Garbage's Box

12 juin 2017

New York Magazine, The Cut, 2017, May, 29

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The Cut
supplément de New York Magazine
pays magazine: USA, New York

paru 29 mai 2017
couverture et article sur Shirley Manson:
The Cut - "The Return of a Grunge Goddess Garbage’s
Shirley Manson is worried women rockers are going extinct."


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The Return of a Grunge Goddess
Shirley Manson, lead singer of ‘90s band Garbage, heads back on the road with Blondie.
By Dayna Evans
Photographs by Maxine Helfman
June, 6, 2017
( source article thecut.com )

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As she rifles through neat piles of iron-on patches, tarot-card decks, and baby-pink notebooks, Shirley Manson’s slowly graying undershave is visible beneath a fiery red bun. “My [7 year old] niece would love it here!” she declares, “here” being Junior High, a new feminist art-gallery-meets-community-space in East Hollywood. “Had I walked past on my own, I probably would have been too intimidated to come in.”

It’s hard to imagine the 50-year-old Scottish frontwoman of ‘90s post-grunge band Garbage being intimidated by anything, though the gallery’s augmented reality exhibit and Justin Bieber stickers skew more millennial than Gen X. Walking through the open storefront, she picks up a patch that reads WEIRDOS and says, “This is literally my idea of heaven.” Manson remains nimble, both embracing and appraising current trends, as she reflects on all that has changed over her 30-plus-year career in the music business.

This summer, 22 years after releasing their debut record, Garbage will embark on a co-headlining U.S. tour with Blondie, led by 71-year-old Debbie Harry. For Manson, the tour, which will promote Blondie’s 11th record, Pollinator, and Garbage’s 6th, Strange Little Birds, presents an opportunity to exalt the archetype of the female rockstar amid her fears that she is becoming extinct.

“[Debbie Harry and I] are some of the few women left who do what we do in the way that we do it. We’re getting rarer and rarer. I think people understand that this breed is dying.” She pauses, and adds, “Literally dying.” Harry and Manson belong to a generation of women musicians who, as she puts it, “write their own music and aren’t chasing pop success,” but Manson worries that the bloodline is thinning. Patti Smith is 70. Chrissie Hynde, 65. Courtney Love, 52. “I was having a funny conversation with Karen O about this at a party the other night,” she says of the 38-year-old lead vocalist of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, as a Jenny Lewis (41) song plays over Junior High’s speaker system. “We were like, ‘We’re the last of the rockers!’”

For Manson, many of the music industry’s current megastars fail to pass her rock litmus test. “Rihanna is the closest thing we have in the pop world to a rockstar,” she muses, adding that she’s a huge fan of pop music. “If Rihanna wanted to make rock music, I’m sure she could. But unless you’re playing rock music, you’re not a rockstar.”

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In preparation for the upcoming tour, Manson has been thinking a lot about the past and her band’s place in it. This July, Garbage will release a coffee-table book full of artifacts, photos, and anecdotes that capture their long history: pages of lyrics with penciled-in edits, cocktail recipes — like one for “Vodka With Anything” — and snapshots from a forgotten era where Manson wore her hair boy-short and platinum blonde. “We’re all fucking getting up there,” she says, eyes rolling. “We wanted to leave something behind for the wee ones.”

The book, titled This Is the Noise That Keeps Me Awake after a lyric in Garbage’s 1998 single, “Push It,” shows how the band rose out of grunge’s ashes after groups like Nirvana and Soundgarden began to fade away. By comparison, Garbage had a much more commercial sound, a deliberate decision on the part of the band’s drummer and producer Butch Vig. Vig, who was already well-known for producing Nirvana’s Nevermind, mixed elements of trip hop, electronic, and pop on top of grunge on Garbage’s successful self-titled first album. The result were radio-friendly — albeit still angsty — hits, “Only Happy When It Rains” and “Stupid Girl.” An update on their predecessors, though, was standing front and center: Garbage’s lead singer was a woman.

“When success occurred to us, it didn’t feel personal,” Manson says of the early days of Garbage as we sit drinking martinis at Musso & Frank’s, a 100-year-old Hollywood steakhouse where Manson is a frequent visitor. Looking back, she sees Garbage’s success as a part of something larger than just hard work or talent. “I understood logically that this was a zeitgeist moment,” she says.

Following the overabundance of testosterone in the early grunge era, the mid-’90s saw the rise of the alternative girl — Alanis Morissette’s’ Jagged Little Pill, No Doubt’s Tragic Kingdom, and Björk’s Post all released the same year as the first Garbage record — and Manson became one of several potent figures for the female fans grunge had left behind.

“We were in the right place at the right time and we were making the right kind of music,” she says. “I’m the right kind of voice. I had the right look.” Manson had been in bands for ten years before she became successful as the ginger Scot in black eyeliner and combat boots. “It wasn’t that we were brilliant. I have friends who could have peed all over our talent.”

