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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


Watch SASAMI & Snail Mail Cover Mitski In DC

Recent Artist To Watch SASAMI has opened for Snail Mail and Mitski, and she's going to play some more shows with Snail Mail during the latter's upcoming tour this summer. Last night, SASAMI performed at DC9 in Washington, DC, and Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan came out to join her for a cover of … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Washington Dc, Mitski, Sasami, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Snail Mail’s Lush: Listening Alone, Together

At its most sorrowful, Lindsey Jordan’s debut album faintly echoes the loneliness of the cross. [Author: [email protected] (Chad Ashby)]
Tags: Music, Religion, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan, Chad Ashby


Watch Snail Mail Talk Old Bay Seasoning, Godspell, & Tegan & Sara In Nardwuar Interview

Last year, badass teenage songwriter Lindsey Jordan, known to most of us as Snail Mail, emerged from the suburban hinterlands outside of Baltimore and released Lush, one the best debut albums we've heard in a dog's age. And now Jordan has gone through a crucial rising-star rite of passage and done an interview … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jordan, Baltimore, Nardwuar, Sara, Tegan, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan, Nardwuar Interview


Shorties (Recommended Books for Feminist Boys and Girls, An Interview with Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan, and more)

The New York Times recommended books for feminist boys and girls. SPIN interviewed Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan (whose album Lush is one of my favorites of the year). 32 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation on Monday (bringing the total to 992), including GQ’s best books, the Chicago Review of Books’ best books, and The Big Issue’s best kids books Largehearted Boy's essential and interesting 2018 year-end music lists (updated daily). Decem...
Tags: Music, Scotland, Woody Guthrie, David, New York Times, Kate Bush, Gq, Pedro, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Raconteurs, Snail Mail, Chicago Review of Books, Lindsey Jordan, Creative Independent, Emily A Sprague, Laura Adamczyk


Snail Mail Reviews 2018

Snail Mail was already having a quick ascension. Last year, when Lindsey Jordan was just 18, she garnered a ton of buzz and acclaim for her reissued 2016 EP Habit, eventually earning her a deal with Matador for her full-length debut. She seemed like one of the indie world's bright new stars, and … More »
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Interview, Toto, Snail Mail, A Star is Born, Lindsey Jordan, Lil Tay, 2018 In Review


Shorties (An Interview with Catherine Lacey, Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan Profiled, and more)

interviewed Catherine Lacey about her new story collection Certain American States. American Songwriter profiled Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Blood Bones & Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton Drowned in Sound interviewed the noise pop duo the Lovely Eggs. The Paris Review shared an excerpt from David L. Ulin's forthcoming book The Lost Art of Reading. Lissie visited The Current for an interview and live performance. BuzzFeed recommended books about...
Tags: Music, Congress, New York City, David, Samantha Hunt, Sun Kil Moon, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, Paris Review, Lissie, Jen Cloher, Gabrielle Hamilton, David L Ulin, Snail Mail, Javier Marías, Kikagaku Moyo


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


Shorties (Ottessa Moshfegh's Favorite Books, Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan Interviewed, and more)

Ottessa Moshfegh discussed her favorite books at Vulture. Moshfegh was interviewed by the OTHERPPL podcast. PopMatters interviewed Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan. eBook on sale for $2.99 today: Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer All Songs Considered recommended the week's best new albums. The Oxford American features a new essay by Leesa Cross-Smith. Phoebe Bridgers covered Manchester Orchestra's "The Gold." Rachel Heng recommended novels by Singaporean writers at Literar...
Tags: Music, David, Jonathan Safran Foer, Manchester Orchestra, Brooklynvegan, Mew, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Barnes, Ottessa Moshfegh, Peter Orner, Tony Molina, Snail Mail, Paul Tremblay, Jonas Bjerre, Lindsey Jordan, Rachel Heng


Snail Mail Is A Songwriter, Not Just Another Girl In A Band

Lindsey Jordan graduated from high school in the spring. This summer, she releases her debut album, Lush, with the band Snail Mail, courtesy of the venerable indie rock label Matador Records (a.k.a., the people who brought us a Liz Phair album in the '90s that changed the lives of a lot of women...among other accomplishments). If that makes it sound like Jordan is an overachiever, you should know she's been taking guitar lessons since she was 5. One of her teachers and mentors is Mary Timony, w...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Beyonce, New York Times, Jordan, Liz Phair, Snail Mail, Matador Records, Lindsey Jordan, Mary Timony, Jonathan Van Ness


Snail Mail Delivers Sturdy Guitar Riffs And Soaring Vocals On 'Lush'

Eighteen-year-old Lindsey Jordan, who records under the name Snail Mail, has been playing guitar for 13 years. This combination of youth and experience creates a distinctive sound on her new album.
Tags: News, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Watch Snail Mail Cover Coldplay

