Broken Social Scenester

By KURT B. REIGHLY  |  February 9, 2006

Yet the same is true at the opposite end of the spectrum. Let It Die was made with vintage equipment, in isolation and quiet, with every note piped right back into her ears via state-of-the-art headphones. “It was all so lucid. Whatever was going to come out of my mouth was the best-of-the-truth. That [nakedness] was so stark and terrifying, versus the complete juxtaposition of jumping on broken glass and not even noticing, and being totally enveloped in a song. It’s a totally different approach, but it’s equally at the core of who I am.”

Feist + Jason Collett | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | Feb 11 | 617.228.6000

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