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Within the last year or so, Josh Tillman has gotten much more mileage out of his scraggly and mysterious musical alias, Father John Misty, than he has out of his real name: Since he took on the…   Read Story »
Driving to the Sasquatch! Festival on Thursday I opted to skip out on I-90 from Seattle and instead drive way up north and take Route 2. It still gets you where you're going, but the…   Read Story »
Last night, The Tonight Show had a rather unlikely musical guest: The debonair and dark-hearted self-made singer-songwriter Father John Misty, who should probably never appear anywhere that well-lit.…   Read Story »
Many commenters called us out for not including Father John Misty's Fear Fun on our list of the Top 50 Albums Of 2012, and you know what? You might have a point there. So we can begin the healing…   Read Story »
The S.S. Coachella sailed from Fort Lauderdale, FL to Jamaica and back between 12/19 and 12/23, along the way featuring performances from Pulp, Hot Chip, Yeasayer, and many more. Andrew Youssef was…   Read Story »
On last night's episode of Conan, the former Fleet Foxes percussionist J. Tillman, in his Father John Misty guise, acted as musical guest. In singing his Fear Fun single "Nancy From Now On," Tillman…   Read Story »
From The Basement, the live-music show created by Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, is back for season three, and a couple of its episodes are now streaming online. And these episodes feature some…   Read Story »
Nigel Godrich's television series From The Basement is back for another round this year, and last week's season debut featured performances by the Shins, Aimee Man and Father John Misty. The first…   Read Story »
The latest entry to AV Club's latest Undercover series is Father John Misty's straight-up-but-real-nice take on the Flaming Lips' classic "Do You Realize??" Watch it below. Fear Fun is out now…   Read Story »
This happens to be a great week for the low-budget video, full of immediate grainy cinematography and big cheap ideas and strong visual sensibilities. For whatever reason, it's been especially great…   Read Story »