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The group’s second album, released in 1998, earned them a Grammy nomination for album of the year, and “#1 Crush,” a song the group wrote for Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, gave them even more cultural cache with an angsty younger following. The 2000s were a difficult time for the band — with record-contract disputes and an eventual hiatus — as the winnowing popularity of alternative rock gave way to a gentler indie-rock sound. But Garbage found its foothold again recently, thanks to a wave of ‘90s nostalgia that brought grunge and shoegaze back into popular culture.

Reflecting on the band’s resurgence, Manson told Rolling Stone in 2015, “I’m not surprised in retrospect that people love that record. I’m surprised that we managed to get to the point in our career where enough time had passed that people could look back and appreciate it again. I didn’t ever expect it to last the course of time.”

"I’ve never been a Taylor Swift, I’ve never been that famous.
I can’t begin to imagine what that must be like.
"

“Now, our culture doesn’t value anything that’s not massive,” she says of music tastes today. “It seems like people are in awe of mass consumption. The bigger the artist, somehow the more special. That’s just not what I was brought up to believe in at all. I’ve never been a Taylor Swift, I’ve never been that famous. I can’t begin to imagine what that must be like. But you don’t get to that level accidentally — you court that level of success.”

“The generation that I was brought up in, we were embarrassed if you were successful, (which was also fucked up, by the way),” she adds. “We found that vulgar. Nobody wanted to sell out — but now everybody is happy to.”

But Manson also acknowledges the fact that, hey, she’s been wrong about things before. “When I was 30, I thought I had everything sussed out,” she says as she adjusts a bandanna tied around her neck. “I thought I knew everything. Then I hit 40, and I looked back at 30 and thought, ‘What a clown. I knew nothing.’ I thought I was ancient at 40, but now I’m 50 and I realize I was really just a young woman. You can change your fucking mind. I want to be able to be agile enough and brave enough to say I was wrong.”

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But is she really one of the last female rockstars? Maybe of her generation. But dozens of women musicians in DIY rock and punk scenes see the path Manson took as a viable model for their own. “Garbage wouldn’t have had the lasting impact they have had on me if it weren’t a woman singing,” says Ally Einbinder, the bass player in an all-female punk band Potty Mouth, adding that their upcoming record is explicitly influenced by Garbage. Screaming Females’ guitarist Marissa Paternoster, whose band went on tour with Garbage in 2013, agreed. “Shirley was the most honest in her darkness. Gwen Stefani was a great inspiration for me but she didn’t have that sharp edge that I was looking for. That’s what attracted me to Garbage: Shirley’s transparency and vulnerability.”

"I thought I was ancient at 40, but now I’m 50
and I realize I was really just a young woman.

It helps that many feel Manson’s message hasn’t changed much. “Shirley is one of the few women musicians I looked up to in high school who didn’t go on to disappoint me,” said Cynthia Schemmer, a guitar player and songwriter for punk bands Radiator Hospital and Swanning. “A lot of women I looked up to kind of ‘got over’ feminism, or switched personas, and I feel like she really just stood her ground.”

As she gets older, Manson says, she’s becoming even “more outraged” as a woman and as a feminist. “To me, [feminism] is about equality. It’s nothing to do with whether we like makeup or don’t like makeup.” (Manson does.) “Feminism has nothing to do with whether you have children or not.” (She doesn’t.) “It’s really just: How about you pay me the same fucking amount that you just paid him? I just did the same fucking job. If your husband gets this, so do you. If your boyfriend is doing this, and you want to do that, then you get to do it, too. It’s that simple.”

Her Christian upbringing is partially responsible for inspiring a lifetime of questioning and rebellion. “I remember many older women making jokes like, ‘Just lie back and think of England.’ Basically they were saying sex was your duty. Your sexuality had nothing to do whatsoever with the sexual act. We became receptacles.” When she saw hypocrisies in organized religion as an adolescent, she stopped attending church altogether. She hasn’t been back since.

“Clearly some of that outrage does go into music for me,” she says, “but in general it goes into me being me in the world. I don’t get too despondent.”

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As we finish up our martinis, Manson spots Donita Sparks, guitarist and front woman for grunge band L7, walking towards us at the bar. Sparks made rock history in 1992 when she threw her used tampon into an aggrieved crowd and shouted, “Eat my used tampon, fuckers!”

Manson and Sparks do some lively catching up. “Did you go to the PJ Harvey show last weekend?” Manson asks Sparks, who says she did not. “Cor,” Manson exclaims, throwing her head back dramatically, “it was devastating. It was so spectacular.”

“I feel bad because I haven’t checked out her early stuff like you told me to,” Sparks admits.

