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Matthew E. White and Lonnie Holley Announce New Album, Share Seven-Minute New Song

Broken Mirror, A Selfie Reflection Out April 9 via Spacebomb/Jagjaguwar

Jan 21, 2021

Folk artist Lonnie Holley and singer/producer Matthew E. White have announced a new album, Broken Mirror: A Selfie Reflection, which will be out April 9 via Spacebomb/Jagjaguwar. The two have shared the first track from the album, the seven-minute long “This Here Jungle of Modernness/Composition 14.” More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Sufjan Stevens, This Is the Kit, Bill Callahan, Lonnie Holley, and More

Plus Ganser, Glass Animals, NZCA LINES, Fear of Men, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 03, 2020

Welcome to the 26th Songs of the Week of 2020. Tomorrow is Independence Day here in America, but it’s hard to feel overly patriotic this year with the Trump administration continuing to botch the response to the pandemic and with so much to fix in this country—including systemic racism, police brutality, gun reform, climate change, and wealth inequality, to name just a handful of challenges. More

Jul 03, 2020

Seventy-year-old Alabama-born folk artist and musician Lonnie Holley has released a new EP, National Freedom, and shared a music video for the EP’s “Like Hell Broke Away.” The late Richard Swift produced the five-song EP, recording it at his National Freedom Studio in Cottage Grove, Oregon in 2013 when Holley had a day off from his tour with Deerhunter. More

Dec 20, 2013

Last month, we went to Holland to check out Le Guess Who? The immaculately curated festival prides itself in pairing up artists for performances and encouraging collaborations. More


Oct 11, 2018

Anyone who’s ever been in the same room as master craftsman Lonnie Holley has surely felt his shamanic presence. His debut from six years ago, Just Before Music, bottled that cosmic essence without any earthly interference; ever since then, guests have hopped on to shape these otherworldly jams into slightly more familiar forms. More

Dec 05, 2013

You know how sometimes at a festival there’s an “off” day, where there just doesn’t seem to be any strong acts that you’re dying to see? Le Guess Who? doesn’t believe in lulls. The final day brought strong sets from Destroyer, Lonnie Holley, Damien Jurado, and Yo La Tengo. More