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Sapokanikan

Stop the presses! Joanna Newsom has started making noise again! Gosh, how did I almost miss this one? Well, when an artist goes five years between albums (and doesn’t have any social media accounts or even their own website – just a page on their record label’s site), I guess it takes some time before the news reaches a fan. 430 more words

Joanna Newsom 'Sapokanikan'

Folk musician Joanna Newsom released a music video for her song ‘Sapokanikan.’ The video, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, features her walking around New York City, singing along to the song. 116 more words

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The 5 Best Songs We Heard This Week: FKA twigs, Chance the Rapper

This week is all about the amazing new FKA twigs video, to be honest – but still, there’s plenty of other goodness to be heard, which is a pleasant surprise given that August is usually the slowest month of the year. 454 more words

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Five Things We Liked This Week - 14/08/2015

5. John Grant’s Disappointing New Single

We don’t like to bang the same drum too often, and it was only just over a month ago we were celebrating the news of a new John Grant album. 1,028 more words

Remake/Remodel No. 2: Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me

I’ve never been the biggest fan of Joanna Newsom. I saw her live back around 2004 or so, when her first album came out, and I couldn’t get past the idea that this weird, harp-plucking music was probably meant for Renaissance Faires. 826 more words

Remake/remodel

New music video from Joanna Newson and a new record coming soon!

Newsom’s precise enunciation dances on top of tinkling xylophones, bouncing piano, shuffling drums and a hint of brass. This song tickles my ears and becomes beautiful with time. 94 more words

Staff Picks: Joanna Newsom, Carey Mulligan, and Yaron

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 668 more words

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