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Grass Widow have always maintained an uncompromisingly art-first ethos about music, releasing finely-crafted records brimming with ideas and inspirations. So it's unsurprising that members of the Bay…   Read Story »
There's no other band that sounds quite like Grass Widow. The San Francisco post-punk three-piece composed of drummer Lillian Maring, guitarist Raven Mahon, and bassist Hannah Lew consistently churns…   Read Story »
The clip for Grass Widow's "Goldilocks Zone" -- a term that refers to a hypothetical habitat for extraterrestrial life -- marries Twilight Zone-y visuals with the band's favored DIY aesthetic. True…   Read Story »
"Goldilocks Zone," a track we posted in March, was the first glimpse we had of Grass Widow's new one Internal Logic, a propulsive groove that radiated a sound appropriate of a more focused approach.…   Read Story »
We last heard from Grass Widow earlier this year, when we posted their single "Disappearing Industries." Now, the trio is preparing to release a new album called Internal Logic, and we've got the…   Read Story »
San Francisco's Grass Widow have a new split 7" (with the band Nature) on the way next month. It comes via M'Lady's Records. The label is relevant, primarily because it is the most recent in a long…   Read Story »
We're on the other side of CMJ now, which you could probably tell by the uptick in the music news cycle, or by some bloggers' (could be any bloggers, no way to know who I am talking about) bleary…   Read Story »
Our last taste of Past Time came via the pastoral "Shadow," a track featuring the group's signature three-part harmonizing. The SF trio occasionally put random lyrics up on the screen for this hazy…   Read Story »
Last year Grass Widow released a self-titled LP via Make-A-Mess and a 12" on Captured Tracks. In August, expect a new full length Past Time out on Kill Rock Stars, the perfect label for the San…   Read Story »