"I thought I was afraid of recording. I’m a musician who likes to perform live, creating music in the ephemeral moment and feeding off the energy of a room full of people. Recording always seemed like the complete opposite to me. In the studio, you don’t move from one fleeting moment to the next, you repeat the same moment over and over again until perfect and then it's set in stone, or in a lossless file format. Instead of a room full of people, you are shut in a little soundproof room by yourself, with headphones that feed you nothing but the voice of the producer and the sound of your own nervous shallow breaths."
- SARAH JICKLING