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Snail Mail – “Valentine”

It’s been a minute since Snail Mail released Lush, one of the best debuts from an artist in recent memory. After touring hard behind that album, Lindsey Jordan stepped out of the spotlight. The album’s official biography (written by friend and fellow musician Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee) notes that Jordan went to a rehab facility in Arizona, which is where she started to sketch out the shape of her follow-up despite not having access to her instruments. Earlier this year, Jordan went to Dur...
Tags: Music, Arizona, Jordan, New Music, Durham North Carolina, Waxahatchee, Snail Mail, Katie Crutchfield, Brad Cook, Lindsey Jordan, Josh Coll


Staff pick: Waxahatchee at Skully's

Katie Crutchfield returns to town one year after the release of perhaps her best album yet, "Saint Cloud"        [Author: Columbus Alive]
Tags: Religion, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield, Columbus Alive


Music made 2020 better, but we failed to make 2020 better for musicians

“Are you okay?” I don’t have a good answer to the question. Knowing full well that I’m talking back to an algorithm — even one asking the same question of everyone with a different band mad-libbed in — doesn’t soften the blow. Am I? Are we? Is anyone, really? In this case, it’s referring to Waxahatchee. I mean, yeah, I totally listened to a lot of Waxahatchee this year. Waxahatchee is good. Saint Cloud was one of my favorite albums of the year. Katie Crutchfield’s music doesn’t exist in the Elli...
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Kevin Morby – “Wander” & “Don’t Underestimate Midwest American Sun”

Kevin Morby announced his new album Sundowner earlier this month. He recorded the LP after moving from Los Angeles back to his Kansas City hometown, and he describes it in a statement as his "attempt to put the Middle American twilight -- its beauty profound, though not always immediate -- into sound." Today, … More »
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Kevin Morby, Katie Crutchfield, Graham Shafer


Bedouine, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Waxahatchee – “Thirteen” (Big Star Cover)

Bedouine's Azniv Korkejian, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield, and Hurray For The Riff Raff's Alynda Segarra have teamed up for a collaborative cover of Big Star's 1972 classic "Thirteen." As Korkejian explains, the genesis of the cover dates back to when all three artists were touring together three years ago: … More »
Tags: Music, Katie Crutchfield, Alynda Segarra, Korkejian, Azniv Korkejian Waxahatchee


Kevin Morby – “Campfire”

Kevin Morby released a new album, Oh My God, just last year. It was a double album, so maybe none of us were expecting its successor to arrive so soon. But Morby's always been fairly prolific, and the scope of Oh My God didn't slow down his next chapter. Today, Morby's back with the announcement … More »
Tags: Music, Kevin Morby, Morby, Katie Crutchfield, Dylan Isbell, Johnny Eastlund


The 10 Best Waxahatchee Songs

Katie Crutchfield decamped to her parents' home in the dead of winter to record an album. It was 2011 and Crutchfield was nearing the end of P.S. Eliot, the band she had started with her twin sister Allison a few years earlier. Like many bands before them, its members wanted to go in different directions, … More »
Tags: Music, 10 Best Songs, Allison, Waxahatchee, Eliot, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield


Katie Crutchfield Performing Each Waxahatchee Album In Weekly Ticketed Livestreams

For a while there, Katie Crutchfield was hopping on Instagram Live with Kevin Morby on a weekly basis, covering songs and playing her own music, with a focus on tracks from her recently-released classic Saint Cloud. Their last stream was at the end of April, though, and today Crutchfield … More »
Tags: Music, News, Kevin Morby, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield


Watch Waxahatchee & Kevin Morby Cover Big Star, Silver Jews, John Prine, Emmylou Harris

Waxahatchee just released Saint Cloud, an absolute stunner of an album, into the quarantine era. That means that Katie Crutchfield and her partner Kevin Morby are stuck at home together, and she can't go anywhere or do anything to promote it. So instead, the two of them have been covering various favorite songs. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Kevin Morby, Emmylou Harris, Big Star, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield, John Prine Emmylou Harris


Waxahatchee – “So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings” (Caroline Polachek Cover)

If you were watching Katie Crutchfield and Kevin Morby's most recent Instagram Live stream on the eve of the release of Waxahatchee's Saint Cloud like I was (Crutchfiends, rise up!), there was a point when Crutchfield tried to play a cover of Caroline Polachek's Pang track "So Hot You're … More »
Tags: Music, Kevin Morby, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield, Caroline Polachek, Caroline Polachek Cover


Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield Is Out of the Storm, Cleareyed

