Sounds like: Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes Song: Huxlee - Marquee What's so good? On "Marquee," LA singer-songwriter Huxlee uses open-tuned warbly guitars and asks why we sabotage positive and loving relationships, and if that sabotage...Show More Summary
Pitchfork reports that 20 years after it came out, Fiona Apple’s beloved debut album Tidal will be released on vinyl for the first time. Vinyl Me, Please, the subscription service behind the release (it’s their May 2017 “Record of the Month”), shared a Q&A with its head of music, Cameron Schaefer, in which he described the two […]
Fiona Apple’s 1996 debut album Tidal is getting its first-ever vinyl release. It will be out exclusively through Vinyl Me Please as the May 2017 Record of the Month. The 2xLP, 180g black vinyl was remastered from original analog tapes by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, and comes with a gatefold jacket, 12-page lyric booklet, and a 12x12 art print. Show More Summary
Radiohead kicked off their tour on Thursday night (3/31) at Miami's American Airlines Arena. Here's a detailed report from Kerry Jones with setlist and more pics, below... --- Fiona Apple tantalized and purified my soul, eyes, ears in...Show More Summary
Also: HAIM, Pixies, Ray Lamontagne, Dr. Dog, and The Orwells.
Sounds like: Fiona Apple, Feist, Regina Spektor Song: Caitlin Pasko - Me Alone What's so good? Off her upcoming release, Glass Period, Caitlin Pasko shatters stereotypes of what putting piano and classical elements in a song means. Floating...Show More Summary
Last year, Andrew Bird began a series called “Live From the Great Room,” where musicians join him in his home to perform an acoustic set. Guests included Fiona Apple, the National’s Matt Berninger, John C. Reilly, My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, and more. Show More Summary
Last week, director Kevin Hayes shared a video of Fiona Apple singing an a cappella rendition of SWV's 1992 single "Weak." And now, to celebrate Valentine's Day, he's filmed two goofy videos of her singing Frankie Valli's "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and Stevie Wonder's "I Just Called To Say I Love You" karaoke-style…
Three years before Fiona Apple released her debut album Tidal in 1996, the R&B trio SWV had a No. 1 hit with their single “Weak.” As it turns out, Fiona is an SWV fan. Director Kevin Hayes shared a clip of her singing an a cappella rendition of “Weak.” Watch it below via Stereogum. Show More Summary
Fiona Apple performed a brief, a capella version of SWV's 1992 single "Weak" for director Kevin Hayes, who posted the clip on his Instagram. It's a sparse rendition, but it's Fiona, so you know it's good. Thanks to Teco Apple for tipping us off on the clip! Check out Apple's cover below. …
Fiery music from Fiona Apple, Death Cab for Cutie, Eminem and more
May's is a voice that needs to be heard! So different! So special!! She reminds us a bit of Fiona Apple, but her voice and sound is totally her own! If you like haunting piano-driven pop, you will love Ballerino! Check it out above! Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from May!
Forget about the inauguration and lose yourself in Troye Sivan, Fiona Apple, and Ruby Rose.
Chicks before dicks!! Donald Trump may be putting his greasy paws all over the Capitol today, but tomorrow thousands of women will be putting their feet to the street! Related: Fiona Apple Drops Anti-Trump Song Tiny Hands Ahead Of Women's March! Women nationwide are banding together for the anti-Trump protests taking place in Washington D.C., Los Angeles, New [...]
A very minimal anti-Trump song by Fiona Apple gets an article of its own in The New York Times.
These silly protestor types crack me up. Fiona Apple is gearing up for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington with a new song, titled “Tiny Hands.” The singer-songwriter teamed up with composer Michael Whalen to create the minute-long track, which Apple recorded on her phone and released Tuesday. Show More Summary
The song is meant to serve as a chant for protesters speaking out against the President-elect
For two decades, Fiona Apple has proved herself immune to the tides of influence or forces of convention that sway many other artists of her stature. Pressure from her label, a pleading army of fans, the imperative to remain “relevant”—none of these earthbound concerns have roused Apple from her state of prolonged hibernation.
In anticipation of this weekend's Women's March on Washington, Fiona Apple has released a minute long anti-Trump anthem called "Tiny Hands." The song, written by Apple and Michael Whalen, features the rallying chant "we don't want your...Show More Summary