I don't know; it just seemed like the cooler guys are playing Xbox. At least the ones I know.
I prance around and dance by myself to hip-hop songs in the mirror.
I'm working on a proper rock record, a good, old-school rock record. Finally.
I am a feminist, and I define myself: Be yourself, because if you can get away with it, that is the ultimate feminist act.
It was a source of shame for my family that I was in rock and roll, which is so blue-collar. It just isn't done. And I felt it, too.
I don't know what the future holds. Anything is possible.
Lana Del Rey seems to be bothering everybody because she allegedly 'remade' herself from a folk singing, girl-next-door type into an electro-urban kitty cat on the prowl (of course I like her), and they feel she is inauthentic.
I love scoring. Putting music to picture is a rewarding challenge and one that relies on interpretation of emotion - as in, what is the pivotal feeling in a scene and which character's point of view is driving it at any given moment?
So how does Liz Phair feel about Lana Del Rey? Well, as a recording artist, I've been hated, I've been ridiculed, and conversely, hailed as the second coming. All that matters in the end is that I've been heard.
When I use the Internet, it's pretty much strictly for music. Checking out other people's web sites, what's going on, listening to music. It's pretty much a musical thing for me.
I love stretching myself musically.
I always give the encore over to chaos, so people can yell out requests and I can hack my way through a song that I don't really know anymore.
I blend my green drink every morning. I also fix my son a full-on American breakfast with bacon and toast.
I just don't fit into the box.
I try to see interviewing as performance art, and just take it as it comes.
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