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New Music | Sharon Van Etten – Taking Chances

[B]rooklyn chanteuse (and Music Savage favorite) Sharon Van Etten will release her fourth album, Are We There, May 27th on Jagjaguwar, and we are as pleased as punch to share with you her first single “Taking Chances.” This is her second release for the record label and her first self-produced album. Van Etten’s last album, Tramp, released in the winter of 2012, received critical kudos across the music blogosphere and her upcoming record will more than likely gain her many more adoring fans. “Taking Chances” is a bit of a departure from the instrumentation of her previous albums, but the slow-burning,…

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Pickathon 2013 @ Pendarvis Farm (PDX)

Photos by inger klekacz [T]he first year I went to Pickathon, I accidentally disturbed a bee nest while pitching my tent, and was stung three times while getting chased out of the area. The second year I went to Pickathon, I pitched my tent on a hill, neglecting to put up the rain fly. I was awakened by rain around 2am on day 3, and as I rushed to put the rainfly up, I tripped on the tent’s threshold and took a tumble down the hill, in the dark, in the rain, in my underwear, onto the world’s unluckiest fern.…

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Review | Pickwick at TT the Bear’s

Lady Luck (feat. Sharon Van Etten) Pickwick made their first visit to Boston on April 25th with a packed show at TT the Bear’s in Cambridge. They played a solid set in support of their recently released debut, Can’t Talk Medicine, and threw in a few covers for fun. It was nearly impossible to dodge the sweat flying from the stage, but everyone was too busy singing along to care. The guys took the stage and immediately launched into Myths. The long and rambling instrumental track was the perfect way to draw out the crowd before they launched into Brother…

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Review | Pickwick – Can’t Talk Medicine

  [A]bout a year and a half ago we posted about Seattle’s Pickwick, a group of 6 guys with a whole lot of soul. Our post wasn’t about a new track, or an album review, just a video of the guys performing a few tracks in a basement, as part of Seattle-based music blog Sound on the Sound’s video series. Our plea? To check these guys out. In the time since then, the band’s been selling out shows in the Pacific Northwest, and after a stellar showing at last year’s SXSW, they caught the eye of NPR as well as…

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Best Records of 2012 | 35 – 31

35. The Walkmen – Heaven – The Walkmen have consistently dropped a fine record every two years, in 2010 it was Lisbon, and in 2012 it is Heaven. Their sound on Heaven has grown up as the messy rockers too have grown up into men, they’ve reinvented their sound rounded the edges a bit, and made great music. “Dad rock,” might be the term some are using to describe this record, but ultimately this record just weighs heavier on the responsibility of getting older, its a great concept for anyone who’s been listening to this band for the last 12…

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2012 | Courtney’s 7 Favorite Albums of 2012

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Review | Sharon Van Etten and Damien Jurado at the Paradise

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Live Review | Sharon Van Etten and Shearwater at the Paradise

Sharon Van Etten – Serpents Sharon Van Etten and Shearwater stopped by the Paradise on Thursday evening to play two great sets in support of their newly released albums. Sharon Van Etten’s third studio album Tramp was released February 7 and already has a slew of positive reviews and new fans. Van Etten has been solidly releasing new music and touring over the last few years. But with the release of Tramp, Van Etten has finally established herself as one of the best female folk artists in the industry today. And her tour is a perfect example of that. I’ve…

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Tonight | Sharon Van Etten and Shearwater at the Paradise

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