The Moldy Peaches singer's fourth (and most ornately arranged) solo album is one hilarious burst of tenderly potty-mouthed compassion after another. Dawson sings like she can't believe somebody's put a microphone in front of her, but now the words won't stop streaming out.
By Gillian G. Gaar on 11.26.14 in Features
Bruce Pavitt shares seven entries in his new '80s anthology.
By Wondering Sound Staff on 08.22.14 in News
Despite the cosmic indicator in its title, the Pine Hill Haints’ latest track hits hard as down-home rather than out of this world. Since 1998 the Alabama quartet has been making self-proclaimed “ghost music” (that is, g...
By Laura Leebove on 05.22.14 in Live in Pictures
Photos of Mirah, Loamlands and Led to Sea in Brooklyn
By Megan Seling on 05.13.14 in Reviews
After going through what her press release refers to as a "scorching" break-up, Mirah did what any grief-stricken human would do — she burned down the world as she knew it and started to rebuild with some help from her f...