Marissa Nadler

SPIN’s 7 Favorite Songs of the Week: Radiohead, James Blake, and More

Welcome to our weekly roundup of the SPIN staff’s favorite new songs. Below, sample the best from California scuzz-punks, U.K. electro-rock mainstays, and more.
SPIN Staff / May 6, 2016

Marissa Nadler Shares Enchanting New Song, ‘Katie I Know’

Boston's Marissa Nadler will release her seventh studio album, Strangers, on May 20 via Sacred Bones, and she's already shared the single "Janie in Love" and a…
Rachel Brodsky / May 3, 2016

Visit Marissa Nadler’s Haunted House in New Video for ‘All the Colors of the Dark’

Boston singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler has shared a new video for "All the Colors of the Dark," and like much of Nadler's music, it's both eerie and enchanting. The…
Anna Gaca / March 23, 2016

The Best Overlooked Albums of 2014 So Far

With release cycles spinning fast and furious, sometimes music just falls through the cracks. While these records might not have made a splash upon their…
SPIN Staff / June 5, 2014

Marissa Nadler Laments the Artist’s Struggle in Her ‘Drive’ Video

Marissa Nadler's "Drive" recounts the struggle and self-doubt that comes with trying to scrape up a living as a musician, what with the long hours…
Dan Reilly / April 15, 2014

Marissa Nadler Haunts Your Memories in ‘Was It All a Dream’ Video

Boston-based ghostly folkie Marissa Nadler released her seventh album last week. July finds her sounding more haunted then ever thanks to the power of her…
Chris Martins / February 10, 2014

Marissa Nadler, ‘The Sister’ (Box of Cedar)

Yet another dreamy stream of spectral folk that, too often, drifts by more than it haunts.
David Bevan / June 1, 2012

Video Premiere: Marissa Nadler’s Cozy ‘In Your Lair, Bear’

Boston-based dream-folkie Marissa Nadler turned in one of the year's most disarming records with her self-titled latest. One of the record's many high points, "In…
David Bevan / December 14, 2011

First Spin: Hear Carter Tanton’s ‘Fake Pretend’ With Marissa Nadler

When Carter Tanton's frontman work in Tulsa came to a close a few years back, the singer-songwriter joined forces with dream-folk songstress (and fellow Bostonian)…
David Bevan / October 26, 2011

Review: Marissa Nadler, ‘Marissa Nadler’

This New England painter turned songstress has distinguished herself from other neo-folkies with dark gothic imagery and hypnotic, reverbed arrangements, but the refined results often…
Marc Hogan / June 14, 2011

Review: Marissa Nadler, ‘Little Hells’

On this Massachusetts songstress' fourth full-length, hell isn't an afterlife; it's life lived in the grip of loss. With her luxuriant, Renaissance faire soprano, Nadler…
Spencer Kornhaber / February 16, 2009