The 31-year-old singer and songwriter’s new album, “Saint Cloud,” has a cleaner sound and some of her most evocative lyrics.
Tags: News, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield, Pop and Rock Music, Waxahatchee (Music Group, Katie (1989-, Saint Cloud (Album


Waxahatchee: 'Getting sober, you’re facing this stuff shoved deep down'

As she releases her superb fifth album, Alabama musician Katie Crutchfield shows us around her native Birmingham, and explains how sobriety opened up her songwritingKatie Crutchfield pulls up in her dad’s rugged Jeep outside my hotel in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. She grins when I voice my surprise at her ride. “I should have told you it was a ragtop with crazy tyres,” she says. It’s early March, and we head to a nearby coffee shop then she steers us into the city. As soon as I take out a n...
Tags: Music, US, Alabama, Country, Culture, Pop and rock, Indie, Folk Music, Birmingham, Americana, Birmingham Alabama, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield


Premature Evaluation: Waxahatchee Saint Cloud

Katie Crutchfield creates a new vocabulary when she sings. Her voice curls around words -- she adds extra syllables to them and smushes them together, she fits them into places they cannot go. On Saint Cloud, her fifth album as Waxahatchee, Crutchfield's voice is more versatile than ever. Every enunciation feels purposeful, whether she's gasping … More »
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Waxahatchee – “Can’t Do Much”

We're a couple weeks out from the release of Waxahatchee's new album, Saint Cloud. Katie Crutchfield has shared two songs from it already, "Fire" and "Lilacs," both of which made it onto our 5 best songs list when they came out. Today, she's got another one for … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield


Waxahatchee - "Lilacs" (Singles Going Steady)

Mick Jacobs: I see why people find this song so compelling. "And the lilacs drink the water" hits you with the same country beauty as Gershwin's "Summertime". As lovely and impressive this song is, I can't help shaking the feeling there's another one exactly like it. [7/10] Jessica Brant: The juxtaposition between the looseness of the instrumentals and the dancer's staccato movement is fantastic. This is a song I wish Katie Crutchfield would've partnered with Brittany Howard from Alabama S...
Tags: Music, Alabama Shakes, Merge Records, Gershwin, Indie Rock, Waxahatchee, Brittany Howard, Katie Crutchfield, Singles going steady, Indie folk, Mick Jacobs, Jessica Brant


Waxahatchee – “Lilacs”

Waxahatchee's fifth album, Saint Cloud, is coming out at the end of next month. So far, Katie Crutchfield has shared its lead single, "Fire," which topped our Best Songs Of The Week list, and today she's putting out another new song, "Lilacs," which is somehow even better than the first. "Lilacs" … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield, Ashley Connor, Marlee Grace


Stream: Waxahatchee, ‘Fire’

On the cover art for her new album “Saint Cloud,” her next chapter as Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield is perched atop an old pickup truck, its bed full of roses, with her face tilted toward the sky. She looks free. In a way, the Alabama-bred, Philadelphia-based artist says she is. In announcing her new album, due March 27 via Merge Records, Crutchfield says her new batch of songs were penned in the period following her decision to get sober and therefore were an exercise in reckoning. “I think al...
Tags: Music, Alabama, Philadelphia, Detroit, Memphis, Latest Music, New Music, Mississippi River, Merge Records, Waxahatchee, Long Pond, West Memphis, Bonny Doon, Crutchfield, Red Machine, Katie Crutchfield


Waxahatchee Announces New Album 'Saint Cloud,' Shares First Single 'Fire'

Katie Crutchfield's fifth album as Waxahatchee is full of clear-eyed self-reflection, with the distortion dialed down.(Image credit: Molly Matalon/Courtesy of the artist)
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Waxahatchee – “Fire”

With 2017's Out In The Storm, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield topped herself yet again with a roaring collection of songs worthy of one of the best projects to come out of the last decade. She revisited some older songs for 2018's lovely Great Thunder EP, and in March, Waxahatchee will release their … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield


Empath – “Drunken Angel / The Other Side” (Lucinda Williams Cover)

Empath's debut Active Listening: Night On Earth is less than six months old, and today they're already back with new music. The tune in question is a cover of "Drunken Angel" from Lucinda Williams' 1998 classic Car Wheels On A Gravel Road -- which, you may recall, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield wrote … More »
Tags: Music, Earth, Lucinda Williams, Waxahatchee, Empath, Katie Crutchfield


