What’s behind every illusion? Well, simply put, behind every illusion is an illusionist. An illusionist attempting to create something that will enable you, as an audience, to suspend your disbelief and accept the reality they’ve created
“Money for the Cult is now from touring and as you can see we tour extensively and for Owl we are more in the process of building the house and people are coming”
Joseph Steinhardt Of Modern Hut Interview: "The process was figuring out what to add without overpowering the emptiness"
What would you hope for Generic Treasure?
I don’t know actually.
“We have probably the leanest of staffs for what we do. And since 1991 we have fed over one billion people. “
“We try to bring back the “party” to rock and roll and if you ask around, you’ll find out that we get the biggest kick out of taking it too far.”
If I don’t keep creating new stuff then my mental health will suffer so this is the way for me go forward creating new stuff. I have to do it for my own sanity and own soul
Marshall Crenshaw To Play Box Top's "The Letter" And More At Big Star Tribute At Summerstage On Sunday
“I’m wondering if Big Star fans don’t just love everything, including the artsy quirky Third album”
“We’re just highlighting facts about things that are happening, and things that affect us”
A beacon of energy when on stage, when I was going to talk to him, he was soft spoken and it certainly caught me off guard.
“Often I am asked to play some “special music” in church for communion or prayer times and this is the kind of music that people were requesting so it was done entirely at home during times of inspiration!”
The hard thing to keep in sight is that she is a self-made woman. In press releases and MTV shows, there are two realities sort of colliding but speaking to her, she’s just a kid who has worked very very hard to put herself in a position to succeed
This badass Britney Spears-loving frontwoman was so kind and softspoken that I walked away eager to see her transform into the singer of Five Knives I’ve seen in the videos, all hardcore and powerful. To be honest, it’s a total inspiration
We were rock and roll; we had come from punk rock backgrounds, but really, there’s different ways to look at the punk rock thing. And the way I think me and Scott looked at it from where we had been was that it was the real rock and roll at that time. What was rock and roll had failed us and this was the needed thing for rock and roll.
When I thought about composing the songs I didn’t think it was possible to do it with only the cello, but when I stated writing I realized it was. I began to create loops and layers with only the cello, and arrived at a really layered sound and my own little orchestra
Brooklyn Dance And Indie Band People Get Ready Interviewed: "I Don't Think I've Ever Said That Before In Public"
“You have us moving around and we’re also singing and their making noises and they’re swinging stuff around and that’s making noise and so all these things are part of a real sonic landscape that is made up of both movement and music.”