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Lionlimb – “Nothing”

Lionlimb announced a new album, Spiral Groove, last month. It came with a glowing endorsement from Angel Olsen, which makes sense because the project’s (now) sole leader Stewart Bronaugh plays in Olsen’s backing band. We’ve heard “Loveland Pass” from it already and now we’re getting the album’s second single, “Nothing,” which is about trying to overcome personal dissatisfaction and be happy with the strides you’ve made: “There was nothing I could do/ But just take a seat right next to you/ Cause...
Tags: Music, New Music, Lionlimb, Olsen, Angel Olsen, Loveland Pass, Stewart Bronaugh


Lionlimb – “Loveland Pass”

Lionlimb used to be billed as the project of Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger, two members of Angel Olsen’s backing band. As a duo, they released two impressive albums, 2016’s Shoo and 2018’s Tape Recorder, psych-pop efforts informed by Elliott Smith at his catchiest, Britpop at its spaciest, chamber-pop at its most maudlin. Now, more than three years since we last heard from the band, Lionlimb is back with Bronaugh solely in control.
Tags: Music, New Music, Lionlimb, Elliott Smith, Angel Olsen, Loveland Pass, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger, Bronaugh


Snail Mail announces new LP, expands tour, playing Northside (hear "Pristine")

Snail Mail's new LP ’Lush’ is her first for Matador Records and will be out in June. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Lionlimb, Bill Pearis, Snail Mail, Northside Festival, Matador Records


Olden Yolk (ft. Shane Butler of Quilt) announce spring tour

Olden Yolk, which is led by Shane Butler (Quilt) and Caity Shaffer, just released their terrific last week via Trouble in Mind, and they'll be on tour starting in late April. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Lionlimb, Bill Pearis, Shane Butler, Jaye Bartell, Olden Yolk, Caity Shaffer, Shane Butler Quilt


Stream Lionlimb Tape Recorder

We’ve been keeping up with Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger’s psych-pop project Lionlimb since their 2016 debut, Shoo. In anticipation of their sophomore record, Tape Recorder, Angel Olsen’s contemporaries gave us “Maria” and “Clover.” The album won’t be officially released until Friday, but it's streaming early for those of us who can’t … More »
Tags: Music, Maria, Album Stream, Lionlimb, Angel Olsen, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger


Lionlimb – “Clover” Video

The follow up to Lionlimb’s debut, Shoo, is coming out at the end of next month. Today the Nashville-based psych-pop group are sharing another track from the forthcoming release, Tape Recorder. "Clover" shares a grainy film aesthetic with previous Lionlimb video "Maria,” but this one, directed by Joey Bell, boasts color as Stewart … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Nashville, Maria, Lionlimb, Stewart, Joey Bell


Lionlimb – “Maria” Video

We praised Nashville-based Lionlimb last year for their nostalgic psych-pop debut, Shoo, and now the team of current and former Angel Olsen bandmates is back with a second album on Dustin Payesur's Bayonet imprint. It's called Tape Recorder, and its lead single arrives today with an accompanying video directed by Alex … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Nashville, Alex, Lionlimb, Angel Olsen, Stewart Bronaugh, Alex O. Eaton, Dustin Payesur


Phoebe Bridgers covered Tom Petty & played her new LP at Baby's (pics, video)

After releasing her excellent, heartbreaking debut album Stranger in the Alps (on Dead Oceans), Phoebe Bridgers made her way to NYC for a sold-out at Baby's All Right on Wednesday (10/4). She played every song on the album and honored Tom Petty with a cover of "It'll All Work Out," which you can watch a video of... Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, NYC, Alps, Baby, Music News, Phoebe Bridgers, Lionlimb, Sara Bareilles, Cote, Tom Petty, Photo Galleries, BrooklynVegan Staff


Labor Day Weekend 2017 NYC event guide

Where did the summer go? Wanna see some live music in NYC this Labor Day Weekend? We have some suggestions. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Free, Charles Bradley, Little Dragon, Labor Day, Music News, Kangaroo, Tour Dates, Debit, Goatwhore, Burn, Guided By Voices, Lionlimb, Robyn Hitchcock, Watergate, Venom Inc