“Come on, Donita, you’ll love it. I’m telling you.” To this, Sparks nods, surrendering. “I know, I know. I’ve always loved her vibe.”

Manson and I pick up where we left off — on religion, on death, on sex, on a chastity-belt-style outfit that a Russian designer had custom-made for her (“I looked like Joan of Arc”) — moving on from her run-in with Sparks as if it were completely ordinary. But after our conversation, it took on considerable more significance: two members of Manson’s so-called “dying breed” in the flesh, exchanging recommendations for another vaulted member of their clan.

Outside of the steakhouse in the harsh L.A. sunlight, I mention to Manson that I’m turning 30 next week. She belts out a laugh — her head tilted back and mouth wide open — as she grabs me by the shoulder like a coach giving a pep talk to a rookie.

“Come on, girl,” she says. “You’re young yet.”


Styling by Rebecca Ramsey and Candice Lambert; makeup by Amy Chance using Surratt Beauty at Celestine Agency; hair by Clyde Haygood at Forward Artists using T3 Tools; styling assistance by Sarah Kinsumba.

*This article appears in the May 29, 2017, issue of New York Magazine.


11 juin 2017

Garbage de A à Z

Garbage de A à Z
Auteusr: Antoine Barde, Patrice Verry

garbage_de_A_a_Z-cover Date de sortie: mars 2004
Broché 128 pages
Langue: français
Dimensions : 27,7 x 10,7 x 0,8 cm
Éditeur: Prélude et Fugue
Collection Les guides MusicBook

ISBN-10: 2843431875
ISBN-13: 978-2843431876
Prix éditeur: 5,50 €
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Description: Chaque Musicbook, à travers un abécédaire, présente au lecteur de façon originale la vie et la discographie d’un artiste ou d’un groupe. La collection Musicbook compte aujourd’hui plus de 60 titres.
Dans chaque volume, on y trouve notamment: un dictionnaire complet sur le groupe ou l'artiste, les dates clés de l'histoire du groupe ou de l'artiste, la discographie complète illustrée et commentée, de nombreux extraits d'interviews.
Présentation: Garbage, c'est d'abord le charisme et le style uniques de Shirley Manson. De A comme Accomplissement, à Z comme Chad Zaemisch, ce guide MusicBook fait le point sur la réussite phénoménale de le nouvelle figure de proue du rock et sur ses acolytes. Anecdotes, discographie complète, illustrée et commentée, dates clés... entrez dans les coulisses de l'histoire du rock !

Mon Avis en Bref... 
Petit livre de poche qui se lit facilement et dans l'ordre que l'on souhaite car organisé en abcédaire. On y apprend une multitude d'anecdotes sur le groupe, avec beaucoup de citations (extraits d'interviews). Le livre ne comporte aucune illustration (excepté les pochettes des albums).


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Garbage Réinventant le Rock

Garbage
Réinventant le Rock
Auteur: Lola Fernandez

garbage_reinventant_le_rock-cover1 Date de sortie: 1998
Broché 63 pages
Langue: français
Dimensions : 28,1 x 0,5 x 21 cm
Éditeur: Editorial La Mascara
Collection "Images du Rock" n°50

ISBN-10: 84-7974-585-1
ISBN-13: 978-8479745851
Prix éditeur: 75 francs (environ 12 Euros)
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Description: Biographie illustrée non officielle du groupe.

Sommaire:
Un certain penchant pour les déchets
L'ère post-grunge
Les quatre éléments
Les hommes des Madison
- Butch Vig - Steeve Marker - Duke Erikson -
Shirley Manson: Le côté obscur -
Rebelle sans cause - Ses premiers groupes
Un cocktail explosif - Les choses du destin -
L'épreuve finale - Rien n'est sacré
Garbage Le lancement - Improviser un single -
Pop, rock ou techno ? - Démons intimes
Garbage à propos de Garbage
Butch Vig - A l'ombre de Nirvana
Version 2.0 - Enfin un groupe -
Accros aux studios - Série d'hommages -
Une seule voix - Un véritable groupe
Garbage à propos de Version 2.0
En concert.  L'autre Garbage
Confessions de Shirley Manson
Détails curieux à propos de Garbage
Sexe, méchanceté, déprime, vengeance... Les paroles
Discographie

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Mon Avis en Bref... 
Le premier livre consacré à Garbage en français. Sorti en 1998, il regorge d'informations et d'anecdotes sur l'"avant" Garbage: petite biographie de chaque membre du groupe, leurs anciennes formations musicales puis la création du groupe et leurs deux premiers albums. Illustré à chaque page, il contient un poster en page centrale.


> Le livre version espagnole
Garbage. Reinventando el Rock

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27 mai 2017

Rock & Folk, Mai 2017

2017-05-rockfolk-L9766_cache_s212017  Rock & Folk
n°598
pays magazine: France
paru le 20 mai 2017
article de 5 pages sur le groupe Blondie ("les héritières de Debbie Harry" sur 2 pages: Madonna, Alison Goldfrapp, Beth Ditto, Karen O et Shirley Manson).

