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Next week, Cat Power releases her excellent new album Sun, her first LP of new material in six years and her first-ever foray into electronic pop textures. It's the sort of thing that will show up on…   Read Story »
If you're an indie rock fan of a certain vintage, then the phrase "Cat Power breakup record" might inspire a certain dread in your heart. You might have uncomfortable memories of watching Chan…   Read Story »
We've heard two tracks from Sun, Cat Power's forthcoming album, and both "Ruin" and "Cherokee" embrace pieces of pop music that we might have never expected to cross Chan Marshall's radar: textured…   Read Story »
Last month, Chan Marshall, aka Cat Power, released her first single since 2006, "Ruin." The track comes from her forthcoming Matador long-player, Sun, which is Marshall's first album of entirely…   Read Story »
It's our first mixtape of summer! Accordingly, you should probably just act first and think later and just download it with reckless abandon, as you should do absolutely everything now that it is the…   Read Story »
Last week we heard "Ruin," a strikingly upbeat number from Cat Power's new album Sun. Today, NPR's All Songs Considered debuted another track, the album opener "Cherokee." It's a percussive, uptempo…   Read Story »
Chan Marshall hasn't released a new Cat Power album since the 2008 covers collection Jukebox, but she'll return to the game in September with the new LP Sun, an album that she recorded around the…   Read Story »
Chan Marshall keeps it pretty real on the Cat Power Twitter handle, so this one's all her. New album announcement: I HAVE FINISHED MY RECORD.— chan marshall (@CATPOWER) April 21,…   Read Story »
Cat Power had been planning to play a 2/13 show in Tel Aviv, but on her Facebook, she claims that she won't be playing that show after all. After initially posting something about figuring out a way…   Read Story »
As promised via her Twitter over the last week, today Cat Power unveiled a new version of "King Rides By" (originally from her '96 LP What Would the Community Think) and a Giovanni Ribisi-directed…   Read Story »