Aaron Stern of Mystrionics: “I Think Answers Are Not Interesting”

Aaron Stern of Mystrionics: “I Think Answers Are Not Interesting”

This is my interview with Aaron Stern conducted by phone on 14 March 2018.

 

Topics Include:

Making music with friends, high school musical growth and progressive death metal, home recording, being sidelined by injuries which lead to inspiration, the influence of punk rock and not caring what people think, setting goals to keep things moving, booking with the line-up in mind, April 7th at The Space, @starfish_hospital’s art and considering the visual component, confronting your own ugliness, making personal art, finding earnestness in heavy music and The Mystrionics mini-tour.

April 6th In Eugene

April 8th In Portland

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