Posts tagged "Julia Holter"

Jukebox Jury: Your Friend in Sublime Indie Rock, Matt Mondanile of Ducktails

The thing that you quickly learn about Matt Mondanile while having a conversation with him about contemporary indie music: Dude is friends with everybody. Not…
Andrew Unterberger / July 22, 2015

Hear Julia Holter’s Earthy Cover of Dionne Warwick’s ‘Don’t Make Me Over’

On her mystical and SPIN Essential 2013 LP Loud City Song, Julia Holter issued a melancholy version of Barbara Lewis’ 1963 hit “Hello Stranger,” and…
Colin Joyce / June 17, 2014

Julia Holter Considers Murder, Time-Travel in ‘Horns Surrounding Me’ Video

SPIN’s Philip Sherburne wrote in his review of Julia Holter’s Essential new album Loud City Song that “Where indie rock has often used acoustic instrument…
Chris Martins / October 28, 2013

Julia Holter Is an International Woman of Mystery in ‘This Is a True Heart’ Video

Julia Holter's latest video from her Essential Loud City Song matches a lightly exotic musical style with a spy-movie theme. "This Is a True Heart," we…
Marc Hogan / September 10, 2013

Julia Holter’s Erudite Avant-Pop Epic ‘Loud City Song’ Will Beguile and Engulf You

While the sidewalk vultures cluck over their Frappuccinos and the sun slices up the boulevard like a klieg light, our heroine hides beneath her hat…
Philip Sherburne / August 19, 2013

Julia Holter’s Spooky ‘Maxim’s 1′ Gets Eerie Video Treatment

When Julia Holter first announced her upcoming third album, Loud City Song, the avant-popist cited the 1944 novella Gigi as an influence. The classically trained…
Kyle McGovern / August 7, 2013

Julia Holter Gets Theatrical for Old-Timey ‘In the Green Wild’ Video

Los Angeles’ leading avant garde songbird Julia Holter returns on August 20 with Loud City Song, her first album for Domino Records and her third full-length…
Chris Martins / July 9, 2013

Julia Holter Previews Literary New Album With Delicate ‘World’

Julia Holter has a busy summer ahead of her. On August 20, the Los Angeles singer-songwriter will release Loud City Song, her third album i…
Kyle McGovern / May 22, 2013

The National-Curated Crossing Brooklyn Ferry 2013 Delivers TVOTR, Roots, Solange, Modern Classical

From somewhere deep in the Brooklyn Academy of Music's cavernous, 2,090-capacity Howard Gilman Opera House, someone shouts "I love you, Sean!" at Parquet Courts bassist…
Christopher R. Weingarten / April 29, 2013

Stevie, Nix: Another Terrible Indie Rock Fleetwood Mac Covers Album on the Way

England's MOJO magazine may be somewhat infamous for celebrating the past, but the enduring rock rag hustles hard to connect the old to the new…
SPIN Staff / November 27, 2012
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