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Madeline Kenney – “Double Hearted”

Last month, Madeline Kenney announced her third album, Sucker's Lunch. Once more, she teamed with Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner to co-produce, though this time Wye Oak drummer Andy Stack also played on the album. Along with the initial news, she shared a pseudo-title-track called "Sucker," featuring Lambchop's Kurt Wagner. And today she's back … More »
Tags: Music, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop, Jenn Wasner, Madeline Kenney, Andy Stack


Madeline Kenney – “Sucker” (Feat. Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner)

Madeline Kenney's last album, her sophomore effort Perfect Shapes, came out in October of 2018. Now, she's returning with a new one called Sucker's Lunch, which will be out in July. After having worked with Jenn Wasner on Perfect Shapes, Kenney asked her to produce again, and this time around Wasner's Wye Oak bandmate Andy … More »
Tags: Music, Andy, Kenney, Kurt Wagner, Wasner, Wye Oak, Lambchop, Jenn Wasner, Madeline Kenney, Andy Stack


Lambchop – “So modern and so tight”

Earlier in 2019, Kurt Wagner's long-running and adventurous Nashville project Lambchop released the new album This (is what I wanted to tell you). It's the latest project to push Lambchop out of their alt-country roots and into strange new glitchy, digital frontiers. Today, Lambchop follow that album up with a new EP called … More »
Tags: Music, Nashville, Fog, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop, Andrew Broder


Shorties (Renee Nault on Her Graphic Novel Adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale, An Interview with Lambchop's Kurt Wagner, and more)

Renee Nault discussed her graphic novel adaptation of The Handmaid's Tale with Macleans. Aquarium Drunkard interviewed Lambchop's Kurt Wagner. March's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Kidder eBook on sale for $2.99 today: Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen A book for bass lovers (and Rush fans): Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass. Namwali Serpell discussed her debut novel The Old Drift with Electric Literature and Bustl...
Tags: Music, David, Jane Austen, Rolling Stone, Elizabeth Holmes, Kevin Morby, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, Steve Earle, Laura Stevenson, Geddy Lee, Kurt Wagner, Oprah Magazine, Lambchop, Tracy Kidder, Renee Nault




Lambchop – “Crosswords, Or What This Says About You”

Lambchop, the longtime project of adventurous Nashville singer-songwriter Kurt Wagner, has undergone a surprising transformation in recent years. The band has moved away from the folksy chamber-pop of its early days toward a new electronic sound, with Wagner singing his oblique poetry through Auto-Tune. Even more surprisingly, it works! (We spoke with Wagner … More »
Tags: Music, Nashville, Wagner, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop


Shorties (Spring's Most Anticipated Books, Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy Profiled, and more)

Publishers Weekly recommended spring's most anticipated books. The Los Angeles Times profiled Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy. 85 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation last week (bringing the total to 1,487), including Clash Magazine’s best music books and Graphic Policy’s best comics. Largehearted Boy's essential and interesting 2018 year-end music lists (updated daily). January's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale for$2.99 today: Tell ...
Tags: Music, Neil Gaiman, Kurt Vile, David, Florence, Los Angeles Times, Conor Oberst, Douglas Adams, Phoebe Bridgers, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Diane Williams, Tampa Bay Times, John Vanderslice, Clementine Creevy, Sarah Louise, Cherry Glazerr


Lambchop – “Everything For You” Video

Kurt Wagner’s legendary alt-country outfit Lambchop released their last album, FLOTUS, back in 2016. They announced a new LP in December with its slow-burning lead single, "The December-ish You." This (is what I wanted to tell you) will be the band's fourteenth full-length since their 1994 debut. Today, we hear the … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop, Jonny Sanders


William Tyler 'Goes West'

None William Tyler writes and plays beguiling instrumental acoustic guitar-based music. The former member of lauded indie rock bands Lambchop and the Silver Jews finger picks the notes on his latest solo album, Goes West , as if his digits were walking through the inner workings of his mind. He travels at a moderate yet steady pace. The music suggests contemplation and reflection. His guitar work suggests ripples on a still pond, thanks to the atmosphere created by his talented bandmates -- fel...
Tags: Music, Review, California, Music Review, Folk, Merge Records, Tyler, Instrumental, William Tyler, Bill Frisell, James Wallace, Brad Cook, Lambchop, Meg Duffy, Indie folk, William Tyler Goes West


William Tyler – “Call Me When I’m Breathing Again”

Guitarist William Tyler, of Silver Jews and Lambchop, is gearing up to release Goes West, the follow-up to 2016's lush instrumental LP Modern Country. We've already heard the lead single, "Fail Safe," and today he shares "Call Me When I'm Breathing Again" featuring Meg Duffy. Their guitars flit about one another with every … More »
Tags: Music, Premiere, William Tyler, Lambchop, Meg Duffy


