Dave and HQ from Headwave have been interviewed by The AccÃ¼sed and Chester of Brainstorm at the Escpape/Spreadpoint copy party on Oktober 7th.
Where are you from?
-The HQ is in Zurich, Switzerland.
How many members are you?
-Seventeen members and many many girls (!?) Among them six coders and three members of D-Tect joint us.
What is your general work?
-We do nearly everything but cracking because it's too expensive. If there's a cheap original supplier anywhere, he should contact us.
What are your future plans?
-To brighten up the Swiss scene, to have the best mailbox in Switzerland, to sell our programs to software houses, and corporations with other groups.
Only demo corporations?
-No. There are some projects going with Savage, Digital Force...
What hardware do you use?
-Amiga1000, 3 drives, printer, 9600 baud modem, harddisk, porn magazines, diamond digiter, sound digitizer, many disks.
What's your opinion about this party ?
-There are a lot of crews missing. And it's strange that Escpape didn't release a demo yet. Too much Swiss crews.
What are your major contacts?
-IT, Black Monks, Powerslaves, Supplex, Alpha Flight, my mother and my father...
What about modem trading?
-We've got 3 modem traders. We are planing to buy 19600 baud modem.
What do you think about the police and the whole Swiss scene?
-My name appeared in the files of a software firm, so I have hidden all my disks in the cave. There are too many groups thinking that they are the best (hi to my lovely group Slimepeitsch).
-Banana greetings to Sextrot... No, eh sorry Etienne, I mean Setrox.
-To Savage: Send our corporatoin work (The Headwave-Savage-Intro)
-To Digital Force: You're the complete crazy-lazy group (You're even worse than us.)
-To Brainstorm: Your magazine is going to be great.
-I greet all my ex and future girlfriends.
Thank you for this interview.
This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #1" by Brainstorm 1989.
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