The Muckers | The Family Interviews


Meet The Muckers

Get ready for a blast from the past! Kinda. Sorta. Except it’s 2019 and you’re probably reading this on a screen that has more brainpower than me and someone probably just flew by you on a hoverboard.

Regardless, if you like glitter and sequins and the ‘70s and groovy psych rock stuff, give The Muckers a gander. The four-piece pays homage to the good old days of glam rock in the best way, with shredding guitar and reverb heavy, dance-able melodies. It’s a glam-jam band worth have a boogie too. 

Below, we called these boys in for a chat about playing in Tehran, detachable belly buttons, and giant canned margaritas. 


Some Questions With The Muckers

What was the first show you ever played live? What was it like?

it was a charity show in Tehran,Iran we covered bunch of songs by CCR, Jimi Hendrix, Beatles and etc...


Do you remember the first album/CD/digital album, you ever bought? Do you think it has

first CD was Jet - Get Born! I don't think so

Is there one piece of musical gear that you have been really into lately?

Gretsch Astro Jet


What is a band you would want to get a chance to tour with?



If one part of your body could be detachable which would it be? What would you do with it?

Belly Button. Throw it in the trash.

If every word you said for the rest of your life had to start with the same letter which letter would you choose? Why?

F, cuz Funny Folks Find Friends

What was your favorite part about recording your debut EP “Better Without You”?

Working with Lucas Carpenter and the Studio that we Recorded in Bushwick was the favorite part

What is your stance on canned margaritas?

The Bigger the better.


If you could give one species the ability to fly besides people which one would you choose? Please tell us why.

Horses. Because… see picture attached.


Do you have a favorite swear word/phrase to use? Which one is it?

I don't have any favorite Swear word

Any final comments? (This is your electronic soapbox for one last answer.)

please make good music I'm tired of all these bullshit y'all are playing. thanks

Sean Maldjian