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Talking Lucinda Williams, ‘Great Thunder,’ and Low Fidelity With Katie Crutchfield

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Katie Crutchfield is the artistic center of Waxahatchee, a musical project that has produced everything from high fidelity rock that dissects dissolving romantic entanglements (2017’s Out In the Storm,) to numerous delectably low-fi, intimate indie pop albums (2012’s American Weekend, 2014’s Cerulean Salt, and 2015’s Ivy Tripp). Cruthfield’s latest offering is more the second than… Read More

Living Artfully, Crafting Song, and Bringing Athens With You: Speaking With Matt Moore

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In 2015, Matt Moore released First Songs, a 20-tune collection produced by Josh Antonuccio at 3 Elliott Studios featuring a laundry list of Athenian musical patriarchs, among them Jake Householder, Ricky Chilcott, and Bruce Dalzell — who also just booked Moore for a Wednesday Night Acoustic Showcase at the Front Room on Wednesday, September 5…. Read More

Talking Southern Gothic, Songwriting, and ‘Big Bad Luv’ with John Moreland

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Before the release of 2017’s Big Bad Luv (4AD), John Moreland may have been known best as one of those truly rare songwriters who wielded his words like a skillful knife, ruthlessly filleting the heart of any listener. 2013’s In The Throes is deliriously and deliciously cathartic — “I never cared for anyone so much/I… Read More