U.S. Agriculture Secretary Perdue tours Kilauea lava flow, campaign started to impeach Honolulu prosecutor, dairy industry suffering, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, Twitter U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue was in Puna Tuesday, where he toured the damage from Kilauea Volcano alongside Hawaii Department of Agriculture Chairman Scott Enright and several local ag producers. Big Island Video News.Once-Thriving Hawaii Dairy Industry Is On The ‘Brink Of Extinction’. There used to be 160 dairies in Hawaii. Only two remain, and one plans to close, meaning Hawaii could end up importing all of its milk. Civil B...
Tags: Travel, Congress, California, Hawaii, House, Nancy Pelosi, Anna, Kilauea, Council, Perdue, Chinatown, Big Island, Kauai, Honolulu, U S Missile Defense Agency, Regan


Shorties (New Short Fiction by Joy Williams, Reconsidering The Hold Steady's Stay Positive Album After 10 Years, and more)

Read a new short story by Joy Williams. Salon reconsidered the Hold Steady's Stay Positive album on its 10th anniversary. 40 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation Saturday (bringing the total to 708), including the Irish Independent’s best books,People’s best books, and the Wall Street Journal’s best science fiction. December's best eBook deals eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: All Things Great and Small by James Herriott Pavilion of Women by ...
Tags: Music, David, Carly Simon, Wall Street Journal, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Bill Callahan, Mumbai Mirror, Siddhartha Mukherjee, Jeffrey Eugenides, Lambchop, Literary Hub Stream, Buzzcocks Pete Shelley, Joy Williams Salon, James Herriott Pavilion, Johnson Pitchfork


Lambchop – “The December-ish You”

In the years since Lambchop’s electrified 2016 release FLOTUS, Kurt Wagner’s legendary alt-country ensemble have covered Prince’s "When You Were Mine," debuted a mini-documentary, and shared a reworked version of FLOTUS' "The Hustle." Now the Nashville mainstay is back, with Bon Iver/Hiss Golden … More »
Tags: Music, Nashville, Prince, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop, Bon Iver Hiss Golden


The Charlatans announce North American tour

The Charlatan's 2017 album, ’Different Days,’ features contributions from Paul Weller, Johnny Marr, New Order's Stephen Morris, Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anton Newcombe, Lambchop's Kurt Wagner, Catastrophe co-creator/star Sharon Horgan and more. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Johnny Marr, Sharon Horgan, Music News, New Order, Paul Weller, Bill Pearis, Kurt Wagner, Anton Newcombe, Stephen Morris, Lambchop, The Charlatans, Brain Jonestown Massacre, Paul Weller Johnny Marr, Stephen Morris Brian Jonestown Massacre, Anton Newcombe Lambchop


Bill's Indie Basement (5/4): the week in classic indie, college rock, and more

It's an overstuffed Basement this week, with new records from UK eccentric Julian Cope, Ireland's Girls Names, German house producer DJ Koze, the return of Taken By Trees (aka Victoria Bergsman of The Concretes), '80s alt vets Shriekback, Montreal's gothy Freak Heat Waves, and snarky Minneapolis duo BNLX. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, UK, Minneapolis, Ireland, Speech, Arrested Development, Music News, SAVAK, Bill Pearis, Jose Gonzalez, Rostam, Daniel Nigro, Ariel Rechtshaid, Róisín Murphy, Julian Cope, Barry Adamson


DJ Koze preps new LP ft. Bon Iver, Roisin Murphy & more (hear "Seeing Aliens")

German DJ and producer DJ Koze (aka Stefan Kozalla) is back with Knock Knock, his first studio album in five years. For it he's lined up an impressive set of guests, including Bon Iver, Róisín Murphy, Kurt Wagner of Lambchock, Speech from Arrested Development, Jose González, and Sophia Kennedy... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Speech, Arrested Development, Music News, Bon Iver, Bill Pearis, Jose Gonzalez, Kurt Wagner, Róisín Murphy, DJ Koze, Electronic Dance Music News, Lambchop, Sophia Kennedy, Bon Iver Roisin Murphy, Stefan Kozalla, Bon Iver Róisín Murphy Kurt Wagner


Members of the Folk Supergroup the Lower Lights Release Solo Albums Evoking the Lonesome West

Not long ago, there was a popular narrative, a seeming consensus , regarding 1980s pop/rock music compared to that of decades surrounding it. Listeners and critics have cited period-specific approaches to instrumentation, recording, mixing, mastering, and songwriting as reasons why many considered this popular music's lowest point. But in the decade since that narrative peaked, a number of well-received albums from artists of rock, pop, dance, and hip-hop have receiv...
Tags: Music, Time, Country, Sun, Magic, Smith, Neil Diamond, Charlie Kaufman, Folk, Jason Isbell, Wolf, Mark Kozelek, Sturgill Simpson, Elliott Smith, Christensen, Rio Grande


