Articles tagged kimya dawson, moldy peaches, juno soundtrack, jeffrey lewis, karl blau

8 Jul 2013 // 10:04 PM

The Uncluded: Hokey Fright

DIY folk singer/self-help guru Kimya Dawson and word-heavy rapper/surrealist Aesop Rock might seem like unlikely partners, but it makes a certain kind of sense.

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Jeffrey Lewis: A Turn in the Dream-Songs

The truth hurts, and no one illustrates honesty more colorfully than Jeffrey Lewis.

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Earth: Angels of Darkness, Demons of Light 1

The instrument that will come to define this release is not Carlson's guitar so much as Lori Goldston's cello.

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19 May 2010 // 9:00 PM

This Charming Man: An Interview with Adam Green

Solo artist and former Moldy Peaches member Adam Green talks to PopMatters about his love for film, painting, and having beer with his breakfast.

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18 Mar 2010 // 9:00 PM

Gigi: Maintenant

Nick Krgovich and Colin Stewart assemble an all-star cast to craft a paean to early '60s pop, the Pacific Northwest indie-pop scene, and unrequited teenage love.

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15 Feb 2010 // 9:00 PM

Adam Green: Minor Love

Adam Green manages to be warm, engaging, and charming without sacrificing his snark or his style.

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Juno (Deluxe): Music From the Motion Picture

How to capitalize on one of the few successful movie soundtracks of the past decade? Re-release it a year later with some "b-sides!"

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21 Sep 2008 // 10:00 PM

Karl Blau: Nature’s Got Away

The Washington musician's latest album is, as expected, only slightly skewed indie folk

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‘Juno’ soundtrack star Kimya Dawson is now an alpha female

Since nine of her songs were featured in the hit 2007 movie “Juno” (which racked up four Academy Award nominations, winning for best screenplay) and made

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4 Apr 2008 // 2:34 AM

Kimya Dawson is talking, but you know her eyes are surveying the road ahead. “We’re on a mission to find a playground,” the star

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17 Mar 2008 // 9:59 PM

Karl Blau: AM

A concept record based upon the poems of writer A.A. Milne (Winnie the Pooh), Karl Blau’s AM could be the soundtrack to a sepia-tone sweep of sublime countryside.

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Jeffrey Lewis: 12 Crass Songs

12 Crass Songs avoids the easy trap, and instead delivers a group of heartfelt and demanding working class songs.

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28 Jun 2007 // 10:00 PM

Karl Blau: Dance Positive

More people should be listening to Karl Blau.

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Kimya Dawson: Remember That I Love You

Does a song have the power to save people from suicide? Kimya sings like it does.

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8 Feb 2006 // 11:00 PM

Karl Blau: Beneath Waves

His deliberately simplistic, fiercely DIY styling recalls the original intentions of independent pop music: his on-disc persona is inward-looking but quietly engaging.

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	Kimya Dawson: Hidden Vagenda

Having risen to prominence as a member of scatological brat-folk outfit the Moldy Peaches and released a trio of bedroom-recorded solo records, Kimya Dawson now

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	Kimya Dawson: Knock-Knock Who? / My Cute Fiend Sweet Princess

Sorry, that title is misleading. Kimya Dawson strums acoustic guitar and sometimes sings, with the kids she has a day-job babysitting doing back-up vocals. In

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	Jeffrey Lewis: It’s the Ones Who’ve Cracked That the Light Shines Through

A famous cover of The New Yorker depicts the streets of their city detailed in the foreground with the rest of the country and the

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13 Mar 2003 // 10:00 PM

	Karl Blau: Clothes Your I’s

Originally released in 2001, Clothes Your I’s sees somewhat wider distribution with this K Records re-issue. It’s only fitting K should re-release Blau’s

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5 Jan 2003 // 10:00 PM

	Kimya Dawson: I’m Sorry That Sometimes I’m Mean

Kimya Dawson’s new solo release, I’m Sorry That Sometimes I’m Mean, is no Moldy Peaches record, but that’s not necessarily a

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Hozier + Death Cab for Cutie + Rock Radio 104.5's Birthday Show (Photo Gallery)

// Notes from the Road

"Radio 104.5's birthday show featured great bands and might have been the unofficial start of summer festival season in the Northeast.

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