Orchestral music has always felt like a commitment. Listening to Mozart, Bach or Brahms is not for enjoyment, but rather a more serious soundtrack for getting my work done (without wasting an hour dancing to Megan Thee Stallion).
Love, and feelings of any kind really, have always existed very close to the surface for me. They tend to be the main force in my life, something I find reflected in music. Piercing emotions are what drive a tune — what music was created as an outlet for.
We all know the old Miley Cyrus. The Miley that we watched for years on “Hannah Montana,” the girl that tweens of a certain age all wanted to be, the girl that we saw go through the trials and tribulations of growing up under the gaze of an unforgiving public eye.
Few artists have a discography as impressive as King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. In just eight years, the Australian psychedelic rock band has released 16 full-length LPs, two live albums and an EP.