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Magazine The Edit 18/05/2017

2017-05-the_Edit-usa-cover  The Edit
n°402
pays magazine: International

paru le 18 mai 2017
prix: gratuit - magazine à télécharger en ligne sur NetAPorter
contenu: Shirley Manson interviewe l'actrice Robin Wright (article de 18 pages)


> version en français

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12 avril 2017

Complete Garbage B-Sides & Remixes

"Bootlegs" Album
Complete Garbage B-Sides & Remixes


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1. Driving Lesson
2. Dog New Tricks (the pal mix)
3. Stupid Girl (red snapper mix)
4. Alien Sex Fiend
5. Stupid Girl (dreadzone dub mix)
6. Girl Don't Come
7. Sleep
8. Butterfly Collector
9. Queer
10. Queer (f.t.f.o.1. mix)
11. Queer (danny sober mix)
12. Subhuman (the most beautiful
woman in town mix)

13. no.1 Crush
16. Vow (torn apart)


Format: CD
Année: 1996


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09 avril 2017

05/10/1996 Interviews au Livid Festival, Australie

Garbage Album Promo


  05 octobre 1996
Télévision
Livid Festival, Australia

Interview Garbage


Television  Recovery Backstage
Interview du groupe + live "Stupid Girl"

Interview du groupe en backstage:
- première tournée du groupe en Australie, qui peut ainsi rencontrer ses fans australiens.
- leur groupe de rock préférés sont The Who, Roxy Music, Brian Ferry, The Clash, Joe Strummer (pour Butch Vig) - The Smiths, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Nick Cave (pour Shirley Manson).
- l'écriture des chansons se fait avec chacun des membres du groupe. Shirley travaille à partir des idées apportées par les garçons; les idées peuvent provenir de livres, de films, de discusions avec les gens, de l'actualité...
- le groupe vient de passer une année entière en tournée. Leur premier concert était à Milwaukee; le concert de Minneapolis est leur plus mauvais souvenir.

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Television  Red
Interview de Shirley & Steeve

Interview de Shirley Manson & Steeve Marker en backstage:
- Le nom de Manson, porté par Marilyn (Manson) et Charles (le gourou tueur: référence non comprise par l'intervieweur !).
- Ils n'ont pas vu les concerts donnés la veille au Festival (Shirley s'est reposée, elle a surtout dormi: les voyages, boire de la bière, dancer, jouer de la musique et aller se coucher).
- La couverture du magazine Details avec Shirley et Gavin Rossdale de Bush: pour Shirley, Gavin est charmant mais il était nerveux lors de la séance photos car ils ne s'étaient jamais rencontrés avant et ont du poser ensemble de façon très rapprochée, c'était étrange mais sympa.
- Shirley n'a pas changé beaucoup les paroles quand elle a rejoint le groupe car peu de paroles avaient été écrites. C'est un travail de collaboration à quatre mains. Pour Steeve, les paroles étaient horribles avant l'arrivée de Shirley, car le but était de monter un groupe cool et d'enregistrer un disque.
- Shirley et Steeve sont déconcertés (et semblent dégoutés) par le pied du présentateur.
- Shirley a participé aux ARIA Music Awards (cérémonie australienne) où elle a remis un prix à Dave Graney (le roi de la Pop en Australie): elle ne l'avait jamais rencontré avant, et en montant sur le podium pour recevoir son prix, il a ignoré Shirley; il a embrassé et remercier Chrissie Hynde mais pas un regard vers Shirley.

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08 avril 2017

03/10/1996 Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australie

Garbage Album Tour


03 octobre 1996
Entertainment Centre
Adelaide

Australie


Groupe

Shirley Manson (chant, guitare)
Steeve Marker (guitare et clavier)
Duke Erikson (guitare et clavier)
Butch Vig (batterie)
Daniel Shulman (guitare basse)


- Première partie: Pollyanna -


 Setlist

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01/10/1996 Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hong Kong, Chine

Garbage Album Tour


01 octobre 1996
Queen Elizabeth Stadium
Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Chine


Groupe

Shirley Manson (chant, guitare)
Steeve Marker (guitare et clavier)
Duke Erikson (guitare et clavier)
Butch Vig (batterie)
Daniel Shulman (guitare basse)


 Setlist

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28/09/1996 Harbour Pavilion, Singapour

Garbage Album Tour


28 septembre 1996
Harbour Pavilion
Singapour

Singapour


Groupe

Shirley Manson (chant, guitare)
Steeve Marker (guitare et clavier)
Duke Erikson (guitare et clavier)
Butch Vig (batterie)
Daniel Shulman (guitare basse)


 Setlist

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