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Indie Stars Respond To Celebrity “Imagine” Video With Blink-182’s “I Miss You”

In ways that she couldn't have possibly anticipated, Gal Gadot gave the world a great gift last week. When Gadot rounded up a bunch of her friends to sing lines from John Lennon's "Imagine" into their phones, she gave us all something that we can mercilessly clown while we're stuck in quarantine. Already, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, John Lennon, Blink-182, Whitney, Mac Demarco, Ryley Walker, Natalie Prass, Dj Harrison, Kevin Morby, Lucius, Gal Gadot, David Bazan, Danny Brown, Matthew Koma, Demi Adejuyigbe


Shorties (Dave Cullen on His New Book, A Tiny Desk Concert by Natalie Prass, and more)

Dave Cullen discussed his book, Parkland, with the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Natalie Prass played a Tiny Desk Concert. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $2.99 today: An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter by César Aira Stream a new song by Wild Pink. Paste shared an excerpt from Sarah Pinsker's forthcoming debut novel, A Song for a New Day. Stream a new Jackie Mendoza song. Salon recommended books by African American women writers. Stereogum recons...
Tags: Music, David, Entertainment Weekly, Natalie Prass, Damien Jurado, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Suzanne Vega, Harvard Gazette, Frederick Douglass, Dave Cullen, Jonathan Lethem, Natasha Wimmer, Kero Kero Bonito, Lapham, Jim O Rourke, Jackie Mendoza


Watch Natalie Prass’ Slick-As Hell Performance Of “Short Court Style” On James Corden

It has been exactly 360 days since Natalie Prass released the slinky, disco-informed "Short Court Style," the first single from her 2018 sophomore album The Future And The Past. Somehow, the Richmond, Virginia singer-songwriter is still out here singing the song on late-night shows. This is a good thing. More »
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Watch Natalie Prass’ Slick-Ass Hell Performance Of “Short Court Style” On James Corden

It has been exactly 360 days since Natalie Prass released the slinky, disco-informed "Short Court Style," the first single from her 2018 sophomore album The Future And The Past. Somehow, the Richmond, Virginia singer-songwriter is still out here singing the song on late-night shows. This is a good thing. More »
Tags: Video, Music, James Corden, Natalie Prass, Richmond Virginia


Watch Kacey Musgraves & Natalie Prass Cover Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive”

Natalie Prass and Kacey Musgraves both put out great albums last year in the groove-heavy The Future And The Past and the lovestruck Golden Hour, the latter of which we named the very best album of 2018. And, as of last night, they're on tour together. More »
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Natalie Prass – “Wild Horses” (Prefab Sprout Cover)

Aside from releasing acclaimed albums such as 2015's self-titled and last year's The Future And The Past, Natalie Prass has proven herself adept at adapting other people's music -- mainly via the Side By Side EP, which featured her takes on tracks by Grimes, Anita Baker, and … More »
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The 60 Best Songs of 2018

60. St. Vincent - "Fast Slow Disco" Just because an album is available to purchase doesn't mean the songs are complete. While most acts will add different nuances to their hits in a live setting, Annie Clark is still very much obsessed with the tracks that made up her stellar 2017 effort Masseduction. She took her string-drenched highlight from that record "Slow Disco" and, while touring, turned it into an amped-up dance number, discovering that underneath all the opulence, it was a fist-...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Music, Florida, New York, Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves, Minneapolis, California, Aretha Franklin, Berlin, America, Atlanta, David, Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande


Shorties (An Interview with Javier Marias, Excerpts from Leonard Cohen's Notebooks, and more)

