Sharon Van Etten
this second lineup seems curated for me.
with tracks from Iggy Pop, St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten…
Primavera LA would be a good successor to the FYF Fest
an emotional bombast
This avalanche of acts is almost overwhelming after a year of nothin
Shamir covers Sharon Van Etten’s ‘DsharpG’
I cannot make a list of all the artists I have seen at Amoeba
you feel lucky when there is one that pops up
Prophets of Rage have two dates this week
Sharon Van Etten is at the Theatre at Ace Hotel on Friday
The guitar seemed shelved for a while
On Sunday 4th, second day of Air + Style 2018 at Exposition Park with Phoenix, Gucci Mane…
‘I’m tired of men who aren’t professional or even accomplished musicians continually offering to ‘help me out’ (without being asked), as if i did this by accident and i’m gonna flounder without them. or as if the fact that I’m a woman makes me incapable of using technology.”
Let Me Down Gently – La Roux – We haven’t heard from the neo-new romantic 80s inspired disco duo since 2009 but this lovely dance ballad is a haunting beauty and harbors very well for their return; hang out for the tempo change in the middle – A-
At over an hour, this is too long, and it pays the price by wearing out its welcome long before you reach the finishing end. But that not withstanding, what works, and most of it does, is world class Mariah Carey from the stunning “Cry.” -a full own ballad, that opens the set, through Nas, Wale, Miguel, Mary J Blige, and R. Kelly duets, it is a tour de force of Mariah type songs
This is Sam Smith’s week, we only live in it. Undoubtedly, In The Lonely Hour is the album to beat. If only for the first single, “Stay With Me”, this is a major (first!) release by a great singer. Othersie, I am listening to the new Sharon Von Etten as we speak and like it don’t love it, really liked the Robyn EP, and am looking forward to Christian rocker Crowder, anti-Christs EYEHATEGOOD and Mariah Carey who lives somewhere between the two.
It is so hard, and it’s a really weird thing to do. I’m beginning to realize what’s more important to me, and I have a lot to think about. I had to end a ten-year relationship because it was too hard to do music and have that. I think it’s a real issue, especially for women. I hate to say it, I just feel like we have to think about having a life and having a family more.
Brooklyn singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten has shared a new song, the closing track to her upcoming fourth studio album, ‘Are We There’, and this is a gorgeous ballad sung with swagger and harmony galore.
Spring always looks great, but this year it will even sound very good: two women with foreign-sounded names and whose music I really like, are going to release an album in May.You can all find them on Youtube, but I prefer not to spoil everything in advance. The month of May us gonna be glorious.