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Aug 13, 2014

St. Vincent has been subbing for Late Night bandleader Fred Armisen this week. More

Listen: Marnie Stern - “This Was It”

Entry in the Adult Swim Single Series

Aug 09, 2013

Throughout the summer Adult Swim has once again been indulging music fans with its guest-listetd single series. More

Mar 26, 2013

In the recent wake of releasing her newest album The Chronicles of Marnia, guitar-tapping songwriter Marnie Stern has premiered a split-personality music video for her single “Immortals.” More

Mar 19, 2013

Back in January guitar-tapping virtuoso Marnie Stern announced that she would take part in a fun promotional contest where some lucky guy in the New York City would get the chance to win a date with the very single musical artist. More

Marnie Stern – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight

Playing Under the Radar's First SXSW 2013 Party, Wednesday, March 13 at Flamingo Cantina

Mar 07, 2013

On March 13 Under the Radar will host the first of three free day parties. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting Marnie Stern. More

Under the Radar Announces Three SXSW Day Parties Featuring Surfer Blood, DIIV, Small Black, and more

Also Performing: Shout Out Louds, Foxygen, Marnie Stern, Doldrums, Caveman, Young Galaxy, Girls Names, IO Echo, Mister Lies, Young Dreams, and more

Mar 06, 2013

Under the Radar magazine is excited to reveal the full lineups, poster, and set times for its three SXSW 2013 day parties, taking place on Wednesday March 13, Thursday March 14, and Friday March 15. Featured performers include Surfer Blood, DIIV, Small Black, Shout Out Louds, Foxygen, Poolside, Young Galaxy, Marnie Stern, Doldrums, Caveman, Girls Names, IO Echo, Mister Lies, Young Dreams, and more. More

Mar 04, 2013

Two weeks out from the release of her latest LP, the cleverly named The Chronicles of Marnia, guitar virtuoso Marnie Stern has offered up a full stream of the record online. More

Listen: Marnie Stern – “Nothing is Easy”

The Chronicles of Marnia Out March 19

Feb 14, 2013

On March 19, Marnie Stern will release her new album The Chronicles of Marnia. More

Marnie Stern Offers Contest For A Date

New Album The Chronicles of Marnia Out March 19

Jan 23, 2013

On March 19 singer/songwriter Marnie Stern will release her new record the Chronicles of Marnia. More

Marnie Stern Announces Summer Midwest Tour Dates

Including Two Shows With The Flaming Lips

Apr 22, 2011

Marnie Stern’s bringing her ferocious live show to the Midwest this summer, beginning in Minneapolis, and culminating with two shows supporting The Flaming Lips in Chicago. We have the dates. More

Marnie Stern Hits the Road

Tour Starts October 1st

Sep 21, 2010

New York-based guitar hero Marnie Stern is set to hit the road in support of her upcoming self-titled album (out October 5th via Kill Rock Stars). We have the dates. More

Marnie Stern Announces New Album

Out October 5th via Kill Rock Stars

Jul 22, 2010

NYC guitar destroyer Marnie Stern is set to release her third long-player on October 5 via Kill Rock Stars. The record’s title, simply Marnie Stern, certainly won’t grant the blog attention of her breakout 2008 sophomore release, This Is It and I Am It and You Are It and So Is That and He Is It and She Is It and It Is It and That Is That. (Try saying that three times fast.) We have the details. More


Marnie Stern

Lost in Translation

Apr 11, 2013

Marnie Stern’s outspoken confidence comes from her ability to block out the noise in her life. Not the transcendent shrills of her whirlwind guitar tapping, but her struggle to face what may happen if the well of her musical career were to run dry. More


Mar 19, 2013

Denizens of the Internet launched the word “epic” squarely into overuse territory, but with your permission, reader, I’d like to reclaim it to discuss The Chronicles of Marnia. More

Jun 27, 2007

Now, I got into Battles because of drummer John Stanier, who was a hero to me in Helmet when I was first starting to play in bands in the early ’90s. Little did I know that I was about to walk into a drumfest at theLaunchpad. I got there quite a bit early to hang out alone and have a few beers—alone time being at a premium with a new son. After several PBRs and a few games of Ms. Pacman, Ponytail took the stage. More