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The beginning of Natalie Prass' album is both plainspoken and grandiose. Prass pours out her heart with a pillowy gentleness, her words fluttering like feathers as she details her internal turmoil.…   Read Story »
Father John Misty kicked off his tour last night with a show inside of a barn at Rolling Camp Railroads in Felton, California. He debuted a bunch of new songs from his forthcoming album I Love You,…   Read Story »
The former Fleet Foxes drummer Josh Tillman is about to release I Love You, Honeybear, the second album from his '70s hippie lounge-lizard persona Father John Misty. Up until this morning, all we've…   Read Story »
Father John Misty has shared a short trailer for his upcoming sophomore album I Love You, Honeybear, which he announced earlier this month with a performance of lead single "Bored In The USA" on…   Read Story »
This week Azealia Banks released her very long-awaited debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste, out of fucking nowhere. It was so sudden that she's going to have to wait till next week to make it…   Read Story »
Father John Misty is the musical guest on Letterman tonight, and his performance has turned up a little early. The folk-rocker sings a new song called "Bored In The USA," which he's been performing…   Read Story »
Despite its modern sheen, much of Josh Tillman's exultant lounge-ready folk-rock as Father John Misty sounds like it could have been conceived and recorded in 1971. So of course when he covers Cat…   Read Story »
"Hey, hey, hey! Hello and welcome to Seatte-Tacoma International Airport!" says Quincy Jones, prerecorded and played back over the airport's overhead announcement system. Linger inside long enough…   Read Story »
Earlier this week, Johnny Cash's lost 1980s album Out Among The Stars finally saw the light of day. La Blogothèque put together a beautifully shot tribute to the late artist featuring Brandon…   Read Story »
Today, Beck's Mellow Gold turned 20 years old, and to celebrate, he's playing Saturday Night Live -- for the seventh time in his career -- with host Jim Parsons. (Well, to celebrate and maybe also to…   Read Story »