The Meatmen's Tesco Vee Counts Down His New Props, His Least Favorite Albums, And Why You Should See His Band
Tesco Vee has stretched his bawdy bile over three decades now as leader of the Meatmen, the Hate Police, and a few other concerns his lawyer would rather we not talk about. Whipping up face-slapping punk rock while juggling numerous onstage propsdildos, nun outfits, bloody rubber chickens, and more dildoshis black n' blue humor is almost warmly reassuring in the post-Green Day era of radio punk with the highest goal of getting on the soundtrack of a bromance. Lest ye forget, Tesco also started the uber-influential Touch and Go fanzine way back when. And there's a bobblehead of him!
Mainly, though, he aims to consistently dis-please your more sensitive friends while you're standing there stiffling a beer spit-take during Meatmen gigs, like the one tonight at Europa. Let's let him count down some of his favorites and least favorites.More »