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Joanna Newsom's always been a storyteller. On 2004's The Milk-Eyed Mender the tales were richly and eccentrically meandering, even if the songs have retrospectively proven to be the most concise and…   Read Story »
We've heard the stylistically diverse "81" pastoral and jazzy "Good Intentions Paving Company" outing. Now, after adding the gorgeous 9-minute madrigal/short story "Kingfisher" to the Have One On Me…   Read Story »
So far people have been focusing more on Joanna Newsom's press photos and album art than her sounds. Two songs into the three-disc Have One On Me we've gone from "'81"'s plaintive, pastoral (and…   Read Story »
There's always a shade of intrigue surrounding Joanna Newsom's album cover art. Perhaps that's because she's cultivated such a marketable image these past few years. Take the halcyon Ys era: Some of…   Read Story »
Joanna Newsom introduced the world to Have One On Me via a cryptic comic before she performed some of its songs live in Australia on her birthday. One of those tracks was/is "'81," a delicate…   Read Story »
The Joanna news kicked up unexpectedly a week ago via comic strip, just as we were getting used to copping all our Newsom news from fashion mags. The main motto is Have One On Me, which will not only…   Read Story »
When MGMT released Ray Tintori's trippy vid for Oracular Spectacular's inescapable monster jam, it seemingly terrified one child, certainly terrified three seniors, and essentially polarized everyone…   Read Story »
(via dragcity) ? UPDATE: It's official! New album Have One On Me out 2/23.   Read Story »
This year in music was great and we'rea gonna let it finish (sorry), but in terms of notable album releases the ship has sailed. No offense, 30 Seconds To Mars. While the Gummys' virtual poll booth…   Read Story »
The bra commercial, the urban mom video cameo, popping up as an anonymous model on a street-style blog, and now a photo for Giorgio Armani's United Artist campaign for W mag: Joanna Newsom's in the…   Read Story »