Filed under: 1 | Tags: Andrew Bird, Bon Iver, Devendra Banhart, Leonard Cohen, St Vincent, The Cribs, White Lies
…as it says on the tin.
ANDREW BIRD and ST VINCENT collaborate for les soirees de poche (french innit – ‘evenings of the pocket’). Intimate setting, hand held HD camera – beautiful. Click here // DEVENDRA BANHART streaming his forthcoming single, ‘Baby’ and discusses his video past with the NME // THE CRIBS take over the guardian comments section and release the very limited edition Roses Edition // WHITE LIES make rare track, ‘taxidermy’, available to download here and perform ‘Death’ on Jimmy Kimmel // ST VINCENT discusses her ‘Vampirey Song’ duet with BON IVER (!!) for Twilight ‘New Moon’!! This is exciting. Officially. // And last but not least – we are very happy to see that LEONARD COHEN has recovered quickly and is back on tour. Very good news indeed.
Filed under: 1 | Tags: Andrew Bird, Brendan Benson, Johnny Marr, Laura Marling, St Vincent, The Cribs, The Horrors
Afternoon. Here is the Sphynx:
And here are the links:
// BRENDAN BENSON is Pitchfork’s ‘best kept secret’. Storming review // JOHNNY MARR reveals THE CRIBS new artwork for forthcoming album ‘Ignore the Ignorant’ // THE HORRORS talk speedy third album plans and ‘massive collaborations’ here // DiS meets the wonderful (and newly signed to Chrysalis) ST VINCENT to discuss her latest album, ‘Actor’ (which we love) // Performances in churches don’t get much better than this – On ‘Cemetary Gates’ at this year’s Lolapalooza direct from Chicago, Illinois-e, ANDREW BIRD (last seen performing with LAURA MARLING and friends at the Royal Festival Hall on Tuesday) and, the lovely, ST VINCENT. Ignore at your peril. Click here, instead. And here, also. //
We’re off for a picnic. Have a sunful afternoon.
Filed under: 1 | Tags: Andrew Bird, Bat For Lashes, Engineers, Metric, School Of Seven Bells, St Vincent, The Frequency, The Horrors, Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Good Morning. Here is the Lynx:
And here are the links:
// Drowned in Sound’s ‘Best tracks of 2009…so far’ features YEAH YEAH YEAHS, SCHOOL OF SEVEN BELLS, ST VINCENT, METRIC, ANDREW BIRD, BAT FOR LASHES and THE HORRORS. Check out here // ‘In short, the old model is dead but the new one is still an ugly mutant’ – Sean DiS comments on the state of the industry. Nice piece with METRIC getting a lot of column width. // THE FREQUENCY‘s debut EP, ‘Morning to 3am’, album of the week and much lauded by the peeps at Dance Music Review here. // ENGINEERS get a stonking 8/10 album review in DiS. Lovely. (by the way, in case you hadn’t guessed today is DiS day ;))