News featuring Feist

The following news stories mention Feist. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 7 hours ago.

’14 Dec 8 Mon

Monday 8th December

  • Gold & Marrow: Forever

    Big things are bound to happen for this Ottawa, Ontario, singer-songwriter on the basis of her debut as Gold & Marrow.

    Ottawa, Ontario’s Shannon Rose has a new name. She’s now recording as Gold & Marrow, and her first album under that moniker, Forever, is, in a word, fantastic. She’s already been known for the ambitious. In 2013, she released a collection of four five-song seasonal EPs written in and inspired by each distinct Canadian season. Forever, though, basically heralds her as the new Feist. The influence is so distinct, and yet Rose does something original…

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’14 Sep 12 Fri

Friday 12th September

  • Hayden Curates Toronto's Dream Serenade Benefit Concert Featuring Feist, the National, Sarah Harmer, Jason Collett

    The first annual Dream Serenade Benefit Concert has revealed its lineup, and it's shaping up to be an evening of excellent music for a good cause. Feist, Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner of the National, Sarah Harmer and Kevin Hearn of the Barenaked Ladies will be performing live at the event, which will take place in Toronto at Massey Hall on October 25. Jason Collett, Grey Lands (a.k.a. Cuff the Duke's Wayne Petti) and Lou Canon are also on the bill. The show is curated and presented by Hayden Desser (who is also scheduled to perform) and his wife Christie Greyerbiehl, with...Read More

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’14 Sep 10 Wed

Wednesday 10th September

  • Watch Janelle Monáe Sing On Sesame Street

    Back in January, Billboard went behind the scenes of Sesame Street while Janelle Monaé was filming a guest spot, and the episode she was set to appear in has finally aired. She sang a song called “The Power Of Yet” that’s all about learning from your mistakes and trying again. Feist and Tilly And The [...]

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  • Field Report Team with Dine Alone for Sophomore Album 'Marigolden'

    Following word of a U.S. release on Partisan Records, Milwaukee-based folk outfit Field Report have announced plans to put out their sophomore record Marigolden on Dine Alone Records in Canada. Due out October 7, the album was recorded in Ontario with producer Robbie Lackritz, whose former collaborators include Feist, Bahamas and Zeus. Led by Chris Porterfield, Field Report grapple with their newfound exposure — including opening for the likes of the Counting Crows and Aimee Mann — on the new collection of songs. Downsizing from a seven-piece to a four-piece,...Read More

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’14 Sep 3 Wed

Wednesday 3rd September

’14 Aug 29 Fri

Friday 29th August

  • Octave Minds (Chilly Gonzales & Boys Noize) – “Anthem”

    Canadian superproducer and part-time pop deconstructionalist Chilly Gonzales has worked with a fascinating array of artists including Feist, Daft Punk, Drake, Peaches, and Jamie Lidell. Now that he’s based in Germany he’s teamed up with the techno producer Boys Noize under the name Octave Minds. The duo’s self-titled album is out next month, and single [...]

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’14 Aug 14 Thu

Thursday 14th August

’14 Aug 13 Wed

Wednesday 13th August

’14 Jul 26 Sat

Saturday 26th July

  • Lewis' 'Romantic Times,' Unicorns' Expanded Reunion Plans and Bass Coast's Headdress Ban in Our News Roundup

    With another workweek fading into memory, we're back to get nostalgic on the week that was. Here are just some of the news stories that graced the pages of the last several days.

    First off, the mystery regarding elusive Canadian artist Lewis deepened substantially this week. First off, following the stellar reissue of his 1983 L'Amour album recently, a second LP from the artist suddenly popped up on eBay. Called Romantic Times, the album has gone on to fetch a top bid of over $1,700. However, if that sounds a little steep to you, the folks over at Light in the Attic did us all a serious solid by announcing a reissue is on its way soon. On the downside, we still don't really know who Lewis is.

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