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Harriet The Spy Trailer: Beanie Feldstein And Jane Lynch Get Animated In Apple TV+ Show

For precocious girls looking to buck the status quo everywhere, Harriet M. Welsch is a literary icon. Between the original 1964 novel from Louise Fitzhugh to the 1996 Nickelodeon film of the same name starring Michelle Trachtenberg and Rosie O'Donnell, for generations "Harriet the Spy" has been inspiring kids to get into good trouble, follow their passions, question the world around them, and learn that sometimes it's okay to ask for help. Today, Apple TV+ released the trailer for its new animat...
Tags: Apple, New York, Television, Movies, News, Disney, Trailers, Jane Lynch, Courtney Barnett, Nickelodeon, Harriet, Lisa Henson, Beanie Feldstein, Lynch, Louise Fitzhugh, Jim Henson


Courtney Barnett – “Smile Real Nice”

Courtney Barnett is in the middle of a rollout for her latest album Things Take Time, Take Time — we just got a new single, “Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To,” a couple weeks ago — but she’s taking some time away from all that today to release a song that doesn’t appear on the album called “Smile Real Nice.” Instead, it’s the theme song for an upcoming animated TV series adaptation of Harriet The Spy, which debuts on Apple TV+ next month. (Beanie Feldstein voices the titular child-spy.)...
Tags: Apple, Music, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Beanie Feldstein


Courtney Barnett – “Write A List of Things To Look Forward To”

Courtney Barnett is gearing up to release her new album Things Take Time, Take Time, and she’s already shared the early singles “Rae Street” and “Before You Gotta Go.” Today, Barnett has followed those tracks with a new single called “Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To.”
Tags: Music, Barnett, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Rae Street, Christina Xing


Stream The New Velvet Underground And Nico Tribute Feat. Michael Stipe, St. Vincent, Thurston Moore, & More

Before legendary Saturday Night Live music producer Hal Willner passed away last year, he was working on at least two different all-star tribute albums. The first, AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan And T. Rex, was released last year. And today, we’re getting a full-length tribute album to the Velvet Underground’s 1967 classic The Velvet Underground & Nico that Willner organized. It’s called, fittingly, I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground & Nico.
Tags: Music, The Velvet Underground, Andrew Bird, Rex, Michael Stipe, St. Vincent, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Marc Bolan, Matt Berninger, Nico, Iggy Pop, Thurston Moore, Lucius, Sharon Van Etten, Matt Sweeney


Courtney Barnett Acknowledges Her New Video’s “Uncanny” But Coincidental Similarity To Fellow Aussie Band’s

Courtney Barnett has been in the midst of rolling out her new album Things Take Time, Take Time. Recently, that meant a new video for “Before You Gotta Go.” Apparently, people noticed some significant similarities to an older video, for the Melbourne band Quivers’ 2019 song “You’re Not Always On My Mind.” Today, Barnett tweeted an acknowledgment of the overlaps.
Tags: Music, News, Melbourne, Barnett, Courtney Barnett, Quivers


Sharon Van Etten – “Femme Fatale” (The Velvet Underground Cover)

Next week, the Hal Willner-organized album I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground & Nico is being released. On it, a whole lot of artists cover every song on the Velvet Underground’s 1967 debut. We’ve heard contributions from Iggy Pop and Matt Sweeney, Kurt Vile, Matt Berninger, and Courtney Barnett, and now — fresh off linking up with Angel Olsen to do their recent collab live at Pitchfork Music Fest — Sharon Van Etten is here with her rendition of “Femme Fatale.” Check it out...
Tags: Music, The Velvet Underground, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Iggy Pop, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Femme Fatale, Hal Willner, Matt Sweeney Kurt Vile Matt Berninger


Iggy Pop & Matt Sweeney – “European Son” (The Velvet Underground Cover)

On the forthcoming tribute album I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground & Nico, a whole lot of great artists come together to cover every song on the Velvet Underground’s classic 1967 debut. The late Hal Willner started work on the compilation before he died of COVID-19 last year, and the album features some truly intriguing combinations of songs and musicians. We’ve already heard Kurt Vile doing “Run Run Run,” Matt Berninger doing “I’m Waiting For The Man,” and Courtney Barnet...
Tags: Music, The Velvet Underground, Kurt Vile, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Matt Berninger, Iggy Pop, Matt Sweeney, Hal Willner, Velvet Underground Nico


