I'd rather proliferate funny little rumors than not.
I like Cronenberg's early work; his '80s films had all these weird, amorphous flesh objects in them.
I like pop music. Earnestly. Most of the greatest technicians, mix engineers, and players are working in pop music.
My mom is the type of mom who wonders why I haven't used my psychology degree to become a successful clinical psychologist.
I've always loved singing and the catharsis of it.
I don't think I'm an intentional liar, but I'm a little bit of an exaggerator sometimes. If I'm exaggerating, and the journalist exaggerates on top of that, then we end up in funny territory.
I'm not good at interacting with people and am terrified to get onstage, so I just go up there, freak out and, most of the time, pack up and go home immediately after.
In high school, I decided I wanted to learn guitar, so I picked it up and starting teaching myself some basic chords and started playing with friends. Guitar inherently lends itself to be guitar music, especially when you're not good at guitar.
When I released my first record, I was really in the middle of having made the decision to follow the clinical psychology path, which is competitive, rigorous, and fairly conservative.
I started singing the second I could utter sound.
I wanted to make a record that worked against the hypnagogic paradigm, for sure.
I have a master's in psychology, and depression and anxiety are considered to be cyclical.
I've never written lyrics. I get up in front of a microphone, and I just sing what comes to the top of my head.
In the '90s, it was cool to just like R&B. But I liked Nirvana and stuff, too.
Katy Perry's politics I could probably do without, though I have friends who have interacted with her that say she's very nice.
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