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Just Announced: Waxahatchee, Hurray For The Riff Raff, and Bedouine are somehow all on the same insane bill this April

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Just Announced: Waxahatchee, Hurray For The Riff Raff, and Bedouine are somehow all on the same insane bill this April

Waxahatchee | photo by Cameron Pollack for WXPN

Okay, Union Transfer, we see you. One of Philly’s fave venues just announced a bill for April 16th featuring the powerhouse, inspiring, invincible storytellers, Waxahatchee, Hurray for the Riff Raff, and Bedouine. All three. Geez oh man, what a steal.

For an incredible mix of singer-wongwriter / rock your socks off vibes, Katie Crutchfield’s Waxahatchee and the Alynda Lee Segarra-led, Hurray for the Riff Raff, will be sharing the headlining slot. Bedouine, the freshly acclaimed solo project of Azniv Korkejian — one of the current class of #NPRSlingshot artists ...

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Jawbreaker NYC and LA tickets on sale

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jawbreaker made their long awaited return to the stage when they headlined 2017’s Riot Fest, and now they’ve announced some more shows, as well. Tickets to their NYC and LA shows go on sale today (1/12).

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Jawbreaker announce NYC, LA & SF shows (some with Waxahatchee)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Some thought it would never happen, but Jawbreaker finally returned for the first time in 22 years and headlined Riot Fest 2017 with a killer set. Now more shows have finally been announced…

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Courtney Barnett made a tour playlist (listen)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The playlist includes music by Big Thief, Camp Cope, Lizzo, Waxahatchee, Torres, St. Vincent, Bjork, Aldous Harding, Sheer Mag, Vagabon, Angel Olsen, Joni Mitchell, and more.

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Shaky Knees 2018 lineup (Jack White, QOTSA, The National, Distillers, David Byrne & more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Jack White, Queens of The Stone Age, and The National headline. It’s the first announced reunion date for The Distillers, and the lineup also includes David Byrne, Fleet Foxes, The War On Drugs, Courtney Barnett, and much more.

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NPR’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

As always, NPR’s list mixes the pop/rock/rap/electronic/etc choices that most lists have with jazz, contemporary classical, and other stuff you may not have heard of.

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Levitation 2018 initial lineup: Slowdive, Black Angels, Ty Segall & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Having been rained out in 2016 and taking 2017 off, Levitation returns to downtown Austin in 2018 from April 26 – 29

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Night Shop is Justin of Babies/Kevin Morby (listen, see him w/ Waxahatchee)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Justin Sullivan, who was the drummer for The Babies and Kevin Morby’s band and currently plays in Flat Worms, also makes music on his own as Night Shop. This year he released an EP of demos, which finds him in good company with Morby, making a similar style of acoustic-y folk rock.

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Kevin Morby tells us about his 10 favorite albums of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Kevin writes as eloquently about other people’s music as he does with his own lyrics. Check out his favorites of the year.

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The FADER’s 101 top songs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

As usual, the list is heavy on rap and R&B, but there’s some other stuff in there too, like Phoebe Bridgers at #2!

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Noise Pop 2018 lineup additions: Built to Spill, Album Leaf, Waxahatchee & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Noise Pop Festival has added more artists the the lineup of its 2018 edition which happens February 19 – 25 in San Francisco. Additions include: Built to Spill (playing Keep it Like a Secret in full), Waxahatchee, The Album Leaf, Shamir, Alex Cameron, Jeff Rosenstock, The Hotelier…

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Rolling Stone’s Top 50 Albums of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

#3 is the U2 album that isn’t even out yet. Can you guess #1 and #2?

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Kevin Morby releases “Baltimore” benefit single, covered VU with Waxahatchee

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

“I wrote Baltimore at the time I was conceiving both Singing Saw and City Music and recorded a version during both sessions with two different bands. I love the song dearly, but in the end thought that thematically it didn’t belong on either album, and thus have been waiting for this moment to release it as what it has always been meant to be – a single.” – Kevin Morby.

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Waxahatchee teamed up with Kevin Morby to record a Velvet Underground cover

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Waxahatchee teamed up with Kevin Morby to record a Velvet Underground cover

Waxahatchee | photo by Cameron Pollack for WXPN

In between a crazy months-long tour that took Waxahatchee across the US and Europe this year, and with a fall tour that kicks off in just a few weeks, Katie Crutchfield found time to record a cover of The Velvet Underground’s “After Hours.” Crutchfield is joined by singer-songwriter Kevin Morby on the recording; the duo toured together last spring.

