What's so good? Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and James Blake are set to perform live under the name of their first recorded song in 2011, Fall Creek Boys Choir. The performance, which will see the pair reunite after a long break, are set...Show More Summary
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and the National’s Aaron Dessner are bringing the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival back to Eau Claire, Wisconsin for its second year this summer. The lineup has yet to be officially announced, but they’ve just sent out a mixtape cassette featuring “b-sides, demos, home recordings, and spontaneous contributions” from artists […]
James Blake photo by Tom Spray; Justin Vernon photo by Natalie Kardos Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and the National's Aaron Dessner are bringing the second Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival back to Wisconsin on August 12-13. A cassetteShow More Summary
Crooners to appear together at Vernon's Eaux Claires Festival alongside Bon Iver, Bruce Hornsby, Jon Hopkins, and more.
Sounds like: Novo Amor, Bon Iver, Beacon, Jose Gonzalez Song: Kyson - You What's so good? Well here's a beautiful tune for your ears. Berlin's Kyson shares his first single "You," which will appear on his sophomore album A Book Of Flying. Show More Summary
Former indie and major label musician (The Lemonheads, Blake Babies) turned music attorney John Strohm who represents, among others, The Alabama Shakes and Bon Iver shares his optimistic vision for the future of streaming and the music business in general. ________________________________ Guest post from Songspace The last 15 years have...
Last July, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver and Aaron Dessner of The National launched the Eaux Claires Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, gathering some of their favorite bands for what looked like a gorgeous, idyllic time. We still regret not shutting the office down and going up there. Show More Summary
MusicNOW, a collaboration-focused music festival founded by The National’s Bryce Dessner, has released video of a 2010 performance from Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon (accompanied by Dessners Aaron and Bryce of The National) covering Sharon Van Etten’s “Love More”. Watch below: Continue reading
MusicNOW is a collaboration-focused music festival held each year in Cincinnati, Ohio, founded by the National's Bryce Dessner. It will celebrate its 11th year March 18-20. Today, the lineup has been announced. To accompany the announcement, MusicNOW has shared a highlight from the festival's history. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, Whitley, Sufjan Stevens, Dustin Tebbutt, Husky, Matt Corby Song: Dan Southward - Demise What's so good? I wrote about the wonderfully haunting "Barabas" by Dan Southward a few months back, and have been listening...Show More Summary
Mavis Staples' Livin' On A High Note will be released on February 19th and will feature songs written for her by Nick Cave, Neko Case, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Tune-Yards, Benjamin Booker, Aloe Blacc and others. The follow-up to last year's Your Good Fortune EP, Livin' on a High is produced...
Mavis Staples is following up her Your Good Fortune EP with a new full-length. Livin' on a High Note is produced by M. Ward and features songs written specifically for Staples by Nick Cave, Justin Vernon, tUnE-yArds, Neko Case, Aloe Blacc, and others. Show More Summary
For a moment, it can be hard to pin down the music of Ed Tullett, an English musician born in Oxford but based in Brighton. Here’s a starting point: He once remixed Bon Iver’s “Hinnom, TX,” and at 22 years old Tullett has already extrapolated his own weird mixture of electronica and folk that goes […]
The National have been planning a Grateful Dead tribute compilation for years now, and next year, it’ll finally be out in the world. We already knew that Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon would be participating in some way, but now we know exactly what he’s doing: Jambands.com reports that Bruce Hornsby has revealed in a 2015-in-review […]
Dazed reports that David Bowie, Björk, Thom Yorke, Damon Albarn, Phil Selway, Courtney Barnett, Robert Plant, Chrissie Hynde, Bobby Gillespie, My Morning Jacket, Bon Iver’s S. Carey, and more signed an open letter asking international leaders to reach a deal at the UN’s climate change conference in Paris on Monday. 300 artists, musicians, and other […]
Whoever said "tis' the season to be jolly" never heard of Bon Iver.
In February, Justin Vernon and Co. will be heading to Asia for the first time.
Photo by Natalie Kardos Aside from their headlining spot at Eaux Claires this summer, Bon Iver haven't played much in the recent past. Early next year, they'll head out on tour. Justin Vernon tweets that they're playing some shows in...Show More Summary
Bon Iver played their first show since 2012 at frontman Justin Vernon’s Eaux Claires festival this summer. Even though they debuted two new songs during their set, the future of the project seemed uncertain, with Vernon saying that they were just focusing on this one show and had no plans after that. Well, now there […]
This Melbourne-based surfer girl is making waves thanks to poised love songs that belie her 19 years, and strike a balance between Lana and Bon Iver.