Tell us a bit about yourself and your music?
I started writing my first record, Dead Like Money, with producer Mark Turrigiano last year. Together, we are currently re-writing the EP because over the past two years my style has evolved. I am still discovering ways to sing and how I feel comfortable sounding. Before, I was screaming, pushing, and a bit out of control. Now, I feel comfortable sounding pretty and pleasant and letting whatever listeners I have hear my stories.
You’re known as an intensely creative person. What do you do to keep the creativity flowing and does it ever dry up?
Of course there are times when I feel a bit “dry” or uninspired. These things occur naturally with everything you do. When I want to get the creativity flowing again, I typically find inspiration from relationships and people that I am emotionally connected to. I will call an old boyfriend or try to make mends with friendships that have gone sour. Fighting, crying, laughing, basically just getting in touch with “how i feel” is a good exercise.