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12 Best Songs of the Week: Beth Gibbons, Caroline Polachek and Weyes Blood, Yard Act, and More

Plus Amen Dunes, Mannequin Pussy, A. Savage, Laetitia Sadier, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 09, 2024

Welcome to the fifth Songs of the Week of 2024. This week Andy Von Pip, Mark Moody, Matt the Raven, Scott Dransfield, and Stephen Humphries all helped me decide what should make the list. We settled on a Top 12 this week, narrowed down from the 20 songs we seriously considered. More

Nov 07, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz, along with S.G. Goodman and Joy Oladokun, has shared a cover of Patty Griffin’s 2002 song “Be Careful.” The cover, produced by Diaz and Goodman and engineered by Alex Hope, features backing vocals from Courtney Marie Andrews and Savana Santos. More

Sep 22, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has shared a video for her new single, “Love Looks Different.” More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Death Cab for Cutie, The Beths, Francis Lung, black midi, and More

Plus Danger Mouse and Black Thought, Ezra Furman, Panda Bear and Sonic Boom, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 15, 2022

Welcome to the 27th Songs of the Week of 2022. It was a strong week for new tracks. Really any of the Top 6 could’ve been our #1 song. We settled on a Top 12 this week. More

Jul 12, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has shared a video for her new single, “Hangover.” Diaz has also announced a North American tour. More

Madi Diaz Performs NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Same History, New Feelings EP Out Now via ANTI-

Mar 28, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has performed a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert for NPR. Diaz performed several songs off of her most recent album, History of a Feeling. More

Feb 17, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has shared a reworking of the song “New Person, Old Place” featuring Courtney Marie Andrews. It is the latest release from Diaz’s forthcoming EP, Same History, New Feelings, a set of reworkings from her last album, History of a Feeling. More

Madi Diaz Announces New EP, Shares New Version of “Resentment” Feat. Waxahatchee

Same History, New Feelings EP Due Out March 4 via ANTI-

Jan 31, 2022

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has announced the release of a new EP consisting of four reworkings of songs from her newest album, History of a Feeling. The EP, entitled Same History, New Feelings, will be out on March 4 via ANTI, and it features collaborations with Waxahatchee, Natalie Hemby, Courtney Marie Andrews, and Angel Olsen. Diaz has shared a reworking of the song “Resentment” featuring Waxahatchee. More

Nov 03, 2021

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has shared a remix of “Crying In Public” by electronic pop band MUNA. The original song was featured on her most recent album, History of a Feeling. Diaz has also announced that she will be a supporting act for Waxahatchee on her 2022 tour. More

9 Best Songs of the Week: Water From Your Eyes, LUMP, Silk Sonic, Koleżanka, and More

Plus Dry Cleaning, Amyl and the Sniffers, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jul 30, 2021

Welcome to the 29th Songs of the Week of 2021. It was a light week for great new tracks, but we came up with nine we really liked. More

Madi Diaz Shares Video for New Song “Resentment”

History of a Feeling Due Out August 27 via ANTI-

Jul 28, 2021

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz is releasing a new album, History of a Feeling, on August 27 via ANTI-. Now she has shared another song from it, the soulful and stripped back “Resentment,” via a video for it that features her in a junkyard. She has also announced some tour dates. More

8 Best Songs of the Week: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, W.H. Lung, The Goon Sax, and More

Plus Jessie Ware, José González, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jun 11, 2021

Welcome to the 22nd Songs of the Week of 2021. Admittedly, there weren’t too many new songs that overly impressed us this week. We almost considered taking a week off. But there were enough tracks of note to keep us in the game. Still, we only came up with a Top 8, instead of our usual Top 10 (or sometimes we have an expanded Top 12). More

Jun 11, 2021

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has announced a new album, History of a Feeling, and shared a new song from it, “Woman In My Heart,” via a video for the single. More

May 04, 2021

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Madi Diaz has shared a new song, “Nervous,” via a video for the new single. More

Mar 23, 2021

Nashville-based singer Madi Diaz has shared a video for her new single “New Person, Old Place.” This marks her second single for ANTI-, following last month’s “Man in Me.” More

Feb 11, 2021

Nashville-based artist Madi Diaz has shared a video for her new song “Man In Me.” It marks her first single for ANTI-. More



Interviews

Madi Diaz on “History of a Feeling”

Co-dependency and Chronicling its Aftermath

Sep 15, 2021

That moment in a relationship where two lives become completely entwined can seem like are a couple’s nirvana, until things start to fall apart. Then it’s a co-dependency with all the unhealthy connotations that entails. Nashville-based singer/songwriter Madi Diaz chronicles this in History of a Feeling after her breakup from long-term partner Teddy Geiger, who has since come out as transgender. More


Reviews

Feb 09, 2024

Madi Diaz opens Weird Faith with a question and a confession: “What the fuck do you want?/‘Cause I’ll give you all that I’ve got.” Those opening lines encapsulate Diaz’s sixth full-length album, a record that is often tender and unfussed in presentation, yet full of unsparing honesty. More

Sep 07, 2021

There’s often a thin veil of unreality to most songwriters, an element of creative license that divides the world of the artist’s creation from our own. On Madi Diaz’s History of a Feeling, her fifth full-length album一and her first for ANTI一those walls fall away. Diaz relies on no such abstractions, delivering her most pointed, sincere, and even bitter work yet. More