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“There was something broken in her voice,” says Ward, whose new album, released amid a Holiday renaissance, reinterprets songs associated with the legendary jazz singer For more, check out: (Source)

People should talk about Wild Honey more. When whatever latest exploration of the great albums of the ’60s happens, you can expect certain recurring names — Pet Sounds, naturally, always high on the list. And while it’s not as if Wild Honey is some lost cult classic, it gets unfairly overshadowed by Pet Sounds’ admittedly/justifiably […]

We’ve Got A File On You features interviews in which artists share the stories behind the extracurricular activities that dot their careers: acting gigs, guest appearances, random internet ephemera, etc. Conor Oberst did not plan this. Releasing a new Bright Eyes song called “Forced Convalescence” at a time when so many people are confined to […]

Kevin Bronson on April 8th, 2020 Share this: Henry Rollins (Photo by Heidi May) Wednesday’s ways to quell your quarantine blues: ONLINE FIND Henry Rollins, the musician, actor and raconteur who hosts a weekly radio show on KCRW, has launched what he’s calling a “long-form radio experience” — an online show during which he shares […]

Listen through M. Ward’s discography and you’ll find the dogeared archival work of a student of music history. Dating back to 1999’s Duet For Guitars #2 and through the 2000s with End of Amnesia in 2001, 2003’s Transfiguration of Vincent, and Transistor Radio in 2005, Ward’s early scrappiness shimmered with the remnants of legends like […]