She also discusses finally meeting Liz Phair and aging with grace.
It comes with an animated music video featuring Hatfield’s own illustrations.
Plus, the Boston-based songwriter answers a few questions about politics and her new album, Pussycat.
Inspired by the current political environment, Hatfield’s latest LP was recorded during a whirlwind 12-and-a-half day stretch.
J Mascis, Amanda Palmer, Julien Baker, and more try their luck covering Smith’s intimate folk songs.
Three artists reflect on their contributions to the forthcoming Say Yes! tribute album.
The story of four friends who tried running a studio and succeeded beyond their wildest dreams.
Yuck, Waxahatchee, and Jesu also honor the late singer-songwriter.
Juliana Hatfield anchors Paul Westerberg’s open-hearted return to music.
Paul Westerberg and Juliana Hatfield’s The I Don’t Cares annouce debut LP, share “Born for Me” — listen
Wild Stab is due out in less than 24 hours.
Though it might seem like a cliche, we at the Top Songs crew spent our holiday giving thanks for all of the sweet new tunes we’ve been able to share with you — this whole year, and this week in …
Our second slice of pumpkin pie from The I Don’t Cares.