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Stephin Merritt Sits One Out Posted: 07/25/2013 7:39 pm Read more Get Entertainment Newsletters: Future Bible Heroes toured this summer, but frontman Stephin Merritt stayed home. This won't be surprising to longtime fans of the Magnetic Fields/The
Suggested Topics Tracey Thorn takes a wider brief than usual for her Christmas Album Tinsel & Lights, mostly avoiding the routine carols and standards in favour of left-field choices from writers like Stephin Merritt, Sufjan Stevens and Low, the
But Magnetic Fields songwriter Stephin Merritt has continued the group through four more albums in addition to his other musical projects, like scoring the stage production of Neil Gaiman's Coraline each one showcasing his gift for brilliant couplets
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The Magnetic Fields' second video for their 2012 album Love At The Bottom Of The Sea is here. In "Quick!," a man and woman fall in love with each other, not at the bottom of the sea but at the bottom of two trash cans they call home. Stereogum points
The New York Times Correction Appended When Carletta Sue Kay takes the stage, it can take the unin-itiated by surprise. The singer is over six feet tall, with a figure more like a wrestler's than an ingenue's, and is typically a mess: wig askew,
With this new collection he throws out the distorted guitars and brings back the keyboards and the fun. Never one to shy away from a twee lyric, this collection is full of word play, characters and camp fun. The lead single Andrew in Drag is a
October 12, 2011 I was worried when I heard that '80s jangle-pop maestro Mitch Easter was producing Big Troubles' second album.
Should you ever get a chance to interview Stephin Merrittand I imagine that we all deserve to one of these dayshis publicist will explain that when he answers a question, he will take a long pause, answer in a complete thought, take another lengthy
Using a charming setup of mandolin, acoustic guitar, accordion, piano, and cello, the band burned through 25-plus songs from various points in its two decades-strong career. The first plucks of opener I Die quickly established Stephin Merritt's