Posts Tagged: Angel Olsen

Album of the Week: Forced Witness by Alex Cameron

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“Where does one draw the line when you as a person believe in progress, but as a writer feel like you need to focus on people who would challenge that, who would ask us to regress?”

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Album of the Week: Molly Burch’s Please Be Mine

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Torch songs, i.e. “sentimental love songs, typically one in which the singer laments an unrequited love,” were once the flagship of every respected crooner: with sultry lonesomeness, a smooth voice would dance above the elegant orchestra accompaniment, singing of lovers lost or unreciprocated romance. Fitting comfortably in the gap between Angel Olsen and Lana Del Rey, […]

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Our First 100 Days

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Our First 100 Days, started in conjunction with Secretly Group and 30 Songs, 30 Days, will release 100 previously unreleased songs via Bandcamp throughout Trump’s first 100 days in office. Sold in a subscription format for a minimum contribution of $30, fans will receive one song per day across the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. All profits will benefit […]

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Sound & Vision: John Congleton

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Allyson McCabe speaks with GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer John Congleton about what it’s like to make music in today’s technological and economic environments, and the benefits of being open to adaptation.

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Song of the Day: “Too Small For Eyes”

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The delicate, wounded sound of Kristine Leschper’s voice is the first thing that stands out from her band Mothers’s new release, When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired. Like a reed instrument, it trills and dips with a gentle dexterity that belies its strength. Her bandmates—drummer Matthew Anderegg, guitarist Drew Kirby, and bassist Patrick Morales—show […]

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