We love Joanna here at Collapse Board. So much so, that here’s our second live review of her recent Brisbane show.
Joanna Newsom is an artist who is a hair’s breadth away from my heart. Milk-Eyed Mender is a startling discovery to make when you’re 15
Delicate, flowering, piano pop miniatures and vibes instrumentals like you’re stuck within a particularly fine Michael Nyman soundtrack
Andrew really didn’t like mocking up too many alternative covers. Me and him and Chris had quite a few arguments about it early on, but ultimately – fuck it – he was the designer, not me. Here’s the only other choice I can find for the Joanna Newsom one. I prefer it now.
Slightly taken aback by the number of re-Tweets about this series, so I thought I’d post the second issue up now rather than wait a few days. (Once again, if you can’t be bothered to read all the words that follow, the link to the download is at the bottom.)
There was always only one song that could feature in today’s Song Of The Day, after I received Joanna Newsom’s new triple album in the post yesterday from the ever-wonderful Spunk Records. And that, of course, is a song from Have One On Me. A song sung by the ever-wonderful Joanna Newsom. A song that goes […]
Joanna Newsom played a few weeks back in Brisbane. On occasion, she bordered on the magical: her voice slightly more reminiscent of Kate Bush then I recall it being before: the song about the daddy long-legs being particularly charming and lengthy (I might have dreamed the subject matter): the drummer in particular bringing his instrument […]