Jane Weaver on Spiritualist art, slut-dropping onstage, and music industry sexism

Published in The Independent on July 10, 2017

“Some songs arrive like little vignettes, little scenes. Or I get a full orchestra of a song in my head. How do things come to us: are they just in the air?” Jane Weaver – writer, musician, singer and producer of gloriously spacey psych-rock – is musing about the muse with just the sort of ethereal wonder you might expect from someone whose new album is called Modern Kosmology, and was inspired by Spiritualist avant-garde painter Hilma af Klint.   Continue reading “Jane Weaver on Spiritualist art, slut-dropping onstage, and music industry sexism”