Brooklyn, New York’s Barclays Center hosted the 29th annual The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on the night of Thursday, 10th April. The event was lined with a myriad of rock star-length speeches and performances. Music Feeds readers can check out our highlights package down below. Remaining Nirvana members Dave Grohl and
Following their performances with Lorde, Joan Jett, St Vincent, and former Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame‘s 2014 induction ceremony yesterday, founding Nirvana members Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic performed a secret show at Saint Vitus, a tiny metal club in Greenpoint, Brooklyn which has a capacity of
Nirvana shared the stage with a raft of female music notables — Lorde, Joan Jett, St Vincent, and former Sonic Youth bass player Kim Gordon — for their performance during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class of 2014 induction ceremony, currently happening at Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre. Earlier today, local outlet Cleveland.com, who have
This past Saturday marked the 20th anniversary of Kurt Cobain‘s untimely death and amongst the many tributes were those from fellow artists, paying homage to the musical legacy the Nirvana frontman helped create. Two such artists were space rockers Muse and indie darling St. Vincent who each delivered a cover of the grunge standard Lithium.
UPDATE 02/10/14: The Laneway Festival 2015 lineup has been revealed! Organisers of the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival have dropped some not so subtle hints about who punters might expect to see on the 2015 lineup, following the publishing of their South By Southwest 2014 “highlights”. There’s no coded language to this, as Laneway wrote themselves
Hot on the momentum of her universally acclaimed self-titled fourth album, Oklahoma native Annie Clarke, known to fans as the chameleonic art rock impressionist St Vincent, has announced two very special Australian tour dates for this May, including an appearance at Vivid Live 2014. St Vincent has been amassing praise as Clarke’s most assured, complex,
Final live lineup announced!
Anticipation has been building for St Vincent aka Annie Clark’s self-titled album and rightly so. The lead-up has been paved by the release of Birth in Reverse, Digital Witness, and finally, Prince Johnny, which have served as whetting appetisers for the final work. On her fourth LP, it is clear that Annie Clark is not
Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival has revealed it’s 2014 lineup, delivering a harsh reminder of Australia’s crippling geographical isolation. Headliners include Nine Inch Nails, Disclosure, Queens Of The Stone Age, Neutral Milk Hotel, Pixies and Kendrick Lamar. The festival took a unique approach to unveiling the bill, using the form of a 26-minute short film, Line-Up,
‘Synth’ is the word for today’s New Music, with three out of four tracks coming from some of the most singular and forward-thinking keyboard-manipulators in the game today: St Vincent, Bombay Bicycle Club, and Chromeo, who got his experimental brother-in-arms, Toro Y Moi, to tag along. Naturally, each artist puts the synth to work in
Annie Clark, known to us as St. Vincent, has dropped the feature track Birth In Reverse from her self-titled fourth album due out on 21st February, 2014. The track displays St Vincent’s distinctive, distorted electric guitars and ethereal vocals as she opens with the line “Oh what an ordinary day, Take out the garbage, masturbate.”
The collaboration everyone has been talking, that is, between David Byrne and St. Vincent found it’s onto the late night talk show circuits. Last night, the pair debuted two tracks from their ‘Love This Giant’ album on none other than Fallon.
David Byrne exclaims, “Behold and love this giant” on the fidgety track I Should Watch TV from his recent collaboration with art-rock queen St. Vincent (Annie Clark). Alluding to the line from Walt Whitman’s poem Song of Myself – ‘I behold the picturesque giant and love him’ – Byrne’s lyric embodies the ethos of Love
Sydney Festival 2013 organisers have announced three initial acts that will perform during next year’s Sydney Festival 2013 activities.
Last month Music Feeds reported on a collaborative album between Annie Clark, more commonly known as St Vincent, and former Talking Heads member David Byrne. The record titled Love This Giant won’t be available for purchase until September, but if you’re impatient and have access to the internet, then head over to the album’s official
David Byrne & St. Vincent will release their new album, Love This Giant worldwide this September. Recorded over two years, the album is a collaboration in the truest sense of the word, with Byrne and St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) co-writing ten of the album’s twelve tracks, and each artist penning one song individually. See
American singer-songwriter St. Vincent has told Rolling Stone magazine that a collaboration between her and Talking Heads’ David Bryne is due out soon.
Monday nights are always a peculiar night to be seeing a gig. More so when it’s your maiden voyage to The Factory Theatre in Enmore (or Marrickville, you decide) where the ticket booth resembles that of a carnival fortune teller, mismatching chairs are scattered over a narrow courtyard and the tin roof is elegantly lined
St. Vincent aka. Annie Clark has released a new video for her latest single Cheerleader. The video has her lying down on the floor of an art-museum as a giant piece of artwork on display. Probably best just to watch it really. She will be touring Australia in March, on the back of her new
St. Vincent (a.k.a. Annie Clark) will tour Australia in March 2012, on the back of her new album Strange Mercy, performing headline shows in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. While Annie has performed in Australia in a solo capacity at the Sydney Festival, this will be the Australian debut of her new full-band show. Since