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Julie Doiron – “Thought Of You”

This week, Montreal singer/songwriter Julie Doiron will drop I Thought Of You, her first solo album since 2012’s So Many Days. Back in September, Doiron came out swinging with “You Gave Me The Key,” and now we get to hear the twanging title track: “Thought Of You.”
Tags: Music, Montreal, New Music, Julie Doiron, Doiron

Julie Doiron – “You Gave Me The Key”

Julie Doiron has had a hand in many music projects over the past decade — most notably, perhaps, her 2019 team-up with Mount Eerie, Lost Wisdom pt. 2 — but she hasn’t released a proper solo album under her own name since 2012’s So Many Days. That’ll change this November when she puts out her new full-length I Thought Of You, which she’s introducing today with the rousing and twangy “You Gave Me The Key.” “This is a song about a new beginning,” Doiron said in a statement. “It’s the first one we r...
Tags: Music, New Music, Julie Doiron, Doiron, Mount Eerie Lost Wisdom

Shorties (An Excerpt from Daniel Mallory Ortberg's Memoir, New Music from Adult Mom, and more)

Literary Hub shared an excerpt from Daniel Mallory Ortberg's memoir Something That May Shock and Discredit You. Stream a new song by Adult Mom. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $3.99 today: Qualityland by Marc-Uwe Kling Mount Eerie and Julie Doiron played a Tiny Desk Concert. Shannon Wheeler is sharing the origin story of Too Much Coffee Man in the forthcoming graphic novel, Too Much Coffee Man: The Before Years Stream a new song by Coriky, Ian Mackaye's new ban...
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Mount Eerie With Julie Doiron: Tiny Desk Concert

Phil Elverum shares his open wounds — of death, love and the loss of love — in close harmonies, accompanied only by electric and nylon-string guitars.(Image credit: Laura Beltran Villamizar/NPR)
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Watch Mount Eerie & Julie Doiron Cover “I Will Always Love You”

A few months ago, Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum released a new album with the Canadian musician Julie Doiron, Lost Wisdom pt. 2. And a couple weeks ago, the two musicians went out on tour in support of it. That tour is about to wrap up -- they only have dates in Philadelphia and … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Dolly Parton, Philadelphia, Mariah Carey, Phil Elverum, Mount Eerie, Julie Doiron

Mount Eerie With Julie Doiron – “Belief pt. 2″

Last month, Phil Elverum announced that he would be releasing a new Mount Eerie album with the Canadian musician Julie Doiron, a spiritual successor to their 2008 collaboration Lost Wisdom. We've heard one song from the fittingly titled Lost Wisdom pt. 2 so far, "Love Without Possession," and today Elverum and … More »
Tags: Music, Phil Elverum, Mount Eerie, Julie Doiron, Elverum

Rainer Maria made a playlist of music they dig ++ win tix to their NYC show!

The playlist includes fellow indie/emo vets The Van Pelt (who open Rainer Maria's Brooklyn show), as well as Limp Wrist, EMA, Flasher, Sade, Aye Nako, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Andrew Sacher]
Tags: Music, TV On The Radio, Brooklyn, Contests, Music News, Hundred Waters, Andrew Sacher, Aye Nako, EMA, Sade, Van Pelt, Julie Doiron, Rainer Maria, Flasher, Michael Snow, The Van Pelt

Shorties (An Interview with Jhumpa Lahiri, Stream Neil Young's New Album, and more)

Literary Hub interviewed author Jhumpa Lahiri. NPR Music is streaming Neil Young's new album (a long-lost acoustic effort) Hitchhiker. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author Edie Meidav. Ultimate Painting’s Jack Cooper shared five covers at Aquarium Drunkard. BOMB interviewed author Nick Laird. Stream a new Fits song. The Rumpus interviewed author Danzy Senna. Salt Lake City Weekly interviewed singer-songwriter Jason Isbell. recommended chef memoirs. Kero Kero Bonito cov...
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Stream Julie & The Wrong Guys’ Self-Titled Debut Album

Julie Doiron was once a part of the great Canadian indie rock band Eric's Trip, and since that band splintered, she's released a lot of underrated solo records. And now she's got a band again. In Julie & The Wrong Guys, Doiron is backed by the members of Toronto hardcore band Cancer Bats. Together, they … More »
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Julie & The Wrong Guys – “Love & Leaving”