Courtney Barnett – “I’ll Be Your Mirror” (The Velvet Underground Cover)

Courtney Barnett is in the middle of rolling out her own new album Things Take Time, Take Time — perhaps you’ve heard its great singles “Rae Street” and “Before You Gotta Go” — but her new song today is not on that album. Instead, Barnett is back with her contribution to the all-star The Velvet Underground & Nico tribute album I’ll Be Your Mirror, from which we’ve already heard Kurt Vile and Matt Berninger‘s tracks.
Tags: Music, The Velvet Underground, Kurt Vile, Barnett, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Matt Berninger, Nico, Rae Street


Watch Courtney Barnett Perform “Rae Street” On Fallon

Melbourne indie rock hero Courtney Barnett is returning in November with Things Take Time, Take Time, her first new album in over three years. She’s already shared a couple of songs from it, including “Before You Gotta Go” and lead single/opening track “Rae Street,” a jangly folk ballad that we named the best song of the week when it came out last month. Last night, she went and played it on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and it sounded just as good live. Watch her performance below. ...
Tags: Music, News, Jimmy Fallon, Melbourne, Courtney Barnett, Fallon


Courtney Barnett – “Before You Gotta Go”

Back in July, Courtney Barnett began a four-month rollout for Things Take Time, Take Time — her first album in more than three years — with the release of its lead single and opening track, “Rae Street.” We were big fans. Today she’s back with another new song, which is also great.
Tags: Music, Courtney Barnett, New Music


Courtney Barnett Announces New Album, Shares Video for New Song

“Rae Street” is the opening track on Barnett’s next LP, Things Take Time, Take Time
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June 23-29 concerts + new shows on sale

A rundown of select concerts taking place this week, plus recently announced shows: Courtney Barnett, Band of Horses and more        [Author: Columbus Alive]
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Courtney Barnett Auckland show added

Tickets to Courtney Barnett's show at Auckland Town Hall on Sunday 25 July go on sale TODAY, Monday 31 May at 1pm.
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10 of the best Christmas songs (that aren’t by Mariah Carey)

The classics are back in the charts even earlier than usual – alongside the perennial row about the Pogues. So why not discover these lesser-known festive bangers? Judging by the number of trees and lights going up already, the UK is rounding off the worst year ever by turning Christmas 2020 into a six-week celebration of successful vaccine trials. Sure enough, sales and streams of festive songs are up by 50% compared with the same week last year, with Mariah Carey leading the charge and likely ...
Tags: Music, UK, Christmas, Life and style, Rap, Soul, Kanye West, Culture, Pop and rock, Indie, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Folk Music, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson


Kiwi Jr. – “Cooler Returns”

Kiwi Jr. are a jangly, bemused, revved-up indie rock band from Toronto. At the beginning of the year, they released their debut album Football Money, which got a lot of people reaching for Pavement comparisons. That influence is definitely there, but Kiwi Jr. sound more uptight than Pavement, and there’s more sweetness in their silliness. to me, they sound more like what might happen if Parquet Courts tried really hard to sound like Courtney Barnett. This is, in my estimation, a good thing. Ja...
Tags: Music, Toronto, Omaha, Courtney Barnett, New Music, Norma Jean, Tyler, Marian, Guilty Party, Dodger, Kiwi jr, Sean Egerton Foreman, Kiki Jr, Nashville Wedding


Jeff Tweedy – “Gwendolyn”

A couple weeks back, the ever-prolific Jeff Tweedy announced that he'd gone and made a quarantine-era album called Love Is The King. At the time, he also shared two new songs, the album's title track and "Guess Again." Today, he's back with another one called "Gwendolyn." … More »
Tags: Music, Norah Jones, Abbi Jacobson, Jon Hamm, Elvis Costello, Nick Offerman, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen, Tavi Gevinson, Courtney Barnett, Jeff Tweedy, Robyn Hitchcock, Yuka Honda, Gwendolyn, Alex Winter, Nnamdi


Watch Phoebe Bridgers & Arlo Parks Cover Radiohead’s “Fake Plastic Trees”

Phoebe Bridgers has kept quite busy since releasing her sophomore album Punisher a few months ago. She's made the late-night rounds for both Colbert and Corden, she covered Gillian Welch with Courtney Barnett on a livestream, and she was a guest star on a new … More »
Tags: Music, News, Radiohead, Colbert, Courtney Barnett, Phoebe Bridgers, Gillian Welch, Corden, Arlo Parks, Arlo Parks Cover Radiohead


