Skip to content

Tag: Regina Spektor

#HotTakes | Week of 11.25.2019

Songs that we think you should hear without all the pomp and circumstance. Girls // Eliza Shaddad Blood Brother // Leif Vollebekk Upcoming Boston Area Show: Wednesday, December 11th @ Great Scott Different // Fay Wildhagen Give It Up, Son // White Tail Falls Disconnect // Smoke Fairies Small Hours // otta I Love You Too // Gill Landry Party’s Over // Anthony D’Amato One Little Soldier // Regina Spektor

Leave a Comment

New Music | Regina Spektor – Bleeding Heart

It’s been four long years since we have had new music from New York singer-songwriter Regina Spektor and the wait is finally over. Spektor’s upcoming album, Remember Us To Life, will be released September 30th via Sire/Warner Bros. Records and we have the lead off single, “Bleeding Heart,” to share with you wonderful people. In 2012 the musician welcomed her first child into the world, which is a very good reason for stepping away from recording and touring. She spent a good deal of time writing and finding inspiration during her time away from the spotlight and the joys of being a new mother, along…

Leave a Comment

Review | Regina Spektor – What We Saw From the Cheap Seats

Regina Spektor has come a long way since her 2001 self-released debut “11:11,” which was exclusively sold at shows she played at venues in and around New York’s East Village. And while this album has become the holy grail of records for her fans, a search through eBay provides no help, her latest “What We Saw from the Cheap Seats” is a highlight in an already impressive repertoire. The album’s first single “All the Rowboats” has all the makings of a classic Regina Spektor hit as she combines lyrics which compare works of art as prisoners condemned to life, with…

Leave a Comment

New Music | Regina Spektor – All the Rowboats

I first pressed play on this new Regina Spektor single “All the Rowboats,” not sure with what I was to expect. Let me rephrase, it is definitely not what I was thinking I’d hear. It’s an extremely moody, kind of dark, but altogether beautiful piece of music. Its a great surprise, and the huge production that counters her great voice and the subtle piano riffs really create a level of tension and darkness that is so fantastic. Look for her new album, What We Saw From The Cheap Seats, early this spring.

Leave a Comment