Here, we talk to the highly conscious and epically loquacious artist (this interview is, like, very condensed) about drawing to impress girls, worthlessness comples, and the mystery of the Great Sphinx.
What a nice way to start: A blank cover and blank pages.
Then he spent the next decade or so playing dodge-and-weave with consistently morphing musical sounds, record labels, bases of operation, famous and not-famous-but-still-insanely-beautiful-girlfriends, and, yes, hairstyles.
(If anyone can be credited with jump-starting the current beardedness—cultural lifetimes before Al Gore or Joaquin Phoenix or Jared Leto sprouted face fuzz—it is Banhart.), is that when Banhart’s name goes missing from the "News" department for too long, it’s because he’s making visual art, a practice that has been with him at least as long as writing songs.
You have officially been granted access to the mezzanine.
Did you and she bond over your connections to the Star Wars universe? So we just avoided the subject for the sake of my mental state.
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I try to forget that the prequels exist, I really do. I’m sure I’m not the paragon, but I hope that I’m amongst them, at least on the lower levels.
I hope I am at least up there in the echelons of nerds that you’ve interviewed.