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Sharon Van Etten’s latest offering Are We There, deserves a permanent place in your library
We sent Renee along to see a special screening of The National’s Mistaken for Strangers.
I think she liked it – ★★★★★
Celebrate Christmas with Sufjan Stevens’ Silver & Gold; a 58 track collection of Christmas tunes.
Ahead of next week’s arrival of The National’s sixth studio record, Trouble Will Find Me, the quintet have delivered the music video for latest single ‘Sea of Love.’
Christmas has come early this year with the arrival of Sufjan Stevens‘ latest gargantuan Christmas anthology, Silver & Gold: Songs for Christmas Volumes 6-10. The collection contains 58 songs/over five EPs which the dream-boat meticulously pieced together with the help from Aaron and Bryce Dessner (The National) and Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry. Put a few days aside to get lost in Sufjan’s messed up world: Silver & Gold: […]
Next month, Sufjan Stevens will be delivering a king-sized Christmas boxset. Titled Silver & Gold: Songs for Christmas, Volumes 6-10, ‘Christmas Unicorn’ is its first seasonal single.
Cincinnati lads The National have written a song to feature on the second season soundtrack of HBO’s phenomenally successful TV series, Game of Thrones. Listen to ‘The Rains of Castamere’ and subsequently nerdgasm.
Vivid LIVE, Sydney’s annual light, music and ideas festival, revealed today via Triple J a couple of the musical heavyweights that will be appearing on the line-up. So far, we can expect to see unique performances from the ever so talented Sufjan Stevens and The National‘s Bryce Dessner. 2012’s guest curator is Fergus Linehan, head of contemporary music at Sydney […]
Brooklyn-based sentimental-rockers The National have debuted two new songs on Canadian radio station CBC Q1 LIVE. The live recorded tracks were ‘Rylan’ and ‘I Need My Girl’.
Yes, more Sufjan Stevens and this one is sure to give you goose-bumps all over.