Tag Archives: Mazzy Star

Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions announce 2017 tour

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

After being revealed on the Desert Daze lineup, Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions have announced a tour in support of last year’s great Until the Hunter. So far, support acts on the tour include Peaking Lights, Daydream Machine, and Mariee Sioux

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Desert Daze initial 2017 lineup: Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Spiritualized, more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The 2017 edition of festival Desert Daze happens October 12 – 15 at The Institute of Mentalphysics in Joshua Tree, CA.

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Is this Jared Kushner’s last.fm profile?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

He likes Twenty One Pilots a lot.

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this week’s BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXM was dedicated to women (playlist)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

BrooklynVegan Blog Radio airs Wednesdays at noon and midnight on SiriusXMU (Ch. 35), which meant this week’s edition aired the day after the election. We chose an all-female playlist…and we made a Spotify version for those who aren’t SiriusXM subscribers.

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Five Notable Releases of the Week (11/4)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

We’re just days away from Election Day, and that surely impacted some of today’s new albums…

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Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions made us a playlist (listen), release new LP

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It features legends like Bert Jansch and Captain Beefheart, plus smaller, newer artists like Ora Cogan and Daydream Machine, and more.

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stream Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions’ new album, ‘Until the Hunter’

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Mazzy Star singer Hope Sandoval releases the new Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions album — her project with My Bloody Valentine’s Colm Ó Cíosóig — Until the Hunter next week (11/4), but you can hear it now.

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Kurt Vile and Hope Sandoval package bliss on “Let Me Get There”

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Kurt Vile and Hope Sandoval package bliss on “Let Me Get There”

Kurt Vile and Hope Sandoval | image via Pitchfork (Kurt Vile photo by Erika Goldring; Hope Sandoval photo by Luz Gallardo)

A couple thousand years ago, some Egyptian dude invented the sundial as a means of keeping time, and we’ve been stressed out ever since. Gone are the days when people “got there when they got there,” but on her gorgeous new duet with Kurt Vile, Hope Sandoval aims to change that.

“Let Me Get There” is the kind of song that transports you to another world. I’m not exaggerating when I say that this thing could make a root ...

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Hope Sandoval shares Kurt Vile collaboration, details new album ‘Until the Hunter’

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

We recently mentioned that Mazzy Star singer Hope Sandoval would release her first Warm Inventions album since 2009, Until the Hunter, and that it would feature Kurt Vile singing on the single “Let Me Get There.” That song is out now…

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listen to Frank Ocean’s favorite songs (as listed in his ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ zine)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s very a eclectic playlist, as you would probably expect from Frank, covering a ton of stylistic and historical ground.

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listen to Frank Ocean’s favorite songs (as listed in his ‘Boys Don’t Cry’ zine)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s very a eclectic playlist, as you would probably expect from Frank, covering a ton of stylistic and historical ground.

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Singles Club: Psychic Ills

Source: Fuzzy Logic

Singles Club: Psychic Ills

You know what’s somehow even better than a new Psychic Ills song? A Psychic Ills song featuring the honeyed drawl of Hope Sandoval. And sweet mercy y’all, it’s the darndest thing, that’s precisely what we have here.

Listening to this languid, hazy piece of sonic gold dust brings much happiness. Sandoval’s meltingly perfect voice fits right in to the wistful, warm, sun-drenched psych expanses of the song, snug as a bug in a rug. It’s a dandy, y’all, and you might just have a hard time tearing yourself away.    

[posted 4.21.16]

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Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval sings on new Psychic Ills album (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

In case you missed it:
Psychic Ills are excited to announce their fifth album, Inner Journey Out. Their first album since 2013, Inner Journey Out is the culmination of an odyssey of three years of writing, traversing the psych-rock landscape they’ve carved throughout their career and taking inspired pilgrimages into country, blues, gospel, and jazz…

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Tendril Tales is Hope Sandoval of Mazzy Star’s label; website launches, RSD release already on eBay

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Head to a record store near you on Saturday to buy the first-ever release from Tendril Tales.

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XPN MusicNotes: Watch David Gilmour summon Pink Floyd on Kimmel, hear new music from Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval and more

Source: The Key (WXPN)

XPN MusicNotes: Watch David Gilmour summon Pink Floyd on Kimmel, hear new music from Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval and more

David Gilmour on Kimmel | still from video

David Gilmour was feeling his Pink Floyd roots last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live as he performed “Wish You Were Here.” Watch below, along with his new “Rattle That Lock.”

Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval has another album from her other band ready for lift-off. Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions is getting ready to put out their 1st new first album in 7 years-  the lead single of which, is a song called: “Isn’t It True.” The track will come out on Record Store Day on April 6th. The upcoming, as-yet-untitled album ...

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Good Cover Version: JEFF The Brotherhood Does Mazzy Star

Source: Fuzzy Logic

Pulp gave the world the song “Bad Cover Version.” But seeing as I’m a sonic optimist, I’m of the belief that there’s more likely than not more good cover versions floating around than bad ones. Good Cover Version celebrates the good, and leaves all that bad and ugly stuff alone.

When I heard that JEFF The Brotherhood had covered Mazzy Star, I was all sorts of intrigued. After all, those boys are raucous as all get out, how on earth would they handle the layers of lovely emoting done by the one and only Mazzy Star? Quite well, it turns ...

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