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By sheer coincidence, Stereogum just published a Galaxie 500 feature the same day Marissa Nadler released a video directed by Galaxie member Naomi Yang. Yang combined footage by French artist Bernard…   Read Story »
In Marissa Nadler's video for the spectral folk lullaby "Was It A Dream," we see a man using a film-editing machine to rediscover some ancient bits of silent movie. And on that old film, we see…   Read Story »
There's been a lot of talk about how Marissa Nadler's new album, July, shows the Boston-based songwriter at her darkest. But that's not too surprising when you think about what last year was like for…   Read Story »
"Dead City Emily" was the first thing we heard from Marissa Nadler's forthcoming July, and now it's the first thing we see. Directors Derrick Belcham and Emily Terndrup concocted shadowy visuals to…   Read Story »
The dark, mesmeric folk singer Marissa Nadler will release her new album July in a few weeks, and we've already posted the first single "Dead City Emily." "Was It A Dream," the second song she's…   Read Story »
Marissa Nadler will be releasing her album July (which will include "Dead City Emily") in February. But first she has a new song on the benefit album You Be My Heart, which we wrote about a few weeks…   Read Story »
Spectral folkie Marissa Nadler's been busy lately paying tribute to Elliott Smith and collaborating with Emily Jane White and eerily covering the Lemonheads, but not so busy that she couldn't find…   Read Story »
Emily Jane White is a California singer-songwriter who makes cold, still, melancholic folk-influenced music, and she'll release her new album Blood/Lines next month. On the song "Faster Than The…   Read Story »
Last night, in remembrance of the 10 year anniversary of Elliott Smith's death, several musicians gathered at Glasslands in Brooklyn to celebrate his songs. An Elliott Smith Tribute Show performers…   Read Story »
There are lots of words to toss around when Elliott Smith comes up -- brilliant, troubled, influential, tragic, one-of-a-kind -- each of which fit the music as much as the man. But if pressed for a…   Read Story »