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Sharon Van Etten doesn't appear in her video for "Your Love Is Killing Me," a gorgeous song from her Are We There album. Instead, Carla Juri, the star of the new indie film Wetlands, plays a woman…   Read Story »
At this point, I have to imagine that most bands' backstage warm-up routines, before coming onstage, involve talking to little kids and their cameraphone-wielding parents. We see so many of these…   Read Story »
Todd Barry's podcast usually features comedians, but every now and then he'll invite a musician to join him for a conversation. Back in June we heard A.C. Newman and Barry reminisce about their…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten gave us the sweepingly beautiful album Are We There this past spring, and the Juan Maclean put out the Album Of The Week-honored In A Dream yesterday, so they're both strong artists…   Read Story »
Australian surrealist crooner Jack Ladder and his band, the Dreamlanders (including one of Stereogum's favorite weirdos, Kirin J. Callinan) will return with their fourth album, Playmates, this fall.…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten stopped by Jimmy Kimmel on Friday night to perform two songs from her fantastic new album Are We There. She did emotional and low-key performances of "Tarifa" and "Break Me." You can…   Read Story »
On Eight Houses, the new album from the Brooklyn duo She Keeps Bees, the band's fellow borough resident Sharon Van Etten shows up to add guest vocals to two songs. One of those songs is "Is What It…   Read Story »
Øyafestivalen has now entered its 13th year, and last week, the Norwegian festival's 2014 iteration filled Oslo with excellent artists. There were folk musicians like Angel Olsen and Bill Callahan…   Read Story »
A month ago, She Keeps Bees shared the affectingly minimal "Is What It Is," from their upcoming album Eight Houses, featuring Sharon Van Etten on backup vocals. The song seems made for lonely…   Read Story »
It's always a bit obnoxious when indie bands roll into their late-night TV debuts looking like they just rolled out of bed, so I'm weirdly delighted to note that Sharon Van Etten and her entire…   Read Story »