Blonde redhead interview
KM: We have what we call demo-itis. The instrument just becomes a tool, you know? Romantic Sad Sentimental. AP: Yeah, I usually bring the initial ideas and melodies, and then I work a lot with Kazu in terms of figuring out how we want to sing it or how she wants to sing it, and then we work with Simone on figuring out what works best as far as rhythm. Is it going to be good or better than the others or are we going to fall?
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By Chris Steffen · Jan. 9, 2017
“The best record captures a sound that happens only once”
In broad daylight, I witnessed a car break-in right in front of my eyes, in front of the hotel, when I was there the last time. AllMusic: Does that openness carry into the new songs you've been working on? I had a mild fracture in my jaw. What is a record or artist — new or old — that you admire in terms of sound? Maybe too much even: Too much intensity and too much will to actually be good. We still have fundamental problems, frictions as a band.
KAZU — Shine On
Two things you get associated with a lot are stage fright and the horrifying horse trampling you endured. What do you think about the new president of the US? Also, before I write lyrics or melodies, I start to see stories. I felt very free to come up with different approaches of singing and how I wanted to sound. But now I need to decide which label to put it out on.
You kind of do have to be bedridden or whatever, otherwise you would just be exploring some other part of life. It was the first song that I ever wrote. The best record is the one that manages to capture that one-time thing, a sound that happens only once and never again. A part of me is very confused about why so many people voted for him. Browse archive or search npr. The European: How did that work? That taught me a lesson.