Conversations With Victor DeLorenzo: A Violent Femme At Peace

Conversations With Victor DeLorenzo: A Violent Femme At Peace August 31, 2016


When Victor DeLorenzo began his artistic journey in Milwaukee, WI, it was to literally fill the shoes of budding actor Willem Dafoe. But when forming his band, The Violent Femmes, innovation, practicality and mobility inspired Victor to forge new ground and develop the bare bones “bastardized” style of drumming that put he and the Femmes on the map. The result was iconic music that not only touched a nerve but grabbed it, and forced it’s devotion to a whole new style of music… Folk Punk. Join Mike as he sits with his friend to talk about his beginnings, life with the Femmes and what makes him happy. I give you Time & The Mystery: Conversations with Victor DeLorenzo.

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