Hayley Williams, Matt Berninger, Weyes Blood, & More Contribute Unreleased Tracks To Benefit Compilation Out This Friday

This Friday (9/4) is Bandcamp's next Bandcamp Friday, when the service waives their revenue share, and a stacked compilation has just been announced, which will be only be available exclusively on Bandcamp for 24 hours. All proceeds from the album's sale will go towards the voters rights organization Fair Fight. The comp is … More »
Tags: Music, Real Estate, News, My Morning Jacket, The Cure, Broadcast, Joni Mitchell, Courtney Barnett, The Decemberists, Best Coast, Tycho, Matt Berninger, Phoebe Bridgers, Frankie Cosmos, Death Cab For Cutie, Grouplove


Courtney Barnett – “Just For You” (Kev Carmody Cover)

Courtney Barnett has shared an acoustic cover of Indigenous Australian singer-songwriter Kev Carmody' "Just For You." As NME reports, her cover is part of an upcoming expanded reissue of the 2007 Carmody tribute album Cannot Buy My Soul, featuring new tracks from Jimmy Barnes, Kasey Chambers, Kate Miller-Heidke, Alice Skye, Electric Fields, and … More »
Tags: Music, Courtney Barnett, Nme, Carmody, Kev Carmody


Watch Phoebe Bridgers & Courtney Barnett Cover Gillian Welch’s Streaming-Era Anthem “Everything Is Free”

This past weekend was supposed to be the weekend of the Newport Folk Festival, the historic event that started up in Rhode Island in 1959. Back in April, though, the Newport Folk and Jazz Festivals were cancelled because of the pandemic. Instead, Newport staged a virtual festival this past weekend. Phoebe Bridgers, who'd … More »
Tags: Music, News, Rhode Island, Courtney Barnett, Phoebe Bridgers, Gillian Welch, Newport Folk Festival, Newport Folk, Instead Newport


Watch Courtney Barnett Bring “Sunday Roast” To Thursday Fallon

Might as well get Courtney Barnett in the quarantine-era late-night-TV solo-performance rotation, yeah? The Melbourne slacker-rocker extraordinaire played an MTV Unplugged last year, and she's already performed "Depreston" on the same Anzac Day special that also included songs from Tame Impala and Neil Finn. Despite her facility with properly rocking out, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jimmy Fallon, Melbourne, Courtney Barnett, Fallon, MTV Unplugged, Depreston


Watch Tame Impala Play “On Track” Acoustic On Music From The Home Front

Today is Anzac Day, which is essentially Australia and New Zealand's Veterans Day. This year, Australian concert promoter Frontier Touring commemorated the occasion with Music From The Home Front, a televised and livestreamed concert special to honor servicemen and women and pay tribute to the frontline medical professionals working to fight COVID-19. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Australia, Tame Impala, New Zealand, Courtney Barnett, Kevin Parker, Neil Finn, Crowded House


Anna Calvi Re-writes Her Own History on 'Hunted'

From here on in, it's diminishing returns, unfortunately. The guest vocalists come and go, but their performances seem almost grafted on to the recordings for no real reason. Aside from Holter's ethereal contribution to the opening track, no one else has brought their "A" game. Charlotte Gainsbourg's contribution to "Eden" does very little to enhance the song, the same of which could be said for Joe Talbot's vocal on "Wish". Courtney Barnett fares better on "Don't Beat the Girl out of My Boy",...
Tags: Music, Music Review, PJ Harvey, Courtney Barnett, Eden, Hunter, Alternative Rock, Don, Indie Rock, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Holter, Calvi, Anna Calvi, Domino Records, Art Rock, Art pop


Sunday’s Music Live-Streams: Katie Couric (!), Evanescence, Miguel, Bastillo, Alex Aiono

Newly announced music performance live-streams added for Sunday include Evanescence, Miguel, Bastille, Alex Aiono … and, believe it or not, a piano performance by news anchor Katie Couric. Those five web mini-concerts are all late additions to the Sunday schedule sponsored by Global Citizen as part of the “Together at Home” series. All will take […]
Tags: News, Miguel, Courtney Barnett, Global Citizen, Katie Couric, Lucius, Chris Janson, Alex Aiono, Evanescence, Miguel Bastille Alex Aiono


