King of the hill

By MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG  |  February 20, 2007

He’s looking forward to another collaboration with Danger Mouse (a project they’re calling Dangerhorse), and he intends to work with Austrian electronic experimentalist Christian Fennesz later this year. But he has no intention of altering his lifestyle: after this tour, it’s back to the mountain. “I’m pretty much a recluse. And maybe when you live that way it’s easy to lose sight of what’s reality. But I still like living in the country, walking around in the woods all day. I think I’ll always live in the country, but I’m trying harder to stop convincing myself of things that aren’t true.”

SPARKLEHORSE + JESSE SYKES AND THE SWEET HEREAFTER | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | February 26 | 617.931.2000

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