There comes a point when anonymity gets a little testing. This is that moment: “My name is David Garver (or maybe it isn’t), and I write these pop songs called Outlaw Boogie” – its not irritating to the extent that it will stop us posting about his music, which is rather nice, but it poses the question as to whether Outlaw Boogie actually has enough depth of good music to warrant the Wu Lyf intrigue he’s trying to whip up.
N.b: His name’s probably not David Garver. David Garver is the role Clint Eastwood played in ‘Play Misty For Me’ – Outlaw Boogie’s last track. Presumably, following that logic, he’ll be Harry Callaghan next.