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Photos: SXSW 2015

SXSW 2015 has come and gone. As Scott noted over the weekend, it was an altogether less corporate, less celebrity-infused, less insane experience than in recent years, though of course it was still at least a little corporate and celebrity-infused and insane. (We never did make it to the McDonald's showcase, damn.) A… More »

By: Chris DeVille / March 23, 2015

Stream Laura Marling Short Movie

The British singer-songwriter Laura Marling is 25 years old and already five albums into her career, and all of them are worth hearing. Her latest effort is Short Movie, a sprawling breakup album that shows an impressive stylistic range. We've heard a handful of songs from the intense, intimate LP: the title track, "More »

By: Tom Breihan / March 16, 2015

Laura Marling – “Strange”

Laura Marling has a new haircut, and a new album coming out toward the end of the month. The haircut is seemingly irrelevant, but pair Marling's new look with the bare-boned, intimate new recordings that we've heard from her, and it seems like a transformation worth noting. All three of the singles that we've… More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / March 12, 2015

Laura Marling – “I Feel Your Love”

Laura Marling's voice is electrifying even when it's subdued. Her precise, powerful phrases hit like lightning bolts before rescinding behind layers of expertly-picked acoustic guitar. On "I Feel Your Love" she builds a silo from her lover's favor, cloaking herself in it like a physical manifestation, until what was once a comfort becomes a cloying,… More »

By: Caitlin White / March 6, 2015

Gill Landry – “Take This Body” (Feat. Laura Marling) (Stereogum Premiere)

Folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gill Landry, a member of Old Crow Medicine Show and founder of the Kitchen Syncopators, is set to release his third solo album in less than two weeks. As the self-titled project quickly approaches, Landry offers "Take This Body," a gorgeously gloomy duet with Laura Marling about longing for more from… More »

By: Collin Robinson / February 23, 2015

Sun Kil Moon – “Sick Again” (Led Zeppelin Cover)

MOJO is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Led Zeppelin's sixth album with a tribute comp called Physical Graffiti Redrawn that will be included with the April 2015 issue. Among the new covers included on the collection is one from Sun Kil Moon, who took on "Sick Again." Mark Kozelek turns the bluesy closing track… More »

By: James Rettig / February 22, 2015

Laura Marling – “False Hope” Video

Laura Marling has shared a video for "False Hope," the spirited second single from her upcoming new record, Short Movie, which is her fifth album in seven years. It's a straight-forward visual, featuring Marling and her band performing in the studio without much fanfare. But when you're as magnetic of a performer as Marling… More »

By: James Rettig / February 18, 2015

Watch Laura Marling’s Short Film Woman Driver Featuring 3 New Songs

Laura Marling is the star in Woman Driver, a short film that was directed by Chris Perkel. It was written, directed, and edited as part of the 72-Hour National Film Challenge in Marfa, Texas, and won the award for Best In Genre, Best Actress, and Best Soundtrack. Marling co-wrote the film and plays a hitchhiker… More »

By: James Rettig / February 6, 2015

Watch Laura Marling Debut “Strange” In London

Following a year-long touring hiatus, UK singer Laura Marling has begun previewing tunes from her eagerly awaited Short Movie LP. We've already heard the stellar title track and the gritty, expansive "False Hope", but now she's shared "Strange," a freewheeling bluegrass stomper. Backed by a band complete with fiddle and upright bass,… More »

By: Aaron Lindenberg / February 4, 2015

Laura Marling – “False Hope”

Laura Marling is following up 2013's Once I Was An Eagle -- one of the best albums of that year -- with Short Movies, and she's just shared another track from it. Just like the already released title track, "False Hope" picks up the momentum at a galloping pace, with Marling traveling through what… More »

By: James Rettig / January 20, 2015

The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

This makes two years in a row now that an actual Album Of The Year contender has been released in the pre-holiday murk, a time traditionally reserved for Christmas compilations and extensive box sets, a time after lists of the year's best albums have been published. That's too bad -- it would be nice to… More »

By: Stereogum / December 19, 2014

Laura Marling – “Short Movie” Video

In 2013, the British folk singer Laura Marling released Once I Was An Eagle, one of those albums that sneaks up on you, where you might not realize how good it is until it's been in your life for a few months. Early next year, she'll follow that one with a new album called… More »

By: Tom Breihan / December 17, 2014

Beck’s Song Reader CD Tracklist Revealed: Jack White, Jarvis Cocker, Tweedy, Fun., & More

As previously speculated, Beck is finally releasing an official version of his 2012 sheet music album Song Reader at the end of the month. Beck will only be performing one song ("Heaven's Ladder") himself and the rest of the songs will be interpreted by other artists, including Jack White, Jarvis Cocker, Fun., father/so… More »

By: James Rettig / July 8, 2014

Watch Laura Marling Play New Song “Born To Love,” Cover Townes Van Zandt

If you care even a little about the ongoing health of folky singer-songwriter music, Laura Marling is your girl. Her 2013 album Once I Was An Eagle was one of the best recent examples of the genre in action, and she might already have new music in the works. The lovely unreleased song "Bor… More »

By: Tom Breihan / February 12, 2014

Laura Marling – “Devil’s Resting Place” Video

We named Laura Marling's Once I Was An Eagle one of our Top 25 Albums Of 2013 So Far, and yesterday, the 23-year-old British songstress released a new video for the track "Devil's Resting Place," directed by Fred Scott and Nick Davies. In the video, a woman in Victorian garb wanders through the… More »

By: Gabriela Tully Claymore / September 17, 2013

Watch Laura Marling Play Letterman

Laura Marling recently stopped by The Late Show With David Letterman to play "Master Hunter." The performance is as forceful and simple as the studio version, and carries just as much charm and menace as its music video. Still it's especially nice to hear her play it in a live setting, where her personality… More »

By: Miles Bowe / August 27, 2013

Stream Laura Marling Once I Was An Eagle

The British singer-songwriter Laura Marling is 23, and she's already four albums deep into a surprisingly impactful career. (You can't exactly credit or blame Marling for Mumford & Sons, but Marcus Mumford did get his start as Marling's drummer.) Marling references Bill Callahan in the title to her new album Once I Was An Eagle,… More »

By: Tom Breihan / May 20, 2013

Laura Marling – “Once”

Laura Marling's Once I Was An Eagle is out later this month and she's released its third single "Once." While all of our Marling's output gurgles with sweetness, this one particularly smacks with it because of it's stripped down instrumentation gives all the more legroom to her voice. Check it out below. More »

By: Claire Lobenfeld / May 16, 2013

Laura Marling – “Master Hunter” Video

Singer-songwriter Laura Marling has already released some really lovely songs in anticipation of her new album Once I Was An Eagle, but something is very … off (in a good way) in her video for recent single, "Master Hunter." Marling plays to a dimly lit scene of a couple dancing and struggling that… More »

By: Miles Bowe / May 7, 2013

Laura Marling – “Master Hunter”

Laura Marling, a British singer-songwriter who makes deeply pretty folk-pop and who may or may not want you to forget about her Mumford & Sons connections, will release a new album called Once I Was An Eagle next month. We posted "Where Can I Go?," the album's first single, and now she's dropped another… More »

By: Tom Breihan / April 17, 2013
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