The Millions interviewed author Javier Marias. The Paris Review shared excerpts from Leonard Cohen's posthumous book, The Flame: Poems Notebooks Lyrics Drawings. 24 "best books of 2018" lists were added to Largehearted Boy's master aggregation Sunday (bringing the total to 176, including several lists by the Telegraph, Delish's best cookbooks, and The Week UK's best novels. Members of the band Shopping talked music and beer with October. November's best eBook deals. Gulf Coast ...
Tags: Music, UK, Hollywood, David, Gulf Coast, Leonard Cohen, Natalie Prass, Jeff Tweedy, Tweedy, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Paris Review, NPR Books, Superchunk, G Willow Wilson, Jonathan Lethem, Javier Marías


Shorties (An Interview with Irvine Welsh, Julia Holter Profiled, and more)

The profiled author Irvine Welsh. The Florida sun clearly agrees with him as, rather than slowing down and taking stock, the author is a hive of creativity: his next novel – “an intergenerational meditation on post-traumatic stress disorder in America triggered by gun violence” – is almost complete, while he also has a handful of film and television projects in the pipeline, and is working on tracks for an album of acid-house techno. Rolling Stone profiled singer-songwriter Julia Holter...
Tags: Music, Florida, America, David, Brooklyn, House, Julia Holter, Natalie Prass, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Hazlitt, NPR Music, Adam, Italo Calvino, Nicole Chung, Theodore Sturgeon, Hanif Abdurraqib


The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

I spent last night at the gory and ridiculous new Predator movie, and yet the most disturbing piece of body horror I saw all week was the DJ Khaled puppet in Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Dreams" video. Maybe that's why the "Barbie Dreams" video didn't make this week's list. This week's picks are below. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Paul Mccartney, Straight To Video, Natalie Prass, Farao, Adele Givens, Lil Pump, Jpegmafia, Barbie Dreams, Alex Germanotta, Audrey Gatewood, Irrum, Amanda Adelson


Board Question #91638: Dear Quixotic Kid and Guesthouse, It sounds like you both ...

Q: Dear Quixotic Kid and Guesthouse,It sounds like you both like music. Care to share any favorite songs?(Other writers are free to chip in too if you want.)-yayfulness A: Dear yayfulness, Ahhhh, thank you so much for giving me a chance to talk about weird music that I love. I am forever in your debt. Before I really get hardcore into these recommendations, I want to make it clear that these songs aren't necessarily squeaky clean. That being said, I would and have played all of these out loud ...
Tags: Japan, Bono, Boston, Coldplay, Park City, Hall, Natalie Prass, John Cage, Sylvan Esso, Holly, John Darnielle, Matthew E White, George Winston, Debussy, Jack Johnson, Clair de Lune


In 'The Fire,' Natalie Prass Revels In Ruins Of Presidents Past

In a new video for "The Fire," Natalie Prass stands in contrast to crumbling presidential busts.(Image credit: YouTube)
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Natalie Prass – “The Fire” Video

Earlier this year, Natalie Prass released her sophomore album, The Future And The Past, and today she's sharing a music video for one of its highlights, "The Fire." … More »
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Natalie Prass On World Cafe

Rather than taking on an acid tongue, Prass digs into the sweeter possibilities — that tough times can make people stick together, stand up and be counted and even dance.(Image credit: John Evin Groome/WXPN)
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The best new music this week: Black Thought, M. Ward, and more

Are you looking for the best new music? Each week, we scour the internet to find the most compelling new songs. On tap this week: Black Thought, M. Ward, Snail Mail, Phantastic Ferniture, and Natalie Prass. The post The best new music this week: Black Thought, M. Ward, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Trends, Buying Guides, New Music, Natalie Prass, Ward, Best New Music, New Streaming Music, Best Of Everything


This Week's Interesting Music Releases - June 1, 2018

Neko Case's Hell-On is one of the strongest albums of her career. Joan of Arc's 1984, LUMP's debut, and Natalie Prass's The Future And The Past are other worthwhile releases. This week's interesting music releases: American Aquarium: Things Change Ben Howard: Noonday Dream Cheap Trick: The Epic Archive Vol. 2 1980-1983 Damien Rice: O [vinyl] Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore: Downey to Lubbock Dave Matthews Band: Under the Table and Dreaming (reissue) [vinyl] Def Leppard: The Collection: ...
Tags: Music, Mississippi, Paul Simon, David, Joan, Ben Howard, Natalie Prass, John Misty, Downey, Lubbock, Emmylou Harris, Richard Edwards, Ye, Phil Cook, Jerry Garcia, Jethro Tull