“After Hours” appeared on The Velvet Underground’s 1969 self-titled album. Crutchfield posted the home-recorded cover on her Tumblr, and tweeted, “the world is a dark place. here’s a cover of ‘after hours’.” Listen here. The Waxahatchee bandleader’s ...

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End of the Road 2017 pics (Father John Misty, Mac DeMarco, Waxahatchee, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This year’s fest took place August 31 – September 3 at the UK’s Larmer Tree Gardens and saw sets from Father John Misty, Mac DeMarco, Waxahatchee, Slowdive, The Moonlandingz, Jesus & Mary Chain, Amadou and Mariam, Aldous Harding, Real Estate, Foxygen, Alex Cameron, Baxter Dury, Girl Ray, and lots more.

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Newsflash!: Win Tickets to Waxahatchee @ 9:30 Club, 8/21/17

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Newsflash!: Win Tickets to Waxahatchee @ 9:30 Club, 8/21/17

You love going to shows. I love giving you tickets to shows. It’s a match made in heaven. Read on for how you can win some tickets.

I’ve been going to shows at the legendary 9:30 Club since I was a teenager, and have seen some of the best of the best grace that venerable stage. It is a pleasure to be offering a pair of tickets to several upcoming 9:30/IMP shows.

It’s only natural to be excited about the idea of seeing Waxahatchee live. Badass babe Katie Crutchfield is touring her second long player for Merge, Out In The ...

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Get lost in a spectral haze with Waxahatchee’s new “Recite Remorse” music video, made with Klip Collective

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Get lost in a spectral haze with Waxahatchee’s new “Recite Remorse” music video, made with Klip Collective

Waxahatchee | from “Recite Remorse” music video

Waxahatchee released their fourth full length album Out in the Storm on July 14th (when the band also celebrated the release with a Free at Noon show and opened her tour with a hometown show at Union Transfer), and in the short time since, frontwoman Katie Crutchfield has received endless deserved praise and critical acclaim both of the record and her live interpretations of the powerful tracks.

Today she released the second music video to accompany Out in the Storm for the excellent “Recite Remorse,” the track that perhaps most singularly embodies the album’s candid, introspective lyrics ...

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Get lost in a spectral haze with Waxahatchee’s new “Recite Remorse” music video, made with Klip Collective

Source: The Key (WXPN)

Get lost in a spectral haze with Waxahatchee’s new “Recite Remorse” music video, made with Klip Collective

Waxahatchee | from “Recite Remorse” music video

Waxahatchee released their fourth full length album Out in the Storm on July 14th (when the band also celebrated the release with a Free at Noon show and opened her tour with a hometown show at Union Transfer), and in the short time since, frontwoman Katie Crutchfield has received endless deserved praise and critical acclaim both of the record and her live interpretations of the powerful tracks.

Today she released the second music video to accompany Out in the Storm for the excellent “Recite Remorse,” the track that perhaps most singularly embodies the album’s candid, introspective lyrics ...

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Break Prep: New Broncho, Downtown Boys & Shilpa Ray on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

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Break Prep: New Broncho, Downtown Boys & Shilpa Ray on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

Broncho | Photo by Pooneh Ghana, courtesy of the artist

This week’s Indie Rock Hit Parade will be the last one for a little bit, but believe me I have a very good excuse. Listen at 11pm ET on XPN (right after a week-early edition of Land of the Lost with Robert Drake) for a full two-hour show that’ll hopefully tide you over until our post-XPNFest return. In the spirit of next weekend’s bonanza, we’ll hear from a few IRHP favorites who’ll be joining us at the festival, like Sweet Spirit, Strand of Oaks and Hop Along ...

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BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for July 19, 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

This week’s edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU features brand new music from The War on Drugs, The National, Ariel Pink, Nine Inch Nails, Waxahatchee, Big Thief, This is the Kit, and more.

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After the storm, Waxahatchee debuts Out Of The Storm at Union Transfer

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After the storm, Waxahatchee debuts Out Of The Storm at Union Transfer

Waxahatchee | photo by Cameron Pollack for WXPN

On Friday night, after an immense storm descended upon Philadelphia, a tour for the ages opened up on Spring Garden street.

Waxahatchee sent their fourth album, Out In The Storm, out into the world, and, both live and on the record, itʼs very simply Katie Crutchfield at her best. Earlier in the day, she played a short set at XPN’s Free at Noon concert, and both performances were raw, and emotive, pulling us deep into her own experiences and machinations, ones that many of us can relate amply to.

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