Posts tagged "waxahatchee"

Review: Waxahatchee Brings the Pain (And ’90s Alt-Rock) on ‘Ivy Tripp’

Katie Crutchfield's career arc with her solo project, Waxahatchee, is predicated on incremental growth: records released by progressively larger labels, music recorded in increasingly higher…
By: Annie Zaleski / April 7, 2015

Watch Waxahatchee’s Grainy ‘Under a Rock’ Video

Just days before the official release of her new album, Ivy Tripp (which you can stream now, if you're eager), Waxahatchee has shared the gloriously…
By: Brennan Carley / April 2, 2015

Waxahatchee’s ‘Ivy Tripp’ Is Now Streaming

After making the rounds in Austin two weeks ago for South By Southwest, Katie Crutchfield — more commonly known as Waxahatchee — is now…
By: Brennan Carley / March 30, 2015

SXSW 2015: The Five Best Things We Saw on Day One

Despite the threat of impending rain, Austin's annual South by Southwest music conference kicked off on Tuesday night, with performances by such big-name acts a…
By: SPIN Staff / March 18, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Blur ‘Go Out,’ Sufjan Stevens Finds ‘No Shade,’ and More

Welcome to SPIN's Singles Mix! The SPIN staff has rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. From resurrected Britpop legends to eyebrow-raising indie-folkies to Canadia…
By: SPIN Staff / February 20, 2015

Waxahatchee Is ‘Under a Rock’ in Reflective New Single

Waxahatchee — née Katie Crutchfield — is two months shy of releasing her forthcoming third album, Ivy Tripp, but she's still got a new…
By: Rachel Brodsky / February 17, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Waxahatchee Breathes ‘Air,’ Kelly Clarkson Sings ‘Heartbeat Song,’ and More

Welcome to SPIN's Singles Mix! Once again, the SPIN staff has rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your mid-week playlists. From confessional indie-folk to…
By: SPIN Staff / January 14, 2015

Q&A: Waxahatchee Talks ‘Ivy Tripp’ and Resisting Liz Phair Comparisons

Katie Crutchfield, a.k.a. Waxahatchee, is not a fan of studios. Renting a snug house with her boyfriend and bandmate, Keith Spencer, the Alabama…
By: Rachel Brodsky / January 13, 2015

Waxahatchee Announces New Album, ‘Ivy Tripp’

Waxahatchee — née Katie Crutchfield — has announced plans to release her third full-length LP. Produced by Crutchfield and frequent collaborators Kyle Gilbride and Keith…
By: Rachel Brodsky / January 12, 2015

Coachella’s 5 Best Friday Sets: OutKast, the Knife, Ellie Goulding, Haim, and Waxahatchee

OutKastWe were greeted by the cry of the hootie-hoo — a lone voice echoing through the machine fog, calling for a response that…
By: Chris Martins / April 12, 2014

Waxahatchee and Swearin’ Combine Beck-lectic Forces as ‘Great Thunder’

Waxahatchee and Swearin' are sister bands, literally, but the former's leader Katie Crutchfield doesn't team with her twin Allison for…
By: Chris Martins / November 19, 2013

Waxahatchee’s Tap Dancing: Another Excuse to Revisit ‘Misery Over Dispute’

Even a somewhat inessential Waxahatchee video lets us remind you to check out Essential 2013 album Cerulean Salt. The Katie Crutchield-led project's offhanded "Coast…
By: Marc Hogan / September 11, 2013

Waxahatchee’s Eponymous Creek Makes for the Best ‘Coast to Coast’ Video

The sun is beaming down on Waxahatchee. Katie Crutchfield's emotions-baring fuzz-rock project is about to head off on a string of U.K. tour…
By: Marc Hogan / June 5, 2013

Hear Waxahatchee and Her Twin Sis Give Grimes’ ‘Oblivion’ a Surf-Punk Reboot

The brilliant youngsters at Rookie have given us a handful of gifts lately, though mostly in the form of rock statesmen Thom Yorke…
By: Chris Martins / May 21, 2013

Waxahatchee, ‘Cerulean Salt’ (Don Giovanni)

In rap, the convention is to overstate your strengths: "Welcome, ladies and gentlemen," Jay-Z preened in 2001, "to the eighth wonder of the world." I…
By: Mike Powell / March 4, 2013

Waxahatchee’s Katie Crutchfield Talks Tragic Women and Twee Pop

After four years grinding out hooky punk songs as P.S. Eliot, Birmingham, Alabama-born twin sisters Allison and Katie Crutchfield went their separate way…
By: Colin Joyce / February 15, 2013