5 Questions with Adderall Canyonly ________________________________
What motivates you?
Coffee and terror.
What’s the best part of what you do?
Mmmmmmmmmm - I am still working on that. Not quite sure other than the above reasons why I do what I do. Get back to me in a couple of years.
What most inspiring thing a listener of your music told you?
That they keep Adderall Canyonly tapes in their car to f*ck with people riding in the back. I thought that was nice and novel use. That’s pretty much my sense of humor as well.
Does a specific state of mind or mood generate your best work?
The less suicidal the better, I’d say.
What’s next for yourself?
There is an album coming out on Moss Archive in the Fall and a couple of potential album-like things to finish up in the studio. After that it’s a blank slate - hopefully a productive winter it will be.
In 1982, a woman named May Booker sent a letter to the BBC, saying that she, at 70-years-old, loved Thin Lizzy, and would love to play with them live. Because Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott was raised by his own grandma, he allowed Booker to play backing synths on the band’s performance of “Hollywood” live on BBC. The performance is pre-recorded, but Booker is incredibly happy faking rocking the shit out of a crowd.