Sharon Van Etten
Features // 6 Articles
Columns // 1 Articles
Reviews // 8 Articles
Blogs // 4 Articles
News // 2 Articles
Media // 2 Articles
//Features

The Best Albums of 2014
22 Dec 2014 // 8:10 AM

From Polish black metal to mind-blowing progressive R&B and electronic music, 2014's best albums certainly have something for everyone.

Listening Ahead: Upcoming Music Releases for May 2014
1 May 2014 // 2:24 AM

Get the early word on highly anticipated albums from tUnE-yArDs, Swans, and Owen Pallett, along with a comprehensive list of May's new releases.

//Columns

The Next Hot Music Scene Can Be Found at Twin Peaks' Bang Bang Bar
11 Sep 2017 // 10:00 PM

One of the most heartening and compelling aspects of David Lynch's approach to this new season of Twin Peaks is his widened musical palette.

//Reviews

Sharon Van Etten: I Don't Want to Let You Down
14 Jul 2015 // 9:10 PM

There are spaces of elegant starkness on Sharon Van Etten's new EP, and she fills them like a shade of blue yet to be invented.

Governors Ball Day 2: The Distractions of Björk, Future Islands, Ryan Adams + More (Photos)
12 Jun 2015 // 2:00 AM

The end of Day 2 was a choice between Ryan Adams and Deadmau5, but before them Future Islands, Björk and many more provided welcome distractions.

//Blogs

Sharon Van Etten Releases New Single "Taking Chances" + Tour Dates
10 Mar 2014 // 6:00 AM

Sharon Van Etten once again tweaks her signature sound just the right amount.

Bubbling Under the Top 75: Sharon Van Etten - 'Tramp'
12 Dec 2012 // 6:00 AM

PopMatters spotlights a few additional 2012 albums that didn't quite crack the Best 75 list.

//News

Sharon Van Etten brings brilliant wordplay
26 Mar 2012 // 11:49 PM

SEATTLE — Sharon Van Etten sings a tune called “Leonard” on her superb new album, “Tramp” (Jagjaguwar). Named for Leonard Cohen — an avowed and not surprising

Sharon Van Etten makes an 'epic' transformation
8 Nov 2010 // 3:10 AM

CHICAGO — When Sharon Van Etten opened the Pitchfork Music Festival here last July, she looked a little lost. The big stage dwarfed the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter,

//Mixed media
//Blogs

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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