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Little Scream – “Silent Moon” Video

Last year, the Montreal musician Little Scream released her album Cult Following, which included contributions from indie rock A-listers like Sufjan Stevens, Sharon Van Etten, and members of TV On The Radio and the National. Today, she's shared a new video for the woozy ballad "Silent Moon." In the dreamlike video, the drag performer Neon…

Angel Olsen shares "Who's Sorry Now?" cover from 'The Man in the High Castle' soundtrack

Like Sharon Van Etten's version of "The End of The World," Angel Olson's version of the Connie Francis classic stays very true to the original and she does it justice. Continue reading…

Hear Sharon Van Etten Elegantly Cover Skeeter Davis’ “The End Of The World”

musicisart magazine Hear Sharon Van Etten Elegantly Cover Skeeter Davis’ “The End Of The World” Sharon Van Etten covers “The End of the World” for The Man in the High Castle. Sharon Van Etten’s take on Skeeter Davis’ “The End of theShow More Summary

Listen to Sharon Van Etten Cover “The End of the World” for “The Man in the High Castle”

Danger Mouse and producer Sam Cohen have created the soundtrack for Amazon’s series “The Man in the High Castle.” The resulting album is called Resistance Radio, and it features Angel Olsen, Beck, the Shins, MGMT’s Andrew VanWyngarden, Karen O, Sharon Van Etten, Kevin Morby, Grandaddy, and more covering popular ’60s songs. Show More Summary

Sharon Van Etten – “The End Of The World” (Skeeter Davis Cover)

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Sharon Van Etten is about to become a mom any day now, but she hasn't let that stop her from recording new music. The people behind the Amazon TV show The Man In The High Castle, which imagines the way America might look after the Nazis had won World War II, have put together an…

Sharon Van Etten covers “The End of the World” for The Man in the High Castle — listen

Danger Mouse-produced soundtrack also features Beck, The Shins, Angel Olsen, Grandaddy, more.

hear Sharon Van Etten's gorgeous cover of "The End of the World"

SVE covers one of the greatest songs of all time for the forthcoming The Man In The High Castle soundtrack, which also features covers of classics from Beck, Angel Olsen, Karen O, Kevin Morby, and others, out soon on Danger Mouse's 30th Century Records. Continue reading…

Land of Talk announce new LP (check out "Inner Lover") & North American tour

Land of Talk's first album in seven years features appearances by Sharon Van Etten, Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, The Besnard Lakes and more. Continue reading…

watch Pavo Pavo & 17 friends say goodbye to Manhattan Inn by covering George Harrison's "Wah-Wah"

Pavo Pavo covered George Harrison's song -- with help from a 17-piece band which featured members of Lucius, Antibalas, San Fermin, Eleanor Friedberger and Sharon Van Etten's bands -- as a farewell to the now-shuttered Brooklyn venue. Continue reading…

Angel Olsen - Fly On Your Wall

Sounds like: Sharon Van Etten, Joanna Newsome, Alvvays What's so good? It might seem surreal, but Donald Trump is officially the President of the United States of America. Nobody could have predicted the host of The Apprentice wouldShow More Summary

Sharon Van Etten covered Leonard Cohen w/ Kevin Morby, debuted new songs at ACLU/PP benefit show (pics, video)

Last night's sold-out benefit for Planned Parenthood and The ACLU also had Beirut, Kevin Morby, Daniel Rossen, and Hand Habits. Continue reading…

Watch A 7-Months-Pregnant Sharon Van Etten Play New Songs At ACLU And Planned Parenthood Benefit In Brooklyn

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Sharon Van Etten played new songs at an anti-Trump benefit for Planned Parenthood and the ACLU that took place at Music Hall Of Williamsburg last night. The musician is seven months pregnant, and she played a few older songs for the audience -- like "Serpent," "Lucky Stars," and "Don't Do It" -- on top of…

Hand Habits preps new LP for Woodsist (listen), playing ACLU/PP benefit tonight w/ Sharon Van Etten, Kevin Morby & more

"Wildly Idle feels incredibly intimate, like a secret between her and the listener. It hits soft, like warm water, and before you know it it is all around you – a bath, and Meg’s whisper has made its way inside you." - Kevin Morby. Continue reading…

Sharon Van Etten scored 'Strange Weather' which is screening in NY

She also appeared in The OA, with Big Thief at Bowery Ballroom, and is playing a benefit for Planned Parenthood and The ACLU. Continue reading…

Sharon Van Etten on The OA, Twin Peaks, and Her ‘Surreal’ Acting Debut

Sharon Van Etten, a singer-songwriter with no significant acting experience, is pretty much the last person you’d expect to see in a major TV show. Then again, the standard rules don’t apply for The OA, which premiered on Netflix in December with less than a week’s notice, and comes suffused ... More »

Big Thief played Bowery Ballroom, joined by Sharon Van Etten (pics, videos)

Twain and and Big Thief's Saddle Creek labelmate Sam Evian opened the show. Continue reading…

Sharon Van Etten on How Opening for Nick Cave Led to Her Role in “The OA”

As Sharon Van Etten was promoting her last album, 2014’s Are We There, she realized she had reached two diverging paths. One led to more of the same: a life spent on the road nine months out of the year, with the ongoing struggle to maintain relationships back home. Show More Summary

Sharon Van Etten Is Also Dying To Know What Happens Next On 'The OA'

3 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Warning: This post involves some spoilers for “The OA.” Halfway through December, Netflix quietly released eight episodes worth of a sci-fi thriller called “The OA.” Starring a cast of fairly unknown actors (perhaps Jason Isaacs andShow More Summary

Sharon Van Etten & Riz Ahmed Have Roles In Netflix’s The OA

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

We already knew Rostam Batmanglij collaborated on the music for Netflix's The OA, but it turns out the mysterious new fantasy/sci-fi series has another connection to the indie rock world. A character named Rachel looks suspiciously like Sharon Van Etten, and as Brooklyn Vegan points out, Van Etten confirmed on Instagram today that she did…

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