Showing All "Joanna Newsom" Posts

"Sprout And Bean"'s b-side ("What We Have Known") is getting its own slab of single-sided vinyl (well, only one side is playable; the other has an etching and it all comes in a "Civil War styled…   Read Story »
A set of behind-the-scenes photos posted on directors' Karni & Saul's Flickr reveals that Joanna Newsom has filmed a music video for Have One On Me standout "Good Intentions Paving Company." The…   Read Story »
Hopefully by now you've heard Smother, the third album from Wild Beasts. As with all their records, it feels like it comes out of nowhere. And as always, I have trouble finding reference points to…   Read Story »
After watching the recently unearthed footage of Arcade Fire playing a house party in 2002 and a 17-year-old Robin Pecknold covering Radiohead and Simon & Garfunkel, I thought it would be fun to…   Read Story »
Joanna Newsom brought her harp and two taxidermy peacocks to The Late Show last night. Before she played, Letterman joked that the set looked like "... Sarah Palin's den" and asked Newsom if she did…   Read Story »
M. Ward's cover of "Sadie" appears on Versions Of Joanna, a 22-track Dylan-punning compilation that also features Billy Bragg, Owen Pallett, and Ben Sollee remaking songs by Joanna Newsom. Ward's…   Read Story »
Earlier this week a rumor started going around that Joanna Newsom was set to appear on The Simpsons. According to Malibu Magazine, Newsom's credentials included, "... a future scheduled stop with her…   Read Story »
The best part of this video, however, is the description. It lets us know that Madeline has been asking to listen to Joanna Newsom since she started to talk, and that she refers to Newsom as "baby…   Read Story »
Joanna Newsom returned to Jimmy Kimmel Live (she did "Sprout And The Bean" years ago) to do "Me And You, Bess" and "81." Watch: (via CoS) Have One On Me is out now via Drag City.   Read Story »
Photos of a sold-out show on Saturday in L.A. by Joanna Newsom (complete with standing ovation and a female would-be-stage-crasher blocked by security), with an opening set by an apologetic Robin…   Read Story »