Reverb.com’s main purpose is as a music gear marketplace, responsible for inciting poor decision making from impulse control-deficient musicians (I’m looking at you, me). But they also maintain a respectable editorial department, and so there’s pieces like this March 2018 interview with Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast about her second album, Sad Songs From Another Planet.
The follow-up is due out this year, as is her new memoir Crying In H-Mart, expanded from an essay for The New Yorker in 2018. It will be released April 20.
Interview: Japanese Breakfast on Ditching Full-Band Jams for Dream Pop Songwriting @ Reverb.com