Tagged: Marissa Nadler


Interview: Angel Olsen

It’s not just Angel Olsen’s range that makes her voice so unforgettable; it’s the surprise turns she’s learned to produce by manipulating it. Sometimes, at the climax of a song, the Chicago-based songwriter will be … read more »

POSTED November 26, 2012 12:42PM IN MUSIC INTERVIEWS, MUSIC NEWS Comments (3) TAGS: , , ,

What We’re Reading: Marissa Nadler

Tired of reading the same recommended books from the usual sources? Just think of our weekly What We’re Reading column as your non-committal book club with The FADER and some of your favorite bands. For … read more »

POSTED June 29, 2012 12:30PM IN WHAT WE'RE READING TAGS: , ,

Polly Scattergood

What’s most remarkable is that no matter how far into the depths of despair Scattergood reaches (and when she channels death by suicide as in “Untitled 27″ or by cancer in “Breathe In Breathe Out”, those depths are very deep), her work retains a strange sense of hope. read more »

POSTED May 29, 2009 11:15AM IN THE TRIPWIRE TAGS: , , , , , , ,

Little Hells

A singer-songwriter’s fourth album is a difficult thing; it is not easy for a solo artist to maintain a sense of style and self without falling into the trap of the too-same. For Marissa Nadler, this challenge is made all the greater by the increasing critical acclaim each release has brought her. With Little Hells, she reveals a remarkable sense of growth while maintaining the rich, haunted sound that has become her trademark. read more »