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And if a group of actors reinventing live performance and a boundless chef blazing his own hyperunique trail can do it, we’ve got a feeling their fires might stoke yours, too., her and bandmate Patrick Wimberly’s most recent album, is packed with inventive tracks aided by a stunning cacophony of unexpected sounds, making it one of the most hauntingly beautiful records of 2012.
But, she’ll have no problem living up to (and exceeding) expectations with the duo’s next album, which is already proving to be majestic.
Spending her days recording in a studio built inside an abandoned pharmaceutical factory — “I've been wearing scrubs, just to be in harmony with the building's original function” — she’s back at what she does best: forging originality through music (though her eclectic wardrobe — unitards, anyone? “It's exciting to finally have enough experience that we can make recordings sound the way we want on our own terms,” she explained. What are you doing with your life and career right now?
That’s why we’re proud to present Refinery29’s second annual 30 Under 30 list, as the ultimate homage to those extraordinary people whose knack for pushing boundaries and breaking rules, quite simply, blows our minds.
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I have that to look forward to.” What kind of kid were you? ”I was a late bloomer, shrimpy with big ears, terrible time management, a propensity for staying up all night reading or listening to the radio under the covers, obsessed with cats and musicals, into solo sports like horseback riding, skiing, and ice-skating — things that were rhythmic and elegant, and where my own discipline and focus was the playing field.
(Seriously — there’s even a don’t-miss dossier rounding out Courtney Love’s beauty faves.)What kind of kid were you? “I would venture to say I was equal parts endearing and annoying.
I’d hope it’s what’s given me the no-risk-no-reward attitude I have now.”Styled by Laura Pritchard, Hair by Bethany Brill, Makeup by Tiffany Patton.
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