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Yesterday, Sharon Van Etten shared "Every Time The Sun Comes Up," the tough and pretty song that ends her forthcoming LP Are We There. And during a recent session for NME, she played a live acoustic…   Read Story »
We're less than a month away from the release of Sharon Van Etten's new album Are We There, and she's only now getting around to letting us hear a second song from the LP. We've already posted first…   Read Story »
Back when I was a teenage nu-metal fan, "New Skin" was the song that got me into Incubus, which actually was a huge upgrade from some of the dreck I was subjecting myself to at the time. I'll still…   Read Story »
When Sharon Van Etten released "Taking Chances," the lead single from her upcoming Are We There, Tom noted that it was smoother and more accessible than the dark and brooding SVE joints we've come to…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten announced the impending release of her new album Are We There last month, but up until now, the only taste we've had of it is a way-to-short trailer video. This morning, though, Van…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten already spilled the beans on the impending release of Are We There, her forthcoming follow-up to 2012's Tramp, and the tiny bit of music she shared in her too-short album trailer…   Read Story »
A few weeks ago, Sharon Van Etten let it slip that she has a new album called Are We There coming this spring. We still have yet to hear a studio version of a single song from the LP, which follows…   Read Story »
Sharon Van Etten has been around for a while, but the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter broke through in a big way with her 2012 album Tramp. And now, as Twitter user Al Horner points out, she's…   Read Story »
J Mascis and Sharon Van Etten put a cover out of John Denver's "Prisoner" this year, and it now comes with this excellent Funny Or Die music video. In the world of this video, it seems like people…   Read Story »
This video from Julianna Barwick's Nepenthe release show at Judson Church is the most exquisitely gorgeous sound I've encountered in a long time. Barwick conjures "Crystal Lake" as an extended…   Read Story »