We chat about mysticism and ritual, dealing with grief through creativity, and how heavy music might help us do away with the gender binary.
Disclaimer; I am, of course, behind on my listening. Obviously. So if there’s a glaring omission, again, let me know. Chances are, it’s still on my 30+ hour long “to listen” playlist. Or I did listen, but didn’t like it, in which case, let me know anyway, so that we can argue about it.
“I also think that taking space up as a woman and as a queer person in that scene is really important. There are so many macho dude-men, and a lot of them are very sweet, but a lot of them are not… I also wish there was more trans representation in the scene – there are like two trans singers that I’ve read about but that’s it.”
On the list of things we really could have done without in 2020, The Craft remake comes pretty close to the top. I thought, in light of this absolutely unnecessary remake, it would be fun to revisit the original film, truly a flawed masterpiece, in all its glory.