Snail Mail's debut album, Lush, is out today, and we really love it, enough to put it at #3 on our Best Albums Of The Year So Far list. Lindsey Jordan played the Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn last night for her album release show -- and as one of the first … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Brooklyn, Coldplay, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Shorties (The Best Comics of the Year So Far, The Musical Legacy of Dead Can Dance, and more)

Vulture listed the best comics of the year (so far). The Quietus considered the musical legacy of Dead Can Dance. June's issue of Words Without Borders offers perspectives on contemporary queer life. Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell reconsidered the band's five albums at Noisey. R.I.P., Anthony Bourdain. Gorilla Vs. Bear listed its favorite albums and songs of the year (so far). Michelle Tea recommended essential books about contemporary queer life in America at Publishers We...
Tags: Music, America, David, Bob Dylan, Baltimore, Alice, Interpol, Anthony Bourdain, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Jerry Cantrell, Julie Byrne, Molly Crabapple, Eliades Ochoa, Michelle Tea, Lindsey Jordan, Zinzi Clemmons


Shorties (Recommended Underrated Writers, An Interview with Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan, and more)

Literary Hub recommended underrated writers. The Spinoff interviewed Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed author William Boyle. Paste previewed June's new album releases. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Edgar Allan Poe: The Fever Called Living by Paul Collins Legends of the Fall by Jim Harrison Field Report visited The Current studio for an interview and live performance. Porochista Khakpour discussed her new memoir Sick with Electric Literature. Slate ...
Tags: Music, Florida, Edgar Allan Poe, David, Brooklyn, Bill Clinton, Grimes, James Patterson, Courtney Barnett, Kim Gordon, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Ward, Holmes, San Francisco Chronicle, Hazlitt


An Indie-Rock Star at 18? Snail Mail Is Figuring It Out

The singer and guitarist Lindsey Jordan has a high school diploma, an emotional intelligence well beyond her years and a chance to push herself out on a bigger stage.
Tags: News, Jordan, Homosexuality and Bisexuality, Lindsey Jordan, Pop and Rock Music, Lindsey (Singer, Lush (Album


Snail Mail – “Let’s Find An Out”

Snail Mail are releasing their debut album, Lush, in a couple weeks. The two singles we've heard from it so far, "Pristine" and "Heat Wave," are both pummeling rock songs based around a groundswell of different emotions. Lindsey Jordan switches things up for the next track she's sharing from the album, though. "Let's … More »
Tags: Music, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Shorties (Samantha Irby on Books and Reading, A Conversation Between Liz Phair and Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan, and more)

Samantha Irby talked books and reading with the New York Times. Pitchfork shared a conversation between Liz Phair and Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan. May's best eBook deals. Eleanor Friedberger visited the Paste studio for a live session. Anomaly interviewed poet Tommy Pico. NPR Music is streaming Bombino's new album Deran. The Michigan Daily interviewed Charles Forsman about the television adaptation of his graphic novel The End of the Fucking World. NPR Music is streaming...
Tags: Music, Japan, David, Michigan, Liz Phair, Okkervil River, Eleanor Friedberger, Bombino, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Holly, NPR Music, Charles Forsman, Rebecca Solnit, Leslie Jamison, Snail Mail, Mary Lattimore


Snail Mail Laces Up To Clobber Bros In 'Heat Wave' Video

Don't mess with Lindsey Jordan. (Image credit: YouTube)
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Snail Mail – “Heat Wave” Video

Last month, Snail Mail announced their debut album, Lush, with "Pristine," which topped our list of the best songs of the week back when it came out. Today, Lindsey Jordan is sharing the LP's second single, "Heat Wave," and it's sticky and humid, much like the unbearable situation that Jordan finds herself wrapped … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Jordan, Snail Mail, Brandon Herman, Lindsey Jordan


Coachella 2018: Cardi B twerked and Portugal. The Man rocked on Sunday

It was a sleepier-than-usual Sunday at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, and the pregnant hip-hop singer of the moment twerked on stage and all was good in the world again. That’s my theory, at least, and if you weren’t there to see Cardi B, whose debut album “Invasion Of Privacy” debuted at No. 1 this week, just after her pregnancy revealing appearance on “Saturday Night Live,” well you’ll have to take my word for it, won’t you? Cardi B only played half an hour on a set she’s been c...
Tags: Sport, Earth, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, Portugal, Metallica, Coachella, Kehlani, Michelle Zauner, Don, Bey, Portland Trailblazers, Bell Tolls, Coachella Valley Music, Cardi


Watch Angel Olsen Sing “Shut Up Kiss Me” With Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan At Coachella

