BY Laurie in Music Stuff on Jan 29, 2010 |
Hey did you know there is a new She & Him record coming out on Merge on March 23rd? So excited for that, and I just thought I'd post this adorable video for Friday fun times, if this does not make you smile, there is something seriously wrong with your face!! Lets bring back crinolines and jazz hands!
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BY Laurie in Music Stuff on Jan 26, 2010 |
Singer-songwriter extraordinaire, Patty Griffin, releases a new album today of Inspirational material called Downtown Church (Credential/EMI). I’m lovin’ it so much that I need to testify to you all about how great it is. Let’s face it, not alot of white girls (the great Neko Case aside) can sing this type of material and pull it off but, but then again, they ain’t Patty Griffin. The songs found here run the gamut from hymn style ... Read More
BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Jan 20, 2010 |
Melissa Auf der Maur has spent the last five years working on her second solo album, Out of Our Minds, and she will totally punch your lights out if you let it leak before the March 23rd release date. She told me as much, and much more, during an early afternoon phone call where we touched on such topics as aliens, David Lynch, and the "C word."And by "C word," I mean Courtney. Melissa is probably most known for having spent five years playing bass for Hole, as ... Read More
BY Phoebe Magee in Music Stuff on Jan 15, 2010 |
Oh that's right.
On the last day of March, the New-York-Post-canonized "Our Lady of Perpetual Motion" will release recordings from her 2008 "Sticky and Sweet" global concert tour on DVD and CD. The video portion was filmed over four days in Buenos Aires, and also includes backstage footage from other stops around the world.
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BY Kelly McClure in Music Stuff on Jan 13, 2010 |
Okkervil River took a break from their year long lull in touring to perform with Levon Helm at the NYC venue Terminal 5 last week. Seeing Okkervil as an opening band can be disappointing because their sets are over in what feels like seconds, and even when the band is headlining a performance there is never enough time once you’re immersed in their songs and the stories within them. The band took the stage at 8pm on the dot and played a solid forty-five ... Read More