Liz Phair recorded five songs yesterday at Ryan Adams' Los Angeles studio.
Some artists use subtle sensuality on their album covers to convey a certain aesthetic, others blatantly hammer home the sex appeal with gratuitous nudity.
Last year, Billy Corgan called the Smashing Pumpkins' future “murky.” These days, however, it’s looking quite bright – including a tour and a new album.
What’s better than Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes with their bulbous heads and giant bug eyes rockin’ out to our favorite 'Star Wars' jam in the Mos Eisley Cantina?
Ever since releasing her groundbreaking 1993 album, 'Exile in Guyville,' Liz Phair has had a career full of ups and downs. The musician faced a lot of pressure during the '90s to continue her successful discography, but faced harsh criticism and "sell-out" accusations from fans for her self-titled 2003 release. Fast forward nine years later, and we find Phair working with a Academy Award-winning film composer and wanting to collaborate with former Cardinals frontman Ryan Adams.
Oh, the romantic comedy, the stuff of laughter, tears and heartstrings, aided and abetted by poignancy of soundtrack. Queen of the '90s Liz Phair adds her lot to the good cry cause with ‘Dotted Line,’ a soul-to-soul (or maybe check-to-check?) ballad taking the starring role on the soundtrack to the movie 'People Like Us.’