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The Natvral

Kip Berman has already proven himself a master of the genre exercise. On their 2009 debut album, Berman’s former band the Pains Of Being Pure At Heart served up pristinely fuzzed-out ’80s indie-pop. Then, with 2011’s Belong, they showed equal facility with dreamy arena-scaled ’90s alt-rock. TPOBPAH continued to mine ’80s and ’90s inspirations for the rest of their run, concluding with a full-length cover of Tom Petty’s 1989 smash hit Full Moon Fever. But Berman has embarked upon a full-scale stylistic makeover for his new solo project.

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I’m loving these Dylan-inspired bangers from Kip Berman! The Natvral, the solo project that sprung up in the final years of Berman’s dearly departed Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, has thus far shared two singles from official debut album Tethers: “Why Don’t You Come Out Anymore?” and “New Moon.” Today he adds a third advance track.

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A couple weeks ago, Kip Berman announced his debut album under his solo moniker, the Natvral. It’s called Tethers, and it’s arriving in April. So far, we’ve heard one song from it, “Why Don’t You Come Out Anymore?” Today, he’s back with another one.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Save Stereogum, the crowdfunding campaign to help our newly independent business stay afloat In These Uncertain Times, ends later this month. It’s going really well! But we did promise additional contributions to our massive ‘00s covers compilation and today we’re ready to reveal them. If you’ve been on the fence about buying an album to…

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Dream-pop greats Galaxie 500 are being honored with a cover series to coincide with the vinyl reissue of their live album Copenhagen for Record Store Day and the release of a limited-edition Dogfish Head Galaxie 500 beer. Participants include Real Estate, the Magnetic Fields’ Stephin Merritt, Thurston Moore, Mark Lanegan with Dylan Carlson, Mercury Rev,…

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