Watch Kevin Morby & Waxahatchee Cover “It Ain’t Me Babe” At Sydney Opera House

On their own, Kevin Morby and Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield are two of the warmest, strongest voices in indie rock. Together, they are also also an extremely cool couple. And sometimes they play music together. We've heard what happens when Morby and Crutchfield get together to cover Everclear, the Velvet Underground, and … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Bob Dylan, Kevin Morby, Sydney Opera House, Morby, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield


The 30 Best New Musical Artists of 2018

Amnesia Scanner Amnesia Scanner is the experimental electronic duo of Ville Haimala and Martti Kalliala. Created in late 2013, the group is not exactly new, but they have remained somewhat unrecognizable and wholly inaccessible until this year. As they used to refuse interviews and released several unannounced, unexplained EP's and mixtapes, Amnesia Scanner floated around as illegible codes for devoted listeners to decipher. Every track title was prefaced by "AS", and each music video reg...
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Stream Missing Earth’s Debut Album Gold, Flour, Salt

Missing Earth is a new project from Philadelphia's Kyle Gilbride, who recently returned to our ears with Swearin's comeback album a few months ago, Fall Into The Sun. Missing Earth's debut album, Gold, Flour, Salt, also features Swearin's Jeff Bolt on drums and has backup vocals from Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield and Yowler's Maryn … More »
Tags: Music, Philadelphia, Album Stream, Yowler, Maryn, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield, Kyle Gilbride, Swearin, Missing Earth, Jeff Bolt


Stream Waxahatchee’s New Great Thunder EP

As a follow-up to the roaring Out In The Storm, Waxahatchee's Katie Crutchfield decided to pare back her sound for a new collection of songs called Great Thunder. The name comes from an old project of Crutchfield's, one that she formed with former Swearin' bassist Keith Spencer. It's an act of reclamation, recontextualizing … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield, Keith Spencer


New Waxahatchee video: Chapel of Pines

Video: Waxahatchee – “Chapel of Pines” From the Great Thunder EP, out September 7 on Merge. Waxahatchee’s “Silver” was one of the best songs of 2017. And now Katie Crutchfield is back with a stripped down acoustic collection recorded at Bon Iver’s studio in Wisconsin. Crutchfield says the new stuff “is a complete 180 from … Continue reading New Waxahatchee video: Chapel of Pines → Read more at Glorious Noise...
Tags: Videos, Shorties, Wisconsin, Merge, Bon Iver, Pines, Waxahatchee, Crutchfield, Katie Crutchfield, Waxahatchee Chapel


Waxahatchee – “Chapel Of Pines” Video

A few years ago, Katie Crutchfield was one-half of a group known as Great Thunder, alongside former Swearin' member and occasional Waxahatchee co-producer Keith Spencer. Around the same time that Cerulean Salt and Ivy Tripp were being made, Great Thunder put out a couple albums, 2012's Sounds Of Great Thunder and 2013's Groovy Kind … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Kevin Morby, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield, Christopher Good, Ivy Tripp, Keith Spencer


Watch Snail Mail And Waxahatchee Cover Sheryl Crow

Last month, Snail Mail released Lush, one of the best albums of the year so far. They're now on tour in support of the new album. They played at Philadelphia’s Union Transfer last night, where frontwoman Lindsey Jordan brought out a special guest in the form of … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Philadelphia, Sheryl Crow, Waxahatchee, Snail Mail, Katie Crutchfield, Lindsey Jordan


Car Wheels On A Gravel Road Turns 20: Guest Essay By Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield

The other morning I walked into a Whole Foods in Portland, OR. My boyfriend’s band was leaving town and I made a split decision to accompany them on their final stop rather than say my goodbyes at the hotel. As I entered the store I immediately heard a familiar tune over the loudspeaker. It was … More »
Tags: Music, Portland, The Anniversary, Lucinda Williams, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield


Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield Pays Tribute To Lucinda Williams’ Car Wheels On A Gravel Road

The other morning I walked into a Whole Foods in Portland, OR. My boyfriend’s band was leaving town and I made a split decision to accompany them on their final stop rather than say my goodbyes at the hotel. As I entered the store I immediately heard a familiar tune over the loudspeaker. It was … More »
Tags: Music, Portland, The Anniversary, Lucinda Williams, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield


Car Wheels On A Gravel Road Turns 20

The other morning I walked into a Whole Foods in Portland, OR. My boyfriend’s band was leaving town and I made a split decision to accompany them on their final stop rather than say my goodbyes at the hotel. As I entered the store I immediately heard a familiar tune over the loudspeaker. It was … More »
Tags: Music, Portland, The Anniversary, Lucinda Williams, Waxahatchee, Katie Crutchfield