Bon Iver’s Vernon and The National’s Dessner perform “Gratitude” from their self-titled LP.
The Bon Iver frontman had promised to “kill this track,” but Em has other plans.
He also explains the story and mission statement behind his PEOPLE artist collective.
Bon Iver leader says he “was not in the studio” for the Kamikaze track and asked them to change it.
Big Red Machine, the collaborative project led by Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner, shares self-titled debut: Stream
A project that’s been in the works since 2009’s Dark Was the Night benefit compilation.
The album’s artwork is a homage to Beastie Boys’ classic Licensed to Ill.
A song built for relaxation.
Album Review: The Debut from Justin Vernon and Aaron Dessner’s Big Red Machine Gets Lost in the Noise
The ambitious collaboration between Justin Vernon and The National’s Aaron Dessner quickly becomes a stale and fussy affair.
The music collective’s star-studded debut LP arrives on August 31st.
A collaboration with Minnesota’s TU Dance, the tracks run the gamut of Justin Vernon’s sound, from aching folk to shambling, tribalistic dance.
Featuring contributions from Aaron’s brother, Bryce Dessner, The National bandmate Bryan Devendorf, Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry, Phoebe Bridgers, The Staves, and others.
Justin Vernon intentionally chose to keep the lineup a secret until the day of the festival.