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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
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