Shorties (Ann Beattie Interviewed, Radiohead's OK Computer Reconsidered, and more)

Ann Beattie talked to All Things Considered about her new short fiction collection The Accomplished Guest. Drowned in Sound reconsidered Radiohead's OK Computer album 20 years after its release. eBooks on sale for $1.13 today: After Henry by Joan Didion eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: The Birthday of the World by Ursula K. Le Guin Bluebeard by Kurt Vonnegut Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut Cloudsplitter by Russell Banks The Coral Sea by Patti Smith Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut Girl in the Wo...
Tags: Music, Ray Bradbury, Radiohead, David, New York Times, Jane Austen, Rosewater, Joan Didion, Coachella, Wiley, Jorge Luis Borges, Kurt Vonnegut, Henry, Noam Chomsky, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Coral Sea


Lambchop – “The Hustle Unlimited”

On last year's FLOTUS, the long-running alt-country ensemble Lambchop went electric, turning in an album of AutoTuned digital blues that still somehow sounded like Lambchop. But now, as The Line Of Best Fit reports, Kurt Wagner and co. have reworked FLOTUS' lead single "The Hustle" into "The Hustle Unlimited," a more … More »
Tags: Music, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop


Photos: Lambchop at the Bootleg Theater

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Lambchop brought their melancholy splendor to the Bootleg Theater on Saturday night on a rare visit to L.A. from a band that has consistently woven a rich tapestry of old and new country and electronica since the early 1990s. The Bootleg crowd of mostly longtime fans were enamored: “Y’all sound the best ever,” one shouted, to which main man Kurt Wagner replied, “Now the show is jinxed.” But it wasn’t. Lambchop was touring behind its latest album “FLOTUS (For ...
Tags: Music, Gallery, Tortoise, Show Review, Bootleg Theater, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop, Ashly Covington, Brokeback, Douglas McCombs, Illinois River Valley Blues Photos


Tonight in L.A.: Ryan Adams, Justin Townes Earle, Lambchop, Great Good Fine OK, Vulfpeck, Avi Buffalo, William Close’s Earth Harp, Lady Antebellum, Wallows, Trey Songz, Highly Suspect, Gloria Trevi

Los Angeles concerts for Saturday: ► Ryan Adams plays the Greek Theatre in support of his latest album “Prisoner,” with Karen Elson supporting. ► Justin Townes Earle, whose new album “Kids in the Street” came out last week, headlines the El Rey Theathre, with the Sadies opening. ► It’s Lambchop at the Bootleg Theater, joined by Brokeback, the side project of Tortoise’s Douglas McCombs. ► New York synth-pop duo Great Good Fine OK holds down the party at the Teragram Ballroom. ► It’s a sold-out Ni...
Tags: Music, New York, California, Los Angeles, Preview, Trey Songz, Alex, Tortoise, Ryan Adams, Bootleg Theater, Karen Elson, William Close, Brown, Jonas Rathsman, Avi Buffalo, Judy Collins


This Week’s Shows: May 29-June 4

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: John Legend, T.I., Barrows, Calvin Love, the Diamond Light, Doctrin, Fellow Bohemian, Björk, Oh Land, Sean Gadd, Peter Matthew Bauer, Battle Tapes, Katelyn Tarver, Mount Kimbie, Dead & Company, Miranda Lee Richards, Chris Price, the Mountain Goats, Chris Cohen, Obey the Wolves, Rosie Tucker, Twin Oaks, Livingmore, Maty Noyes, Too Many Zooz, Bubba Sparxxx, Sam Outlaw, Durand Jones & the Indications, Springtime Carnivore, the Rescues, Little Hurricane, Fletcher, Love...
Tags: Preview, Avi Buffalo, Barrows, Battle Tapes, Bjork, Blake Hazard, Bubba Sparxxx, Burt Bacharach, Calvin Love, Chon, Chris Cohen, Chris Price, Christian Lee Hutson, Christian Scott, Computer Games, Dead & Company


TRACKS OF THE WEEK 12-03-2017 - Quiet Life, Krakow Loves Adana, Lambchop, Nite-Funk