Julie & The Wrong Guys is the new project matching indie rock veteran Julie Doiron with a hard-hitting rock band heavily sourced from Toronto's Cancer Bats. We shared their single "You Wanted What I Wanted" last month, and today they return with another banger from their self-titled debut album via Noisey. "Love … More »
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Julie & The Wrong Guys (Eric's Trip / Cancer Bats) prep debut LP, share 1st single

Julie & The Wrong Guys are comprised of Julie Doiron (of '90s Canadian/Sub Pop band Eric's Trip, among other things), singer-songwriter Eamon McGrath, and the rhythm section of Toronto hardcore band Cancer Bats.... [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Toronto, Music News, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Eric, Julie, Julie Doiron, Eamon McGrath, Cancer Bats, Erics Trip, Julie And The Wrong Guys, Julie Dorion

Shorties (An Excerpt from Tom Perrotta's New Novel, Max Richter's Favorite Albums, and more)

BuzzFeed shared an excerpt from Tom Perrotta's new novel Mrs. Fletcher. Max Richter discussed his favorite albums at The Quietus. Vol. 1 Brooklyn shared an essay from the anthology Rust Belt Chicago. Max Easton discussed his book Life Makes Me Nervous; I Like the Butthole Surfers with Noisey. BOMB shared an excerpt from Gunnhild Øyehaug's short fiction collection Knots. Stream a new Blue Hawaii song. Electric Literature interviewed author Jenny D. Williams. Drowned in Sound ...
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Julie & The Wrong Guys (Julie Doiron & Cancer Bats) – “You Wanted What I Wanted” Video

Julie Doiron is returning to music after a five-year hiatus with a new self-titled LP under the name Julie & The Wrong Guys. This time around, the Canadian singer-songwriter and former Eric's Trip member will be accompanied by a backing band featuring members of the Toronto hardcore outfit Cancer Bats. Today the group releases a … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Toronto, Premiere, Eric, Julie, Julie Doiron, Cancer Bats, Julie & The Wrong Guys

nancy pants - Kokoro (feat. Julie Doiron)

Bit of a stomper of a list this week. Calling in with 4-wheels, pizza, flunking off school and just a little “kokoro“, TOTP takes a spin and parks up in the dirtier side of garage. Oh, and there… (in post | FEATURE | WAX MUSIC TOP OF THE POPS – 28/10/16 | from Wax Music. More by this artist at )
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Frederick Squire - Spill Your Lungs

Fred Squire is best known as a former member of the legendary band Shotgun and Jaybird, and for his frequent Julie Doiron collaborations. These days he’s living in Sudbury, Ontario with his songstress wife Kate Maki. He released… (in post Frederick Squire from Gold Soundz. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Jaybird, Sudbury Ontario, Julie Doiron, Kate Maki, Frederick Squire

Weird Lines - 02 - Between The Lamppost (You And I)

Following the spring announcement of their self-titled debut album, Maritimes supergroup Weird Lines are gearing up to take their tunes on the road. The group — consisting of Julie Doiron, C.L. McLaughlin, Jon McKiel, James Anderson and Chris… (in post Weird Lines Reveal Canadian Tour, Premiere New Song from Exclaim!. More by this artist at )
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JF Robitaille - Missing You (feat. Julie Doiron)

Never underestimate the effect of a simple set of words that simply express what you’re trying to say in a song. When so many try to shroud their messages in mystery and complicated arrangement, JF Robitaille‘s delivery is… (in post JF Robitaille releases timeless lament “Missing You” from Cougar Microbes. More by this artist at )
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Things to do in Montréal: February 5 to 11

Montréal takes the chill off February this week with food festivals that celebrate poutine, chocolate and full-course meals, alongside winter festivals Fêtes des neiges and Igloofest and a glittering array of opera, art, dance, theatre, film and live music. Winter fun Whatever the weather, head to scenic Parc Jean-Drapeau for the final weekend of family-friendly Fêtes des neiges, a massive activity park featuring tube sliding, zip lining, ice skating, a toddler play zone, hot beverages, delici...
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