Posts tagged "laura Marling"

Laura Marling Makes the Party Rounds in ‘Gurdjieff’s Daughter’ Video

Who hasn't gone to a party they didn't really want to be at just because they felt obligated to make an appearance? If her new…
By: James Grebey / April 1, 2015

Review: Laura Marling Reaches the Second Reel of Life’s ‘Short Movie’

It's a little stunning these days to go back to Laura Marling's first record and hear how her voice has toughened over the years. Not…
By: Andrew Unterberger / March 27, 2015

Watch Laura Marling Play a Hitchhiker in Short Film ‘Woman Driver’

Laura Marling has co-written and stars in a new short film called Woman Driver, where she plays a hitchhiker opposite Casey Thomas Brown,…
By: Rachel Brodsky / February 6, 2015

Laura Marling Debuted New Song ‘Strange’ in London Last Week

Two weeks ago, British folk singer-songwriter Laura Marling offered up "False Hope," the second taste of her forthcoming Short Movie. Now, in new footage…
By: Brennan Carley / February 4, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Jose Gonzales Explores ‘The Cave,’ Laura Marling Clings to ‘False Hope,’ and More

Welcome to SPIN's Singles Mix! The SPIN staff has rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your mid-week playlists. From Norwegian disco legends to Swedish folkie…
By: SPIN Staff / January 22, 2015

Stream Laura Marling’s Searing New Track, ‘False Hope’

Following the recently released "Short Movie" (the title track from her forthcoming album), Laura Marling has unveiled a lovely new tune titled "False…
By: Rachel Brodsky / January 20, 2015

Chris Martins’ 25 Best Albums of 2013

To finish out the year, we'll be offering the top 25 albums from various SPIN staffers. Today, Senior Writer Chris Martins.
By: Chris Martins / December 12, 2013

Laura Marling Sleeps With the Enemy in ‘Devil’s Resting Place’ Video

Laura Marling's incredible Once I Was an Eagle is full of lyrics about love gone wrong, but "Devil's Resting Place" is in a class of…
By: Chris Martins / September 16, 2013

Laura Marling Unsheathes Cutthroat ‘Master Hunter’ on ‘Letterman’

Laura Marling bore down on the Late Show With David Letterman last night (August 26). The British folkie played a faithfully no-frills version of "Master Hunter,"…
By: Kyle McGovern / August 27, 2013

Laura Marling, ‘Once I Was an Eagle’ (Ribbon)

Oh, wunderkinds. They grow up so fast. British folk singer Laura Marling debuted at the age of 18 with 2008's Alas, I Cannot Swim, the…
By: Michael Tedder / May 28, 2013

Laura Marling Enchants L.A.’s Hollywood Forever Cemetery With Songs of Loss and Beauty

Seven songs into her set at the Masonic Lodge in Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Tuesday night, Laura Marling looked up at her seated…
By: Chris Martins / May 22, 2013

Laura Marling on Losing Her Awkwardness and Loving 1969

Early on in her still-young career, which included a stint with London folkies Noah and the Whale, demure English singer-songwriter Laura Marling copped to a…
By: Colin Joyce / May 22, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: The-Dream, Laura Marling, Tricky, TEEN, and Mykki Blanco

This week's round-up of streamable albums includes new releases from The-Dream, Mykki Blanco, Roomrunner, and more. Grab a set of…
By: Kyle McGovern / May 21, 2013

Watch Laura Marling Slay ‘Dancing in the Dark’ Without Lifting a Finger

The magnificent Laura Marling doesn't even try on this cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark." She doesn't need to. Los Angeles singer-songwriter Eddie…
By: Chris Martins / May 17, 2013

See Laura Marling’s ‘Master Hunter,’ a Harrowing Dance Duet

Last month, Laura Marling's "Master Hunter" came crashing out of the gate like an amped up combination of Bill Callahan's baritone blues and Fiona…
By: Chris Martins / May 7, 2013

Stream Laura Marling’s Forcefully Folky ‘Master Hunter’

First Jay-Z name-checks Bob Dylan's "Idiot Wind," now comes another mention of a classic Dylan kiss-off, from a less improbable source. Laura Marling ha…
By: Marc Hogan / April 16, 2013

Laura Marling Gets Shakespearean: Preview Her ‘As You Like It’ Songs

Laura Marling has never been one to shy away from canonical ghosts, but now she's taking that a few centuries further. The U.K. singer and…
By: Marc Hogan / March 27, 2013

Laura Marling Previews May LP With Stripped-Down Romp ‘Where Can I Go’

Laura Marling has shown growing confidence on each of the English singer and songwriter's albums, most recently 2011's A Creature I Don't Know, which brought…
By: Marc Hogan / March 8, 2013

Radiohead at Bonnaroo 2012: Plus 11 More Friday Standouts

SPIN's Manchester journey continues as Thom Yorke teases a collaboration with Jack White and Major Lazer send the crowd on an interstellar journey, but a…
By: SPIN Staff / June 9, 2012

Laura Marling Often Thinks About Death (and German Water Nymphs)

Life doesn't come easy for Laura Marling. On 2011's enchanting, unsettling A Creature I Don't Know, the London singer-songwriter cooed, in hushed, pure tones,…
By: Alyssa Pereira / May 30, 2012
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