We've been Snail Mail fans ever since they impressed the hell out of us at SXSW last year, and you'll be fans too once you hear their upcoming debut album Lush. (Just listen to "Pristine," if you haven't already. That alone will probably do it.) … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Coachella, Sxsw, Angel Olsen, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Coachella 2018, Day 2 photos (Beyonce, David Byrne, Angel Olsen, Brockhampton, more)

Beyonce's spectacular headlining set included a Destiny's Child reunion and appearances from Solange and Jay-Z. David Byrne brought his "untethered" American Utopia show to Coachella, while Brockhampton's energetic set (with a string orchestra and A-Trak as DJ) was another highlight. Read more about those sets and more, setlists and photos included... Continue reading… [Author: Amanda Hatfield]
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Jay-z, Diplo, Solange, Coachella, First Aid Kit, Tyler The Creator, Music News, Nile Rodgers, David Byrne, Benjamin Booker, Amanda Hatfield, Priests, Flatbush Zombies, Angel Olsen


Shorties (April's Best Books, The Legacy of the Pixies' Surfer Rosa, and more)

recommended April's best books. The Ringer examined the legacy of the Pixies' debut album Surfer Rosa. March's best eBook deals. Sunflower Bean visited World Cafe for a live performance and interview. Anna Quindlen recommended books by contemporary woman authors. Stream first solo song. The Guardian profiled author and editor Ian Buruma. Nathan Rabin examined the musical legacy of Dr. Demento. New Orleans Public Radio talked books and writing with Sean Penn. Ste...
Tags: Music, UK, Beyonce, Neil Gaiman, David, Steve Albini, Nico Muhly, Sunflower Bean, Nardwuar, Irish Times, Publishers Weekly, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Rosa, Nadia Reid, Pixies, Deborah Levy


Snail Mail Is Ready For You Now

Lindsey Jordan feels like a jaded old man. She tells me this after ordering a burrito to-go, because she has a bunch of appointments after this one and isn’t all that hungry right now. Photoshoots, interviews, meetings, what have you; she’s ping-ponging between them, and I happen to have an hour with her at a … More »
Tags: Music, Interview, Tour Dates, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan


Snail Mail signs to Matador, played a Tiny Desk Concert, touring w/ Beach Fossils

strong>Snail Mail, the musical moniker of Lindsey Jordan, has signed to Matador who will release her full-length debut in 2018. While we wait for that, Snail Mail just performed a NPR Tiny Desk concert, playing two songs with her band from her 2016 EP , and finishing with a solo performance of new song "Anytime." Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Bill Pearis, Tiny Desk Concert, Snail Mail, NPR Tiny Desk, Beach Fossils, Lindsey Jordan


Snail Mail: Tiny Desk Concert

Snail Mail's sleepy songs have a way of waking you up. Watch the band perform music from its quietly stunning Habit EP, plus a new song played solo by Lindsey Jordan.(Image credit: Claire Harbage/NPR)
Tags: News, Lindsey Jordan


Photos: Girlpool at the Teragram Ballroom

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] Since their 2015 debut “Before the World Was Big,” Girlpool has moved from their hometown of Los Angeles to Philadelphia and then back home again, and the songs on their sophomore album “Powerplant” cover as much emotional terrain. The duo of Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker, joined by multi-instrumentalist Steven Steinbrink and drummer Miles Wintner, shared some of those sentiments Tuesday night at the Teragram Ballroom. Their sold-out hometown show was full ...
Tags: Music, Featured, Los Angeles, Gallery, Philadelphia, Show Review, Teragram Ballroom, Tucker, Cleo Tucker, Girlpool, Snail Mail, Harmony Tividad, Lindsey Jordan, Jessica Hanley, Tividad, Miles Wintner


At SXSW 2017, Everyone’s Talking About Snail Mail

The Snail Mail narrative is one we've heard before. Lindsey Jordan is young. Young enough to still be in high school. She's an accomplished guitarist and songwriter who sounds much wiser than her 17 years. Jordan's been written about by major music sites on the strength of the band's 2016 EP Habit and … More »
Tags: Music, Concert, Jordan, Young, Sxsw, Snail Mail, Lindsey Jordan, Sxsw2017


Merchandise share new video starring Priests' Katie Alice Greer & Snail Mail's Lindsey Jordan

Obsession! Mystery! Curses! Wigs! [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Bill Pearis, Snail Mail, Katie Alice Greer, Lindsey Jordan


Merchandise – “Right Back To The Start” Video (Feat. Priests’ Katie Alice Greer & Snail Mail’s Lindsey Jordan)

Back in November, when Merchandise were on tour in support of their new album A Corpse Wired For Sound, frontman Carson Cox passed out backstage and fractured his jaw, forcing the band to reschedule a whole bunch of upcoming dates. Thankfully, Cox is all better now, and to prove it, he's shared a new … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Merchandise, Premiere, Carson Cox, Cox, Priests, Snail Mail, Katie Alice Greer, Lindsey Jordan