Tag: Bob Dylan

Cathy Pellow of Sargent House

Q&A: Sargent House’s Cathy Pellow on redefining the management-label relationship

Named after the historic home where its offices reside, Sargent House isn’t your ordinary ...

Father John Misty: Fear Fun

Father John Misty’s secret weapon: Dimitri Drjuchin’s bright, mystical eye candy

Born in Moscow, NYC-based artist Dimitri Drjuchin creates riddle-like eye candy in his posters ...

MP3 Premiere: Elephant Stone’s dreamy, Byrdsian “Masters of War”

Founded by bassist and sitar performer Rishi Dhir, Elephant Stone is a magic-eye poster ...

Interview: Dirty Projectors songwriter David Longstreth achieves discovery in seclusion

Borne from front-man David Longstreth’s time in a remote home in upstate New York, ...

David Byrne & St. Vincent

Review: David Byrne & St. Vincent’s Love This Giant

David Byrne has one of the most recognizable voices in music, and his collaboration ...

Idyl

Review: Idyl’s Elements of the Field

Filed under the name Idyl, singer-songwriter Alex Dupree’s latest creation trades in an austere ...

Viva Voce

Guest Playlist: Viva Voce’s songs for the apocalypse

Viva Voce: The Future Will Destroy You (Vanguard, 6/21/11) Viva Voce: “Analog Woodland Song” ...

William Elliott Whitmore

Guest Playlist: William Elliott Whitmore’s top anti-war songs

William Elliott Whitmore: Field Songs (Anti-, 7/12/11) William Elliott Whitmore: “Everything Gets Gone” [audio:http://alarm-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/04-Everything-Gets-Gone.mp3|titles=William ...

Mercury Rev

Mercury Rev: Out of the Psychedelic Haze, a Rock Band’s Renewal

Nearly torn apart on multiple occasions due to drug abuse and infighting, New York-based ...

Kurt Vile

Record Review: Kurt Vile’s Smoke Ring For My Halo

Kurt Vile: Smoke Ring For My Halo (Matador, 3/8/11) Kurt Vile: “Baby’s Arms” [audio:http://alarm-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/KurtVile-BabysArms.mp3|titles=Kurt ...

Mystery Train Records

Behind the Counter: Mystery Train (Gloucester, MA)

Each week, Behind the Counter speaks to an independent record store to ask about ...