“I picked Jarboe, a musician who’d sing with Swans and Neurosis in the ’80s, but also does a lot of experimental rock and has released like 11 albums, still under the radar. Her full name is Jarboe La Salle Devereaux, and I always thought it was a stage name, but looking her up, I learned that she’s from New Orleans and that totally made sense, as to why she has this crazy name and her sound. She was trained classically as an opera singer and has organ training, and then started singing weird rock music. So I wanted to make a funky drink inspired by that—avant-garde, dark, super-bizarro, but amazing.
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