If your brain was liquefied to the consistency of sizzurp, would your dreams melt together? As a staple on Night-People, The Savage Young Taterbug (a.k.a. Charles Free, a.k.a. Timothy Wind, a.k.a. lots of a.k.a.s) lends listeners licks on living life a little loony. Through all his Americana, cute punk-snot, mystic storyteller personas, he proves to be one of the few rambling-traveling slash Internet-lost American folk-heroes. Mix the soundtrack to your grandmother’s reoccurring nightmare with your uncle’s non-stop smashed karaoke machine, and you’ve Theme For Gasoline Weirdo. It was released on the last big batch of Night People tapes (round late June-ish); still on sale. He has another release on Cavelife under the moniker The Missing Paperboy. Cavelife will also be releasing a bootleg cassette of Savage Young Taterbug - maybe, so look out! And, if you can’t find him sleeping behind you or in Ryan Garbes’ backyard (this has been burnt down since), you can check out his recent “publicity” stunt.