Julia Holter

Stream Julia Holter’s New Album Aviary

Julia Holter’s fifth album Aviary is now out from Domino. The Los Angeles artist teased the project with singles "I Shall Love 2" and "Words I…
Will Gottsegen / October 26, 2018

Julia Holter Finds Herself in Songs of Monks and Birds

"Can I feel you, are you mythological?" asks Julia Holter in the first song from her last album of new material, 2015’s Have You in…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 25, 2018

Julia Holter – “Words I Heard”

Julia Holter has released the second pre-release from her upcoming, sprawling fifth album Aviary. "Words I Heard" is one of the album's prettiest tracks, centered around the Los…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 17, 2018

Julia Holter Announces New Album & Tour; Releases “I Shall Love 2″

Julia Holter has announced Aviary, her first new album since 2015's Have You In My Wilderness, and a North American and European tour to support the…
Israel Daramola / September 6, 2018

Julia Holter – “So Humble The Afternoon”

Julia Holter has released a new song, "So Humble The Afternoon," via the Adult Swim Singles series. The new track is a departure from the…
Winston Cook-Wilson / January 31, 2018

Julia Holter Describes “Emotionally Abusive” Behavior From Matt Mondanile

Julia Holter, who was formerly romantically involved with Real Estate/Ducktails guitarist Matt Mondanile, has spoken out about her own experiences with Mondanile. The comment, which she…
Winston Cook-Wilson / October 25, 2017

16 Artists on the Music They’ve Used to Get Through the Trump Era

What do we listen to when all the news is bad? Music is motivating, but over the past year, in a hailstorm of political outrage we couldn't have…
SPIN Staff / July 27, 2017

The 50 Best Albums of 2017 So Far

It's safe to say none of us will be nostalgic for the first six months of 2017. Rarely has the national and global situation felt…
SPIN Staff / June 5, 2017

Julia Holter Turning 2011 Album Tragedy Into Full-Length Opera

Julia Holter's 2011 album Tragedy was heavily inspired by the actual ancient Greek tragedy Hippolytus. Six years later, Holter is planning to rework Tragedy as a play…
Rob Arcand / April 27, 2017

Review: Julia Holter’s Live Album In the Same Room Brings Out the Richest Qualities in Her Work

If you think about the lengthy tour cycles independent artists embark on these days--for either the love of doing so, or at least the love…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 5, 2017

Nite Jewel Announces New Album Real High, Shares Video for “2 Good 2 Be True”

L.A. singer-songwriter Nite Jewel has announced that she will be releasing a new album at the beginning of May titled Real High. The album features…
Geena Kloeppel / March 21, 2017

New Music: Julia Holter – “Horns Surrounding Me” (Alternate Version)

The first release on Domino Records' new imprint Documents will be a full-length release by Los Angeles singer-songwriter Julia Holter, whose last album was 2015's…
Winston Cook-Wilson / February 1, 2017

New Music: Julia Holter – “Fighting Duran,” From the Bleed for This Soundtrack

Experimental and ambient musician Julia Holter has shared "Fighting Duran," a selection from the soundtrack for Bleed for This, director Ben Younger's upcoming biopic based on the life…
Anna Gaca / October 13, 2016

Hearts of Noise: Jeff Mills, Julia Holter, the Orb, and More Talk Working With Jean-Michel Jarre

It's hard to overstate the legacy and reach of French electronic-music pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre. He currently holds the world record for largest outdoor concert (3.5 million…
Harley Brown / April 7, 2016

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
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