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Live Review | Father John Misty and La Sera at Paradise Rock Club

Photos by Boston Concert Photography [L]ast Thursday the Music Savage gang converged on Paradise Rock Club to catch the mystical, dancing-machine otherwise known as Father John Misty, aka J. Tillman. To watch this performance and not shake it yourself is an exercise in futility, and a look around the club proved that nobody was resisting the urge to follow the lanky ringleader in all his spastic glory. The set began with “Fun Times in Babylon,” which is also how the album Fear Fun begins, and the crowd sang along with their hands in the air, as if being preached to…


Tonight | Father John Misty at Paradise Rock Club

[T]he one and only Father John Misty graces our fair city once again with a show at Boston’s Paradise this evening and for those who missed him in May, yours truly included, this is our wake up call. He mystified a sold out crowd at Brighton Music Hall and left everyone in a starry-eyed haze. Get to the “Dise” early to catch Brooklyn native La Sera and Los Angeles band Jeffertitti’s Nile shake things up beforehand. This is a show not to be missed! More  info on tonight can be found at the Paradise website. See you there fellow music…


Photos | Father John Misty (PDX)

Photos by Colin McLaughlin As part of a western expansion, Music Savage will be covering shows in the Portland, OR area through our friend Colin McLaughlin. We look forward to his contribution and the expansion of our empire. If you see him at a show, tell him you love him, because we do. [I]f you were ever to leave home in search of adventure, Father John Misty is the type of companion you’d want by your side. Imagined by J.Tillman as a Laurel Canyon lost boy, hell bent on squeezing life for all its juice, the Father John Misty character…

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Review | Father John Misty – Fear Fun

Father John Misty – Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings Forget anything you think you know about Josh Tillman. Father John Misty, Tillman’s new project and name under which he released Fear Fun, out today on Sub Pop, is about as far from Fleet Foxes and his seven albums as J. Tillman as you can get. And this is a good thing. A damn good thing. The first single off Fear Fun, Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings, is a thrashing folk rock anthem, and the second single off the album, Nancy From Now On, is just as good, and as perplexing as Hollywood Forever…

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