightens the mind, the body, every part of you . . . It incorporates the sensual, it incorporates the feel. Coffee is ultimately a product of romance.”
“Sugar and Gold cured my plantar fasciitis.” My lady friend was too busy filming to shake a tail feather, but there’s a balm in live funk therapy, and she heard and limped no more. “They’re the greatest songwriting duo since Rodgers and Hammerstein,” she said.
On January 21, 2011, Yip Deceiver performed its second show ever, at the historic Caledonia Lounge in Athens, GA—laryngitis be damned. The next day, I was fortunate enough to find Davey inside his trusty Van Buren, applying carpet insulation before the band departed for Birmingham, Alabama, the second stop on their two-month tour.