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Music | Review | Guy Jones & His Often Wonderful Orchestra - Pets & Pestilence

Rating: 8/10

By Kieran Webber

Brighton based writer and performer Guy Jones released his debut solo EP in which he plays the entire myriad of instruments, excluding drums, which were played by producer Joe Caple. 205 more words


On April 30, 2012.

On April 30, 2012, “Sub Pop” label released “Fear Fun”, the debut Josh Tillman aka Father John Misty studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Jonathan Wilson and Josh Tillman. 164 more words

Johnny Mister is Back

If you missed Father John Misty at Field Trip last year AND at Massey Hall earlier this month, you’re in luck!  He’s been announced for… 39 more words

Father John Misty, Ezra Koenig Detail the Weird Way They Wrote for Beyoncé

All thoughts on the album’s content aside, Beyoncé’s Lemonade is a cultural phenomenon the likes of which we haven’t seen since, well, Beyoncé’s self-titled album. After the hourlong premiere of the visual part of the album, the audio was released, and along with it came the… 514 more words


Beyoncé's Indie Collaborators Describe Working on 'Hold Up'

By Hayden Wright

Back in 2011, Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend tweeted an innocuous lyric apropos of nothing: “Hold up: they don’t love u like i love u.” Today, fans of Beyoncé’s  446 more words


Father John Misty Will Donate All Proceeds From North Carolina Show To Local LGBT Support Center

While many musicians are opting to cancel concerts in North Carolina, the show will go on for Father John Misty.

Father John Misty (real name Josh Tillman) is scheduled to perform at the Fillmore Charlotte on April 27th and will donate the proceeds of his show to Time Out Youth, a Charlotte-based LGBT support center. 128 more words


Father John Misty Is Donating Proceeds From His Tour To Fight 'Bullsh*t' Anti-LGBT Law

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Father John Misty, the public persona of musician Josh Tillman, is not known for sincerity. The act Tillman adopts on stage and beyond is a brash, ironic character that he has cultivated, and that’s part of the charm. 210 more words