Arrive at the field house in McKinley Park (2210 W. Pershing) by 7 PM to be led to Orchidelirium, a live performance about the history and symbolism of orchids by Mitsu Salmon. The action will be immersed in a soundscape by TRQPiTECA cofounder La Spacer, who will DJ a dance party in the park following […]
Tag: Marissa Nadler
Marissa Nadler adds a welcome darkness to the scary darkness of the end of days
As the world literally burns, it’s a comfort to see performers we hold dear come back through town to offer musical relief. Singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler debuted in 2004 with the album Ballads of Living and Dying, establishing the template for her delicately ominous, reverb-shrouded fables of loss and mortality. She’s since come out of the […]
Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou join forces on the style-crossing May Our Chambers Be Full
Sacred Bones has been the label home for some of the most hallowed collaborations in heavy music, such as the Body and Uniform’s enduring alliance and the soul-stirring Marissa Nadler and Stephen Brodsky duo outing Droneflower. Baton Rouge upstarts Thou and singer-songwriter Emma Ruth Rundle become the latest artists in that tradition with the sludgy […]
Anohni’s heartfelt but clumsy Hopelessness and 13 more record reviews
Nine Reader writers tackle new releases from otherworldly pop virtuoso Anohni, ambient wizard Brian Eno, self-proclaimed “Hood Pope” A$AP Ferg, and wintry folksinger Marissa Nadler, to name a few.
People Issue 2012: Angel Olsen, the singer
Bonnie “Prince” Billy collaborator: “I just kind of had to find something that I could hold onto.”
Soundboard, July 21-27
Thee Oh Sees, Bon Iver, and all the shows to know this week
The ghostly and enchanting Marissa Nadler
Marissa Nadler brings her haunting, weightless songs to Schubas on Saturday and Sunday, where she’ll open for the Handsome Family.