News featuring Feist

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  • Mocky Taps Feist, Chilly Gonzales for 'Key Change' LP

    Multitalented songwriter Mocky was born in Saskatchewan, but he spent many years entrenched in Europe's music scene. These days, however, he's living in Los Angeles, and the man born Dominic Salole is preparing a new album called Key Change. This disc is due out on June 26 through Heavy Sheet. Mocky played most of the instruments himself, and while he employed modern recording technology, he strictly avoided presets and samples. Feist played drums on "Living in the Snow" and Chilly Gonzales played keys on "Head in the Clouds," while other cuts feature strings from Miguel...

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’15 May 7 Thu

Thursday 7th May

  • The Weather Station ready 'Loyalty,' touring (dates, LP stream)

    Toronto artist Tamara Lindeman has been making music under the name The Weather Station for some time now and will release her new album, Loyalty, next week (5/12) via Paradise of Bachelors. She made the album with Afie Jurvanen (Bahamas) and Robbie Lackritz (who's worked with Feist, Jason Colette & others), recording at La Frette Studios which is housed in a French mansion along the Seine. That bucolic setting resulted in a gorgeous, pastoral record (she's getting lots of Joni Mitchell comparisons). You can stream the whole thing now via The New York Times, and listen to one song below.

    The Weather Station are currently on tour, and will be doing some North American dates with Great Lake Swimmers (who just played NYC). She won't be with GLS when they return to play Bowery Ballroom in June, but she will be here when her tour with Andy Shauf comes…

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Thursday 2nd April

  • Jim Jarmusch's SQÜRL to Get 'Live at Third Man' LP

    Musically inclined filmmaker Jim Jarmusch is poised to become the next artist to get a Live at Third Man concert LP from Jack White's prolific label. His band SQÜRL performed at Third Man Records' Nashville facility last night (April 1), and a vinyl release is on the way. The label had already confirmed that the doom-filled trio, which also features Carter Logan and Shane Stoneback, would be playing at its Blue Room venue. Not every artist who plays at the venue gets a live album, however — we're still waiting for Feist's 2011 performance to be released — so we didn't...

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Wednesday 18th February

  • The Weather Station Details 'Loyalty' LP, Shares New Single and Tour Dates

    Toronto folk scene staple Tamara Lindeman recently hinted that her third LP as the Weather Station would be arriving this spring. Sure enough, the new record, titled Loyalty, will be officially released on May 12 via Outside Music.   As previously reported, the record was made in France alongside Bahama's Afie Jurvanen and Robbie Lackritz (Feist, Jason Collett, Zeus).   "The record was called Loyalty from the beginning — it was the first decision I made about it," Lindeman said in a statement. "It's a word you usually see written in copperplate script, a virtue: LOYALTY. But the...

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’15 Feb 5 Thu

Thursday 5th February

  • Feist playing with Sting at Webster Hall (Cherrytree Records 10th Anniversary)

    Cherrytree Records is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a concert at NYC's Webster Hall on March 9. The lineup's led by two artists who could fill Webster Hall on their own (especially one of them), Sting and Feist, and also features Cherrytree artists Far East Movement, Ivy Levan, Matthew Koma, Secret Someones, The Last Bandoleros and DJ Dave Aude. Tickets go on sale at 3 PM today (2/4).

    UPDATE: Cherrytree Records asked us to clarify that, "Feist isn't actually opening for Sting. All of the artists on the bill will be doing special short sets and there's no actual run-of-show laid out just yet."

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