Because every genre’s entitled to one good scare.
The musician talks new music, her favorite female music heroes, lucid dreams, and the origins of “Hot Knife”.
A track from Carnegie Hall’s Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project compilation.
“KNEEL PORTNOW,” read Apple’s shirt, a response to calls for Recording Academy president Neil Portnow’s resignation.
The episode also saw the songwriter playing “Werewolf” and “Fast As You Can”.
The collection spreads out 79 songs over nine LPs.
A collection of songs that prove first impressions really can last forever.
The surreal collaboration includes renditions of “Pale September”, “First Taste”, and The Brains’ “Money Changes Everything”.
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Pearl Jam frontman also launches a series of disses at President Trump.
The setlist featured an unreleased track, several covers, and even a cartwheel.
From Aimee Mann to Wilco, these are the songs that didn’t remain the same.
Due out through Vinyl Me, Please, it was remastered from the original analog tapes.