photo: Bon Iver in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin) Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and The National's Aaron Dessner are holding their second annual Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin on August 12-13. The official...
The tape, released by the Eaux Claires Festival, teases the festival lineup with songs from the likes of James Blake collaboration Fall Creek Boys Choir, Tenement, and Shabazz Palaces.
Justin Vernon's gearing up for his second Eaux Claires Music Festival — where last year, Bon Iver debuted two new songs — and to get fans pumped for all those sounds of summer sadness, early ticket-buyers have received a cassette compilation of artists expected to perform. Naturally, Bon Iver are... More »
The Eaux Claires Music & Arts festival, a Wisconsin music festival in the “2007 indie rock” genre, is predictably analog friendly. It’s run by Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and …Read More
Sounds like: Volcano Choir, The Tallest Man On Earth, James Vincent McMorrow What's so good? It doesn't matter how old this track is, anything Bon Iver related puts a smile on my dial. Apparently recorded sometime around 2009-2010, "Haven,...Show More Summary
This previously unreleased track from Bon Iver called “Haven, Mass”, dating back to 2009-2010, was distributed to Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival ticket holders. One of them was kind enough to share it with the world.Listen below: Continue reading
It was recently revealed that the organizers of Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival sent out limited edition cassettes to ticketholders. It featured demos and B-sides from artists on the festival's lineup. One of the songs is "Haven, Mass" by Bon Iver. Someone has shared audio of the track, and Justin Vernon tweeted that it dates back to 2009 or 2010. Listen below.
Unreleased demo was unearthed to tease forthcoming Eaux Claires Music Festival lineup.
Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and the National’s Aaron Dessner are organizing the second annual Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival in Eau Claire, Wisconsin this summer. The lineup hasn’t been officially announced yet, but over the weekend, they sent a cassette featuring b-sides and demos from artists on the bill to fans who bought early […]
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...