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Many of us became very, very happy earlier this year when we learned that Fiona Apple was on her way back with new music. Her next album, which she's given the endearingly ridiculous title The Idler…   Read Story »
HBO's medieval drama Game Of Thrones premieres April 1, and this season's plot involves five different claims to the throne and these respective factions' ongoing clobbering of one another…   Read Story »
Last week, Fiona Apple played her first two solo shows in a few years at SXSW. The one I saw, at Stubb's, was a pretty magical affair -- a great talent gutting her way through obvious issues of…   Read Story »
Part of the deal with loving Fiona Apple is feeling protective of her, perhaps even condescendingly so. It's tough to judge her new songs on first listen, especially live, because you (you meaning…   Read Story »
...The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw, And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do. Compared to the full title of her sophomore album, that's positively…   Read Story »
Fiona Apple back! Last month, we got the news that the great singer-songwriter would release a new album sometime this year. Last week, Pitchfork announced that she's play at one of the site's SXSW…   Read Story »
Fiona Apple has been in the game for nearly two decades now, and yet she only has three albums to her name. The last one, the very good Extraordinary Machine, came out way the hell back in 2005. And…   Read Story »
Considering the ticks, tricks, and propensity toward panic attacks the lovely Fiona Apple and pal/extraordinarily talented producer Jon Brion possess between them, the sweetly reverential take on…   Read Story »
Fiona Apple hasn't had an LP since 2005's Extraordinary Machine, a release with so many delays that it doesn't seem that strange that it's taken five years for her to produce a followup. According to…   Read Story »
We often post about literacy charity 826's great music fundraisers (LCD Soundsystem DJing the 826NYC prom, their Revenge Of The Bookeaters shows). The group's workshops (and storefronts -- I used to…   Read Story »