Last fall, Bon Iver touched down in Berlin, where they spent a few days around their 22, A Million release performing at Michelberger Music. The event, a massive not-for-profit gathering 80 different artists at Funkhaus studios, wasShow More Summary
Bestcasts asks podcasters to discuss the three most memorable episodes of their podcast. Ties are allowed/encouraged. For more podcast coverage, see Podmass, The A.V. Club’s weekly roundup of the best ’casts out there. The podcasters: For more than five years, Bryan Safi and Erin Gibson have been Throwing Shade weekly. Show More Summary
He's joined on the Blood Bank EP standout by longtime collaborator S. Carey.
In early October of last year, Justin Vernon and the rest of Bon Iver descended upon Funkhaus studios in Berlin for Michelberger Music, a massive art event/festival that Vernon co-organized alongside the National’s Aaron and Bryce Dessner, and others. Show More Summary
The Take Away Shows, the long-running video series from the French website La Blogothèque, are usually the musical equivalent of a Dogme 95 film. They capture musicians playing out in public, unamplified, with no camera cuts and all natural lighting. But in the latest edition, the people behind the series have broken tradition, filming a…
Sounds like: Dustin Tebbutt, Bon Iver, Sigur Ros, Coldplay What's so good? Jacob Ithurburn returns with a stunning and stripped down performance of Brolly’s latest in “Things That Keep Me Up At Night.” Over a year since the single “I...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bon Iver, Haux, Novo Amor What's so good? Dom Robinson, a singer-songwriter from Leeds, England, was recently put on my radar by my new UK friend claiming sounds reminiscent of Bon Iver. After listening to his 2015 EP, Elska,...Show More Summary
Tool, Mumford and Sons, Chance the Rapper, Bon Iver, Sigur Rós, The xx, Run the Jewels, Solange, and many more.
The 2017 edition of Boston Calling includes Tool, Mumford & Sons, Chance the Rapper, Bon Iver, The xx, Sigur Ros, Solange, Run the Jewels, Wolf Parade, Piebald, and more. Continue reading…
As Boston Calling moves from City Hall Plaza for the first time, The 2o17 festival will take place n at the Harvard Athletic Complex in Allston and the lineup is its strongest yet This year’s event taking place May 26 to 28, will beShow More Summary
Sounds like: James Blake, Bon Iver, Jeff Buckley, Blood Orange What's so good? We're just a few weeks away from Process, the highly anticipated debut album of the ludicrously talented Sampha. It's strange to consider that this is his...Show More Summary
Frank Ocean has a busy year ahead of him. The singer was recently announced as one of the headliners of this year’s Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona, together with Arcade Fire and Bon Iver. Now Ocean has just been revealed as one of the headliners of the second-ever Panorama Festival in NYC. See below for […]
#NowPlaying The Cheapest Key by Kathleen Edwards F is my favorite letter, as you know I think I like the 2011 Asking for Flowers better than the over-produced (but still fascinating) Voyageur. Too much Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) in the mix in that newer effort, and it doesn’t fell like it’s hers, as much.
Due to "personal reasons," Bon Iver have canceled all dates from their upcoming European tour (as well as an appearance on A Prairie Home Companion). € 20TøøøøøøøøüR17 has died as it lived: not existing at all. Thus also ends my impassioned plea to find meaning in life, to be allowed to join Bon Iver as their woodblock player. NOT THAT IT WAS GOING WELL AT ALL THANKS FOR ASKING.
On Dec. 4, just before Bon Iver took the stage at Pioneer Works, an old ironworks warehouse turned nonprofit arts and culture space, these prophetic words from Union Army officer Sullivan Ballou echoed off the Civil War-era brick walls: "Sarah,...Show More Summary
Bon Iver has axed a series of concerts and an appearance on A Prairie Home Companion citing “personal reasons.” The announcement was made in a tweet, in which the band said: “Our deepest apologies to all our fans. We will be back.” It’s...Show More Summary
In 10 days, Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon was supposed to make an appearance on Chris Thile's rebooted NPR show Prairie Home Companion, doing his thing in front of a large Chicago audience. And in a couple of months, he and the rest of Bon Iver were set to head off on a month-long European…
“Personal reasons” are being cited for the decision.
Justin Vernon and co. plan to return in time for summer festival circuit.
Bon Iver have canceled their upcoming European tour behind 22, A Million. Justin Vernon’s planned January 14 appearance on the Minnesota Public Radio program “A Prairie Home Companion” has also been canceled. In a note on the band’sShow More Summary