This Weekend’s Music Live-Streams: Brad Paisley & Vince Gill, Jewel, Diplo, Lucius, More

The live-stream concert phenom continues in earnest this weekend with a couple of powerful multi-artist bills, starting with Sunday’s stripped-down, all-star version of the Grand Ole Opry with acoustic performances by Vince Gill, Brad Paisley and Marty Stuart, stepping into the Ryman without a live audience or the usual backing crew. Sunday night, the focus […]
Tags: News, Jonathan Wilson, Diplo, Fred Armisen, Jewel, Courtney Barnett, Lucius, Sharon Van Etten, Chris Young, Chris Janson, Lukas Nelson, Sheryl Crow, Nathaniel Rateliff, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Brad Paisley


Chastity Belt – “The Process” & Loose Tooth – “Lonely”

Chastity Belt will soon head out on tour of the Western US with Loose Tooth -- the Loose Tooth from Melbourne, recently covered by Courtney Barnett, not the the Loose Tooth from Philadelphia who we haven't heard from since 2017. Ahead of the upcoming dates, the two groups have released a … More »
Tags: Music, Philadelphia, Melbourne, Courtney Barnett, Western US, Loose Tooth, Chastity Belt, Loose Tooth the Loose Tooth


This Week’s Shows: Jan. 27-Feb. 2

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Will Reagan, Juliana Hatfield, J. Laser, Love Ghost, Salute to Prince, Jean-Michel Blais, Forty Feet Tall, Gold Star, Georgi Kay, Siames, Wale, Shakey Graves, Ian Sweet, Precious Kid, Mattiel, the Shakes, Caspian, Reggie Watts & Karen, Randy Houser, Wolf Parade, Nicole Kiki Jaffe, Martin Rev, the Brilliance, She Wants Revenge, City of the Sun, No Parents, Trapt, the Marcus King Band, Tune-Yards, Baynk, Slander, Periphery, Ron Pope, Vanessa Zamora, ZOOLUXX, Object A...
Tags: Preview, BAYNK, Ben Lee, Caroline Polachek, Caspian, Chris Botti, Chris Lane, City of the Sun, Courtney Barnett, DJJ Quik, Featured, Forty Feet Tall, Georgi Kay, Gold Star, Gost, Grady


Anna Calvi – “Don’t Beat The Girl Out Of My Boy” (Feat. Courtney Barnett)

Back in 2018, the tough and intense British singer Anna Calvi released her album Hunter. Since then, Calvi has moved onto other projects, like scoring the most recent season of Peaky Blinders. But Calvi hasn't finished with her Hunter songs yet. Later this winter, Calvi will release a new project called … More »
Tags: Music, Courtney Barnett, Hunter, Calvi, Anna Calvi


Stream: Cuffed Up, ‘French Exit’

From the first minute of their debut single “Mother/Father,” you knew L.A. quartet Cuffed Up knew their post-punk. Their new single “French Exit” is another story entirely, a stream-turned-whirlpool-of-consciousness, with Sapphire Jewell speak-singing over an intoxicating wash of guitar and cymbals. To review: Cuffed Up formed after a chance meeting between Jewell and Ralph Torrefranca, during which they bonded over their love for the U.K. punk scene. Vic Ordonez and Joe Liptock later came on bo...
Tags: Music, Featured, Patti Smith, Courtney Barnett, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Observatory, Jewell, Silversun Pickups, Joe Liptock, Cuffed Up, Sapphire Jewell, Ralph Torrefranca, Vic Ordonez, Bardot Free


Shorties (An Interview with Jenny Offill, A Profile of Courtney Barnett, and more)

The Millions interviewed author Jenny Offill. The Philadelphia Inquirer profiled singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett. Largehearted Boy's list of "best books of 2019" lists has collected 1,430 year-end lists so far. Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting year-end "best of 2019" music lists. January's best eBook deals. eBook on sale today for $1.99: A Friend of the Family by Lauren Grodstein World's Fair by E.L. Doctorow The New York Times examined the effect a Bar...
Tags: Music, London, Russia, Barack Obama, David, New York Times, David Bowie, Colm Tóibín, Rolling Stone, Courtney Barnett, Best Coast, Austin City Limits, Philadelphia Inquirer, Mitski, Garth Greenwell, Atomic Books Comics Preview