With her 19th album out, the iconic Mass musician says, “If I’m not working on something, I start to think about the nothingness … I don’t want to fall into that abyss of nihilism.”
California power pop band Cherry Glazerr spill about their new album, jagged guitar style, and death row meals.
I’m not old, but something weird happens on the road [that makes you] know the spots you like, but in a bad way. You’re like “I’ve been here before, I remember that." If I have time I try to go to the museums to feel like I’m doing something, and not just eating.
She bravely fronts her band, wields a bass, and sings her guts out.
The experience was immersive. It expanded the world and left it that way, bowing as if to say, “This space is yours now. Add to the sound.”