Author Archive | Jen Paulson

Follow The (low) Light

One of these days I might stop writing about Ryan Adams constantly. But it will probably be a day where I am an old, white-haired spitfire whose years of typing will have given her mad arthritis. The release of his EP Follow The Light came out today, with a couple nice tracks on there – […]

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The Cave Singers

I had the chance to catch The Cave Singers open for Black Mountain last week, and I have been listening to their new Matador release, Invitation Songs, off and on ever since… their dark, atmospheric folk, and the pleasantly-nasal whine of singer Pete Quirk’s voice really has me charmed. You can get a good feel […]

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Final Fantasy / Basia Bulat

Not like you don’t know this already, but the 7th Street Entry is the place to see bands before they explode. Bands you might never hear on the radio, but if you get yourself downtown on a whim on almost any night, there is usually something relatively profound going on. I don’t have photos or […]

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Toots and The Maytals Tonight

(Photo of Toots Hibbert in Glasgow, Scotland this past August by Gordon Chalmers – click on photo for his Flickr feed) One of THE most legendary Reggae artists of all time will be playing at Trocaderos tonight. Personally, this will be my third time at a Toots show, but every one is just as good – if not […]

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Minneseries Tonight

Jeaneen Gauthier’s band, Jan will be continuing their stint as the Minneseries band of September. Minneseries is quite the happening on Thursdays over at the Nomad. Jan will be joined by the sweet and heartbreaking folk of The Cates and the punk rock of Delaminators. Add to that – David Beckey of The Autumn Leaves […]

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