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"Hounds Of Love" is one of many Kate Bush songs that have been covered again and again; the most famous version around these parts is the ace Futureheads version from a decade ago. Now Nite Jewel,…   Read Story »
Today, after 44 years of waiting, Linda Perhacs finally releases her second album. That's probably the longest wait for a follow-up album in all of pop music; at Stereogum HQ we can only think of Dot…   Read Story »
Pretty soon Nite Jewel are releasing a greatest hits album, and while "Stay A Little Longer" probably doesn't qualify as a "greatest hit," that's only because it's never been released. It's an…   Read Story »
Last year, Nite Jewel released One Second Of Love, her album of moody, foggy bedroom-synthpop. Today, she's made a video for "This Story," the album's softly romantic opening track. Director Emily…   Read Story »
When listening to Nite Jewel's atmospheric bedroom-pop, most of us would probably not think to ourselves, "This girl should sing rap hooks." Most of us, then, are not the visionary young…   Read Story »
The video for "Memory, Man," a haunted pop song from Nite Jewel's album One Second Of Love, is a disconnected series of evocative images, most of which take place in near-darkness and feature Ramona…   Read Story »
Nite Jewel, the project of California bedroom-pop magician Ramona Gonzalez, has recorded a slow, dazzled cover of "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)," the immortally effervescent dance-pop classic from…   Read Story »
Here's the shadowy, pixelated visual for lo-fi disco maven Nite Jewel's "Weak For Me," a standout from her 2009 LP Good Evening that saw reissue this week. Watch it below. The expanded…   Read Story »
Ever since I was old enough to complain, my dad took great pleasure in the act of dragging my always-resistant ass to music festivals. A summer full of glorious music for him meant a summer full of…   Read Story »
Nite Jewel and Julia Holter's collaborative "What We See" is taken from a forthcoming compilation called Light From Los Angeles put out by the Internet radio station Dublab, and all of the album's 15…   Read Story »