Tracks of the Week Instagram  @alanreesb London Scouser:- Quiet Life - 'Live Wire' - (2016)Another week, another new band to me. This is the opening track from the album 'Foggy' and it sounds a bit Jose Gonzalez to me, which can't be a bad thing. The rest of the album has some real country numbers, which I didn't expect to enjoy, but I was tapping and singing along like a goodun' in my car. The video for this is a bit arty, with a lady dancing around contemporary sty...
Tags: Religion, Hamburg, Kurt, Moody, Lisa Lisa, Jose Gonzalez, Tracks of the Week, Sfw, Tune Doctor, Lambchop, Kraków Loves Adana, Nite-Funk, Deniz Cicek, Robert Heitmann, Jam LA s Nite Funk, Quiet Life Krakow Loves Adana Lambchop Nite Funk


TRACKS OF THE WEEK 12-03-2017 - Quite Life, Krakow Loves Adana, Lambchop, Nite-Funk

Tracks of the Week Instagram  @alanreesb London Scouser:- Quiet Life - 'Live Wire' - (2016)Another week, another new band to me. This is the opening track from the album 'Foggy' and it sounds a bit Jose Gonzalez to me, which can't be a bad thing. The rest of the album has some real country numbers, which I didn't expect to enjoy, but I was tapping and singing along like a goodun' in my car. The video for this is a bit arty, with a lady dancing around contemporary sty...
Tags: Religion, Hamburg, Kurt, Moody, Lisa Lisa, Jose Gonzalez, Tracks of the Week, Sfw, Tune Doctor, Lambchop, Kraków Loves Adana, Nite-Funk, Quite Life Krakow Loves Adana Lambchop Nite Funk, Deniz Cicek, Robert Heitmann, Jam LA s Nite Funk


This Week's Interesting Music Releases - March 3, 2017

David Bazan's Care, Jenn Grant's Paradise, and Tim Kasher's No Resolution are all new albums I can recommend this week. Vinyl reissues include Ennio Morricone's The Thing score and Lambchop: Is a Woman. What new music are you looking forward to or enjoying this week? This week's interesting music releases: Alexis Taylor: Listen With(out) Piano Animal Collective: Hollindagain (reissue) [vinyl] Blanck Mass: World Eater Bleached: Can You Deal? [vinyl] Bob Dylan: The Real Royal Albert Hall 1...
Tags: Music, David, Bob Dylan, Ed Sheeran, Ennio Morricone, Clark, George Jones, David Bazan, Alexis Taylor, Nadia Reid, Bombadil, Blanck, Lambchop, Jenn Grant, Moh Lhean, Ronald Bruner Jr


Watch Kurt Wagner And Six Electronic Musicians Reinterpret Lambchop’s New Album Live On Stage In FLOTUS Movements

Kurt Wagner is the mastermind behind the legendary alt-country outfit Lambchop, who last year released the digital-blues venture FLOTUS -- a far-yet-familiar cry from the group's roots in more traditional folk music and chamber pop. Back in November, Wagner presented a special, one-time performance entitled FLOTUS Movements at Cologne, Germany's WEEK-END Fest in … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Premiere, Wagner, Cologne Germany, Kurt Wagner, FLOTUS, Lambchop, Week-end Festival


Green Man Festival: 2017 lineup & tickets

PJ Harvey, Ryan Adams and Future Islands headline this festival which takes place in Wales in August. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Wales, Shame, Future Islands, Ryan Adams, PJ Harvey, Music News, Conor Oberst, Tour Dates, Jessica Pratt, Sunflower Bean, Field Music, Michael Chapman, Angel Olsen, Jon Hopkins, Richard Dawson


Lambchop – “When You Were Mine” (Prince Cover)

Lambchop pulled from hip-hop and smooth R&B on their most recent album, FLOTUS, and today, Kurt Wagner is sharing a cover that shows off their newfound chops. The band has covered Prince's "When You Were Mine" in order to promote their upcoming tour, and you can listen to it and check out their … More »
Tags: Music, Prince, Tour Dates, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop


Lambchop - When You Were Mine

Lambchop released one of the top albums of 2016 with FLOTUS. Now, Kurt Wagner and his band, which includes Wye Oak multi-instrumentalist Andy Stack, have carried over that LP’s R&B textures to their new cover of Prince’s “When… (in post Lambchop cover Prince’s “When You Were Mine” — listen from Consequence of Sound. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Prince, Kurt Wagner, Lambchop


Best of 2016 - Old Pa

Old Pa's Best of 2016 AND MY NUMBER 1 IS.... Bit late but here are 5 of my top tracks from 2016:-Afro Celt Sound System - The Soul of a SisterKing Creosote - 'Wake Up To This'Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - 'Skeleton Tree'Lambchop - 'NIV'Sleaford Mods - 'TCR' [Author: Old Pa's Corner]
Tags: Religion, Nick Cave, Wednesday Club, Old Pa's Corner, Sleaford Mods, Best of 2016, Lambchop, King Creosote