Sounds like: Sharon Van Etten, The War On Drugs, Wye Oak Song: Twin River - Anthony What's so good? Vancouver indie pop act Twin River return after a slight hiatus with rip-roaring new single "Anthony." The tune has a garage-rock vibe...Show More Summary
In the past, California Sunday Magazine and Mailchimp have paired up the likes of Bethany Cosentino & Molly Ringwald, Father John Misty & John C. Reilly, and Sharon Van Etten & Sharon Jones for their email conversation series “The Thread.” Their latest match-up is legendary Velvet Underground co-founder John Cale (who we also talked to […]
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
When we made the Texas-via-Chicago duo Cross Record a Band To Watch late last year, Chris DeVille described them thus: “if Sharon Van Etten and Swans started a post-rock band.” If that’s not enough to get you interested, please consider the shadowy, surreal black-and-white video for their ominous single “Basket.” I’m not exactly sure what […]
photo: Sharon Van Etten at Governors Ball 2015 (more by Gretchen Robinette) Catie Lazarus' "talk show about work" podcast Employee of the Month tapes in NYC next on Thursday, January 21 at Joe's Pub at 9:30 PM. She's got some...
"We brought a Corbières to share as well. Hit the spot." Before she made it big in the music industry, Sharon Van Etten worked at a wine store and even began training to become a sommelier. Life — as well as albums like Tramp and Are We There — happened, but wine is still important to Van Etten. Show More Summary
This week, Dinosaur Jr. have been playing a seven-night stand at New York’s Bowery Ballroom, and they’ve brought out a ton of special guests, including Kurt Vile, Jeff Tweedy, Henry Rollins, and Bob Mould. Last night, they had a maybe-even-more impressive list of guests. Comedian Eugene Mirman helped out on one song. Former Minutemen bassist […]
Mike Watt, Sharon Van Etten, Kurt Vile also make surprise appearances at Dino Jr.'s 30th anniversary gig.
by Bill Pearis Dinosaur Jr. with Kevin Shields / Sharon Van Etten / Kurt Vile / Mike Watt Dinosaur Jr. pulled out some big guns for their penultimate show of their seven-night 30th anniversary run at Bowery Ballroom. Most notably:.....
Jack Ladder & Sharon Van Etten (via Jack's Instagram) Australia's Jack Ladder & the Dreamlanders just brought their tour to NYC for shows at Baby's on 12/1 and Mercury Lounge last night (12/2). At last night's show, Sharon Van Etten...
California Sunday Magazine and Mailchimps’ Q&A series “The Thread” has been going all year, facilitating conversations between artists like Ben Gibbard & Mark Kozelek, Father John Misty & John C. Reilly, and Bethany Cosentino & Molly Ringwald. Their latest matchup is Sharon Van Etten and Sharon Jones (of And The Dap-Kings fame). They discuss life […]
Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders released their fourth album Playmates back in February, and it included not one, but two Sharon Van Etten collaborations. Now the Australian band, which includes Kirin J Callinan, has recorded a cover of Dire Straits’ classic “So Far Away.” The stripped-down bluesy-folk cover is a departure from the Dreamlanders’ usual […]
Cross Record specialize in creeping rock songs that blow in and out like storms, as if Sharon Van Etten and Swans started a post-rock band. Lead singer and songwriter Emily Cross haunts each track with understated whispers that blend personal trauma and epiphany with high-concept musings and Eastern philosophy, soaring into unhinged howls or delicate […]
Long-in-the-works covers album to feature Justin Vernon, The War on Drugs, Sharon Van Etten, and more.
M83, NiN, Sharon Van Etten and more feature on this anniversary playlist for Vevo.
photo: Dulli w/ Afghan Whigs @ Bowery Ballroom, 2012 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo) Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs has announced a solo tour for early 2016. He'll play Europe before going on a run of dates in the US,...
Plus, Dulli announces an intimate solo tour.
To announce his upcoming European and North American tour, Afghan Whigs/Twilight Singers frontman Greg Dulli put out a cover of Sharon Van Etten’s “A Crime” from her 2010 record epic. The track features vocals from singer-songwriter and longtime feminist icon Ani DiFranco. I didn’t think Van Etten’s song could get any heavier and sadder, but […]
The Afghan Whigs/Twilight Singers' Greg Dulli has announced a career-spanning solo tour beginning February 6 in Ireland that will continue throughout Europe and North America into the spring. Manuel Agnelli (of the band Afterhours) will...Show More Summary