Tag Archives: Father John Misty

Lana Del Rey Sews the Past and Present Together on ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’

Lana Del Rey’s thoughts have always lingered on history, particularly those concerned with Americana. But on her new track ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’, Lana is concerned with the Continue reading Lana Del Rey Sews the Past and Present Together on ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’

Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Review – A Testing, Yet Entertaining Trip through the Psyche of Josh Tillman

In his most derogatory, basic form, Father John Misty is an internet troll, picking out tetchy subjects and their commentators and irritating them acerbically. But that notion is a mere microcosm; in truth, Father John Misty is a Continue reading Father John Misty: Pure Comedy Review – A Testing, Yet Entertaining Trip through the Psyche of Josh Tillman

The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

Unfortunately Kendrick Lamar hasn’t gone three for three despite recently suggesting that he would but that doesn’t mean the week is lacking in exciting releases. Here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar: Continue reading The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

Father John Misty Sings about VR Sex with Taylor Swift on New Track ‘Total Entertainment Forever’

After the first line of his latest track, ‘Total Entertainment Forever’, you might’ve thought that Father John Misty was riffing off of Kanye West, but Misty’s true meaning beneath a facade of Continue reading Father John Misty Sings about VR Sex with Taylor Swift on New Track ‘Total Entertainment Forever’

Fleet Foxes Return with Arresting 9-Minute Epic ‘Third of May / Odaigahara’, Announce New Album

Fleet Foxes fanatics will know the significance of May 3rd. Six years ago on that very date, Fleet Foxes released their last album, Helplessness Blues. It’s also the birthday of one of the band’s founding members, Skyler Skjelset and lead singer Robin Pecknold addressed all aspects of Continue reading Fleet Foxes Return with Arresting 9-Minute Epic ‘Third of May / Odaigahara’, Announce New Album

Anyone else Struggling to keep up with Father John Misty?

With Father John Misty’s recent prolific streak of new music, his release record has fully embodied the idea of ‘blink and you’ll miss it’. Misty returned last week with the title track from his new album Pure Comedy before following that up swiftly with Continue reading Anyone else Struggling to keep up with Father John Misty?

Father John Misty Releases ‘Two Wildly Different Perspectives’, his Second Single in a Week

Within the last week, Father John Misty returned with startling effect, releasing the title track of his upcoming album Pure Comedy. The six-minute orchestral jazz epic took a massive swipe at the Continue reading Father John Misty Releases ‘Two Wildly Different Perspectives’, his Second Single in a Week

Father John Misty’s Orchestral Epic ‘Pure Comedy’ puts Everything in Perspective

With his sophomore album, I Love You, Honeybear, Father John Misty gave his listeners a lot to mull over; the intimacy of romance, the starkness of our political landscape and of course Continue reading Father John Misty’s Orchestral Epic ‘Pure Comedy’ puts Everything in Perspective

Track By Track: Lady Gaga’s Joanne

With her fifth solo album and her sixth overall, the title of her latest LP, Joanne, alludes to something more personal than the garish disco pop of her previous work. After the mild disappointment of Continue reading Track By Track: Lady Gaga’s Joanne

The Avalanches: A Superb Sophomore 16 Years in the Making

It’s difficult to determine what sounds inherently Australian. Do you characterise it with Tame Impala‘s reverberating psychedelic rock? Lorde‘s emergence as an alt-pop princess? Perhaps expatriate disco pioneers the Bee Gees? 16 years on, The Avalanches can’t help but Continue reading The Avalanches: A Superb Sophomore 16 Years in the Making