Stef Chura streaming new album (listen), playing Brooklyn before tour with Priests

Steph make hooky indie rock and she has a way with a turn-of-phrase, too, somewhere between Liz Phair and Throwing Muses. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Music News, Liz Phair, Tour Dates, Lionlimb, Bill Pearis, Kevin Krauter, Stef Chura


Lionlimb - Wide Bed

Chicago woozy post punk outfit Earring sent us these answers to our questions in this next installment of q and also a. q: What is the last song you (really) heard? a: The song “Wide Bed” by Lionlimb… (in post q and also a :: Earring from GIMME TINNITUS. More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Chicago, Lionlimb


EZTV announce new LP, share "High Flying Faith" ft. Jenny Lewis, touring

The new album also includes contributions from members of Real Estate and Quilt, and their NYC shows include opening for Miracle Legion, and the Out in the Streets festival. [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Real Estate, Jenny Lewis, Music News, Tour Dates, Lionlimb, Martin Courtney, Bill Pearis, EZTV, Nic Hessler, Chris Cohen, Quilt, Miracle Legion, Mega Bog


Lionlimb :: Shoo

Shoo is the debut album by Lionlimb, a duo comprised of singer-songwriter Stewart Bronaugh and drummer Joshua Jaeger. The band has a sleeper agent story: Bronaugh performed under the moniker back in 2010, bopped between Chicago and San Francisco, then linked up with Jaeger to record and tour with Angel Olsen for Burn Your Fire For No […]
Tags: San Francisco, Chicago, Lionlimb, Angel Olsen, Jaeger, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger, Bronaugh


Lionlimb - 04 Tinman V3

Shoo is the debut album by Lionlimb, a duo comprised of singer-songwriter Stewart Bronaugh and drummer Joshua Jaeger. The band has a sleeper agent story: Bronaugh performed under the moniker back in 2010, bopped between Chicago and San… (in post Lionlimb :: Shoo from An Aquarium Drunkard. More by this artist at )
Tags: Chicago, Lionlimb, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger, Bronaugh


Lionlimb - 03 Ride V3

Shoo is the debut album by Lionlimb, a duo comprised of singer-songwriter Stewart Bronaugh and drummer Joshua Jaeger. The band has a sleeper agent story: Bronaugh performed under the moniker back in 2010, bopped between Chicago and San… (in post Lionlimb :: Shoo from An Aquarium Drunkard. More by this artist at )
Tags: Chicago, Lionlimb, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger, Bronaugh


Stream Lionlimb Shoo (Stereogum Premiere)

Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger are members of Angel Olsen's backing band who've teamed up to make superlative singer-songwriter psych-pop under the name Lionlimb. Their debut album Shoo is one of the most likable, fully realized releases of 2016, one that positions the duo near the forefront of the many modern musicians mining decades-old AM … More »
Tags: Mp3s, Album Stream, Lionlimb, Angel Olsen, Stewart Bronaugh, Joshua Jaeger


Quilt streaming 'Plaza,' share "Roller" video

by Bill Pearis Quilt @ Baby's All Right, CMJ 2015 (more by PSquared) Quilt's new album, Plaza, is one of my favorites of 2016 so far. (It and Field Music's Commontime are tied for #1.) Ten songs, not a bad one in the bunch, that are absolutely jam-packed with memorable melodies, clever arrangements, ace performances, swoony strings and harmonies, and great little touches you might not notice till the fifth or sixth listen through. They are really at the top of their game here. It's out next w...
Tags: UK, Brooklyn, Npr, Brooklynvegan, Lionlimb, Bill Pearis


Lionlimb – “Domino”

Lionlimb proved their '70s singer-songwriter bona fides with a pair of tremendous 2015 tracks, "Turnstile" and "Bored Today." Today the Angel Olsen affiliates return with "Domino," the horn-inflected boom-bap Elliott Smith song of my dreams. It premiered at The Fader, and it will be on the duo's Bayonet Records debut album, Shoo. More »
Tags: Mp3s, Lionlimb, Elliott Smith, Fader, Angel Olsen