If you’re even remotely interested in underground music per se, you should know who Marzia Rangel is. She’s a multi-talented artist, but is mainly a bass-player and a cello-player. Since she started out, she’s worked and is working with the likes of Monica Richards, Faith & The Muse, Christ vs. Warhol, Scarlet’s Remains and the Deadfly Ensemble. One thing that I didn’t know before, was that she’s also performed on the SAW II Original Soundtrack. In other words, she’s an interesting person and have a lot of experience within the sphere she is currently occupied with. In the last couple of years, she’s been more active with her newest band Christ vs. Warhol and the Deadfly Ensemble, releasing an one album from each one of those bands. I thought of interviewing her since she wasn’t included in my interview with the Deadfly Ensemble, which I thought was a shame, so I decided to contact her and write her some questions. This is one of the first interviews I’ve actually conducted that has more to do with the person. I therefore hope that you’ll enjoy this interview as much as the other ones that I’ve conducted. So enjoy this interview as much as you can or would do with any other Invisible Guy-styled interview.