Nardwuar, the Human Serviette is a journalist famous for his interviews with all your favorite artists, but you’ve probably never heard of him. If you have, you know that he’s hands-down the best interviewer in music journalism today and you know that’s not an exaggeration. Born John Ruskin, the 46-year-old radio DJ is from Vancouver, Canada — which he reps every chance he gets.
Nardwuar got his start in radio. He stills runs a show on the public radio station CiTR-FM, where he’s worked since the mid-’80s.
His schtick can be a lot to take in at first encounter.
He’s loud and shrill, he speaks very fast and excitedly, and he dresses like a Scottish bagpipe player or a PGA golfer. But all of this seems to function to both stun and ease whomever he’s interviewing.
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