Shorties (Summer's Recommended Debut Novels, Neko Case Interviewed, and more)

The Village Voice recommended debut novels for summer reading. Literary Hub previewed summer's best books. Neko Case discussed her new album, Hell-On, with Stereogum. May's best eBook deals. Jeff Goldblum is releasing his debut album. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: How Baseball Explains America by Hal Bodley Stream a new Petal song. Jamel Brinkley discussed his story collection A Lucky Man with The Millions. The A.V. Club previewed June's best new albums. Ahmed Saada...
Tags: Music, John Lennon, America, David, Bob Dylan, Michael Chabon, Ryan Adams, Baghdad, Neko Case, Townes Van Zandt, Jason Isbell, Natalie Prass, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Guernica, Sebastian, Jeff Goldblum


Watch Natalie Prass’ Stripped-Down Stereogum Session

Richmond, VA-based musician Natalie Prass is releasing her excellent sophomore album, The Future And The Past, at the end of the week. Today, she stopped by the Stereogum offices in New York City to perform a few songs from it. Prass kicked things off with "The Fire" and "Lost" and wrapped the performance … More »
Tags: Video, Music, New York City, Natalie Prass, Richmond VA, Stereogum Sessions


Shorties (Writers Remember Philip Roth, Pitchfork's Summer Album Preview, and more)

Zadie Smith, Jason Diamond, and Megan Abbott remembered Philip Roth. Vulture ranked Roth's books. Slate shared a guide to his work. Pitchfork previewed summer's best albums. May's best eBook deals. Vol. 1 Brooklyn interviewed singer-songwriter Dick Stusso. eBooks on sale today for $2.99: The Last Samurai by Helen DeWitt The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien Stream a new Maggie Rogers song. Ronan Farrow discussed his book War on Peace with Fresh Air. NPR Music is strea...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, Ryley Walker, Natalie Prass, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Paris Review, NPR Music, Roth, Lauren Groff, Tim O Brien, Ronan Farrow, Dick Stusso, Megan Abbott, Maggie Rogers, Helen DeWitt


Stream Natalie Prass’ New Album The Future And The Past

Three years ago, the Richmond, Virginia singer-songwriter Natalie Prass made her debut with a ridiculously gorgeous self-titled album full of immaculate, starry-eyed orchestral pop music. That first album was personal and intimate, but its inspirations were things like '70s studio pop and classic Disney soundtracks. It burst with ideas and melody and optimism. Next … More »
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First Listen: Natalie Prass, 'The Future And The Past'

On her sophomore release The Future and The Past, the heartbreak of Prass' 2015 self-titled debut is still there in spades, but the narrative — as well as the music itself — is somehow grander yet.(Image credit: Tonje Thilesen/Courtesy of the artist)
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tours announced: Modeselektor, Rich Homie Quan, Cough, Bazzi, more

Plus: Jawbreaker, Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Pissed Jeans, Natalie Prass, Wild Pink, The Kills, Fever Ray, Haley Heynderickx and more newly-announced tours and shows. Continue reading… [Author: BrooklynVegan Staff]
Tags: Music, Wiki, Music News, Tour Dates, Rich Homie Quan, Natalie Prass, Apparat, Yvette, Modeselektor, Dave Alvin, Hip Hop News, Cough, Electric Wizard, BrooklynVegan Staff, Electronic Dance Music News, Heavy Metal News


BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn free 2018 Prospect Park shows: Breeders, Godspeed, Gary Clark Jr, Aimee Mann, more

