by Tatiana Tenreyro photo: Andrew Bird at LPR in 2015 (more by Sachyn Mital) Andrew Bird tested out new material last year, hinting at the making of a new record. He officially announced today the release of his new album,...
The songwriter announces new album 'Are You Serious,' featuring collaborations with Fiona Apple and Blake Mills.
Plus, hear the studio version of lead single "Capsized".
Photo by Reuben Cox Andrew Bird has announced his latest album, Are You Serious. The follow-up to last year's experimental album Echolocations: Canyon arrives April 1 via Loma Vista. It features "Capsized," the new track he debuted last night on "Conan," as well as collaborations with Fiona Apple and Blake Mills. Show More Summary
Did Chris Martin run over a paparazzo with his Jeep earlier this year while his family was in the car? I don’t know, Gawker doesn’t know, Shania Twain thinks no one needs to know, Fiona Apple knows but won’t tell us, and the man who was allegedly struck by Martin claims to know and is suing him because of it. Read more...
There are some voices that just grab you immediately and refuse to let go: Alex Saraceno has been gifted with one of those, a mix between Fiona Apple’s boundless leaps and Regina Spektor’s more idiosyncratic side, mixed with a certain firepower all her own. Within the first few minutes of Buried Men, her second full-length […]
Beck, Fiona Apple, Jakob Dylan and Cat Power anchored an all-star tribute to classic California acts of the Sixties like the Byrds, Beach Boys and Buffalo Springfield at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles Monday night. Per a Los Angeles Times report, Dylan served as the de facto leader of the aptly titled Echo in the...
As part of an homage to The Byrds, The Beach Boys, and the Mamas and the Papas.
Photo by Piper Ferguson Last night, a tribute concert called Echo in the Canyon took place at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles. It featured artists covering songs by the Beach Boys, the Byrds, the Mamas & the Papas, the Turtles, the Association, Buffalo Springfield, and more. Show More Summary
As we previously reported, the Echo In The Canyon tribute to California folk-rock took place last night at the Orpheum in LA. Jakob Dylan was a main player, frequently accompanied by Fiona Apple and Cat Power. Beck also showed up for a few songs, as well as Regina Spektor and Jade, a former member of […]
October 12, a group of Los Angeles residing artists will come together at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles for a one-time concert event called Echo in the Canyon. The confirmed line-up includes Fiona Apple, Beck, Jakob Dylan, Cat Power, Regina Spektor, and Jade (formerly of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes). Show More Summary
If you’ve ever listened to one of Beck’s quiet and moody albums, like Sea Change or his recent Morning Phase, and thought, “Man, Beck sounds like he should be playing in Laurel Canyon in the ’60s,” it seems Beck might agree with you....Show More Summary
The cover will appear on Echo in the Canyon, featuring 60's SoCal folk-rock covers performed by Fiona Apple, Beck, and Regina Spektor.
Fiona Apple, Beck and several other musicians have recorded covers of songs by artists who emerged from Southern California's fruitful Sixties rock scene for a tribute album, Echo in the Canyon. The LP's smooth and loungey recording of Cat Power and Jakob Dylan dueting on the Turtles' "You Showed Me,"...
Southern California folk rock is getting its own tribute show this fall. Artists like Cat Power, Fiona Apple, Beck, Regina Spektor, Jade (formerly of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros), and Jakob Dylan will cover songs by artists like the Beach Boys, the Byrds, the Mamas & the Papas, the Turtles, the Association, Buffalo Springfield, […]
Regina Spektor and Jakob Dylan also covering The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, more.
On October 12, Fiona Apple, Beck, Cat Power, Regina Spektor, Jakob Dylan, and Jade (formerly of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes) will perform at Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre for a tribute concert called Echo in the Canyon. TheShow More Summary
Fiona Apple singin' some songs, Halloween costumes for kids in wheelchairs, including black women in the fat acceptance movement, teachers of color, why Ikea makes you want to die, I'm disappointed in this one Kickstarter, television's...Show More Summary
YouTube Here's an absolutely great band playing some fun bluegrass-style music for a Sunday afternoon. Fiona Apple gets to be a dog in this one. September 15, 2015 by BOB BOILEN The Watkins Family Hour began a dozen or so years ago as a way for a group of friends to...
Watching Fiona Apple have unmitigated fun while performing is a rare opportunity: in concert — and especially performing her album The Idler Wheel — she channels the emotional rawness of her albums in what always looks like a self-flagellating internal battle. …Read More