Apr 21 2013

Tori Amos Interview on Sinfini music

Posted by Deborah77 on April 21, 2013 at 5:51 AM

Interview with Tori Amos Sinfini music

You tube Video

Full podcast (with download link on the site)


Sep 23 2012

Interviews and promo

Posted by Deborah77 on September 23, 2012 at 3:06 AM

Rolling Stones interview

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/song-premiere-tori-amos-silent-all-these-years-and-gold-dust-20120918

El Mundo

http://undented.com/news/2772/el-mundo-interview-september-21-2012

BBC – About light princess (15/9/2012)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-19634772

BBC about Kate Middelton pics (15/9/2012)

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-19622438

The Daily Beast (17/9/2012)

http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/09/16/tori-amos-s-gold-dust-injects-her-hits-with-a-classical-twist.html

Relevant (in german)

http://relevant.at/kultur/musik/733418/tori-amos-blickt-karriere-zurueck.story

 

http://boycottingtrends.blogspot.dk/2012/09/cd-review-gold-dust-tori-amos-2012.html

http://www.theartsdesk.com/new-music/interview-10-questions-tori-amos

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/24/tori-amos-gold-dust-drugs-ghosts_n_1909110.html?utm_hp_ref=entertainment


Jan 22 2012

Report from the conversation with AMQ January 17th 2012

Posted by Deborah77 on January 22, 2012 at 3:18 PM


Apr 2 2009

Tori sits down for an interview with Nylon’s Insider

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on April 2, 2009 at 7:49 PM

Tori sat down for a chat with Nylon magazine to discuss music packaging when everyone’s gone digital, her musical The Light Princess and the things she hasn’t done so far in her career.
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Apr 2 2009

Tori’s latest interview with Rolling Stone

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on at 3:11 PM

source : RollingStone.com

At her recent standing-room-only performance at this year’s South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Tori Amos premiered songs from her tenth studio album, Abnormally Attracted to Sin, due May 19th. It’s her first studio LP since 2007’s American Doll Posse, and the record finds the singer-pianist exploring familiar territory: power in all its guises, be it sexual, monetary or political. “Before, we used to think power was if you had a job and you had money,” she says. “And if that’s our definition of success, then very few people have it — the money part anyway. So [I’m] redefining what it means, because power is also an aphrodisiac.”
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Mar 25 2009

IFC interview from SXSW : Tori Amos Is a Lioness

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on March 25, 2009 at 1:52 PM

source : IFC


Mar 20 2009

MySpace Music/SPIN interview from SXSW

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on March 20, 2009 at 11:17 PM

MySpace has posted a video interview that was done at the MySpace Music/SPIN press area of the SXSW festival.

source : MySpace


Mar 20 2009

Billboard interview from SXSW

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on at 5:08 PM

Billboard has posted a video interview that they did with Tori at SXSW. In it Tori discusses the new album and the inspiration behind the song “Maybe California”.

source : Billboard Blog


Mar 20 2009

More of the LP33.tv interview from SXSW

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on at 2:45 PM

LP33.tv has posted another part of their interview with Tori that was filmed at SXSW. Stay tuned to the Afterglow Blog and LP33 for the full interview which they say should be coming soon!

source : LP33.tv Festival Blog


Mar 10 2009

Tori Amos Reveals Sinful Cover Art, Tracklisting

Posted by The Afterglow Staff on March 10, 2009 at 6:26 AM

toriamos_aatts1Tori Amos is in a good mood when she phones Spinner from her Cornwall, England studio. She owes her glee, in part, to a white chocolate chip cookie, which she informs us her 8-year-old daughter, Natashya, baked for her. “Husband didn’t marry me for my baking,” she laughs.

It’s just weeks away from Amos’ scheduled performance at SXSW, where she’ll unveil new tunes from her tenth studio album, ‘Abnormally Attracted to Sin,’ due May 19. In addition to debuting the album cover and tracklist with Spinner, Amos discussed her new work, how to divvy up the Democrats and Republicans, and what she considers to be the greatest sin of all.

What was the impetus behind this new collection?
I’m drawn to questioning what traditional authorities have defined sin to be. As a minister’s daughter, I’ve been exposed to the traditional belief system. [Sin] has been used to shame and control people. If you’re controlled by a religious structure, then you’re going to have a very different outlook on life and what you’re open to than if you’re not controlled by these old, crumbling concepts.
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