Marnie Stern Quotes.
Because music wasn’t free yet, they wouldn’t really offer MP3s so you had to buy things to see if you liked it or not. Which is crazy if you think about how much music you bought and then didn’t even like the stuff. It was a different world where bands made money off their music.
The reason I could last for that long a period of being up was because the piece accidentally caught the excitement and adrenaline from, “Ooh this sounds different from usual… Ooh I like that…” That was the energy that kept me up.
When you’ve got insane drums and a lot of guitar, it’s really hard to mix the vocals, to mix it all well.
If you have very few experiences in your life, romantically, or whatever you’re doing, then of course you’re going to talk about those, because there were only a few of them – as opposed to the people who repeat patterns, always at the bar, always with someone, always blah blah blah.
You like some things, you don’t like others. It doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with the others, it just means you have an opinion.
When you’re a solo artist and you have a band on tour you have to pay the band some salary. You don’t realise the expenses, the way they add up SO quickly. But thank god I’m not a money person. So it doesn’t really bug me at all, I mean it’s more comical to me.
There are so many good guitarists out there, I am by no means a very good guitar player.
I never go out, ever. And I think that’s why I’ve been craving human connection so badly, and in a way, I’m excited to go on tour to be around people all the time.
When I go on and listen to the stuff on the websites, I can’t tell, it all sounds like the same band, like they should all be in one band together.
I feel like people who are guarded and shut off, I feel like they should have to wear a button that says, “shut down”, “guarded” or something.
I’m sure that it’s not good not to be around people.
I really don’t separate male from female ever with music, I really don’t.
People don’t seem to care about convictions any more. When I was a teenager, the deal was that, y’know, you had a band that you were really loyal towards, almost to a fault, and you stayed really loyal to that band. That was the whole thing, that was such a big deal.
Some people seem so different, some people feel so much more than other people, some people are able to push past things so much easier. And…it’s just fascinating to me.
The point of life for me is just to make connections with people and share experiences with people.
Labels want to capture a certain market of kids and blah blah blah, and it’s true, I just never think about that stuff. It’s all part of a chain that’s moving along, but this phase of music has to switch.