The 2018 BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival free show lineup also includes Rhye & Natalie Prass, BADBADNOTGOOD, Tinariwen, Antibalas, Brandi Carlile, The Jayhawks, Superchunk, Speedy Ortiz, and more. Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Leonard Cohen, Music News, Tour Dates, Prospect Park, 4th Of July, Speedy Ortiz, Los Lobos, Natalie Prass, Fischerspooner, Bill Pearis, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Kaki King, My Brightest Diamond, Terrace Martin, Taylor McFerrin


Shorties (Michael Ondaatje on His New Novel, A Lou Reed Poetry Collection, and more)

Michael Ondaatje discussed his new novel Warlight with Publishers Weekly. Rolling Stone reviewed the new collection of Lou Reed's poetry, Do Angels Need Haircuts?. May's best eBook deals. Stream a new Innocence Mission song. A docuseries based on Michelle McNamara's I'll Be Gone in the Dark, which searched for the Golden State Killer, is in production. Gomez's Tom Gray discussed the band's album Bring It On, which just turned 20 years old, with Drowned in Sound. eBook on sal...
Tags: Music, UK, North Korea, John Lennon, David, Brooklyn, House, Vogue, Lou Reed, Beach House, Grateful Dead, Chuck Palahniuk, Natalie Prass, Brooklynvegan, Iceage, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Natalie Prass – “Lost”

Natalie Prass is releasing her sophomore album, The Future And The Past, in exactly a month's time. We've heard "Short Court Style" and "Sisters" from it already, and today the Richmond-based musician has shared the album's third single, "Lost." It's a sort of tender-hearted, theatrical ballad that wouldn't feel out of place on … More »
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Andy Jenkins – “Sweet Bunch” Video

For many years Richmond-based Andy Jenkins toiled behind the scenes of Spacebomb, the powerhouse indie folk studio and label that has helped launch Julien Baker, Bedouine, and Natalie Prass among others. Now Jenkins is gearing up to share his own homespun melodies. "Sweet Bunch," from his forthcoming debut album of the same name, sees the … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Premiere, Richmond, Natalie Prass, Jenkins, Andy Jenkins, Spacebomb, Julien Baker Bedouine


Sisters by Natalie Prass

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The best new music this week: Wye Oak, Hop Along, and Natalie Prass

Are you looking for the best new music? Each week, we scour the internet to find the most compelling new songs, sharing which artists, tracks, and albums are worthy of your attention. On tap this week: Wye Oak, Hop Along, and Natalie Prass. The post The best new music this week: Wye Oak, Hop Along, and Natalie Prass appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Trends, Buying Guides, New Music, Natalie Prass, Best New Music, New Streaming Music, Best Of Everything, Five to Stream 2016, new music June 2016


ListenUp: Natalie Prass: Sisters

From her upcoming second album The Future and The Past (set for release 1 June), Natalie Prass' new track is a funky neo-soul tune that's all about fostering the sisterhood. Her jazz-inflected vocals on "Sisters" are half-spoken yet melodic. Name-checking...... Continue Reading...
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Shorties (Spring's Most Anticipated Books, New Music from Wye Oak, and more)

Vogue listed spring's most anticipated books. Stream anew song by Wye Oak. March's best eBook deals. Stream anew song by Deeper. Guernica interviewed author Therese Marie Mailhot. Pitchfork reconsidered the Kinks' 1967 album Something Else. Why Norman Mailer still matters in 2918. GEMS covered John Lennon's "Imagine." Entertainment Weekly profiled author Celeste Ng. Drowned in Sound interviewed members of the psych-rock band Turbowolf. The Washington Post interv...
Tags: Music, John Lennon, Stephen Malkmus, David, New York Times, Vogue, Ursula K Le Guin, New York Times Magazine, Natalie Prass, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Literary Hub, Moore, Norman Mailer, Celeste Ng, Lorrie Moore, Nick Antosca