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22 Best Songs of the Last Two Weeks: Jessie Ware, Alison Goldfrapp, Nation of Language, and More

Plus Blondshell, Girl Ray, Little Dragon, Dawn Richard, Indigo De Souza, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 14, 2023

Welcome to the thirteenth Songs of the Week of 2023. We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week because I was on a brief vacation (it was my daughter’s spring break), so this week’s list includes songs from the last two weeks. Any song first released between April 1 and April 14 was eligible. Hence we have a supersized list week—22 songs is probably the most we’ve ever had in one Songs of the Week main list, but it breaks down to 12 songs from this week and 10 from last week. More

Patrick Wolf Shares New Song “The Night Safari”

The Night Safari EP Due Out This Friday via Apport

Apr 11, 2023

After a long hiatus from music, Patrick Wolf is releasing a new EP, The Night Safari, this Friday via his own label Apport. Now he has shared its third single, title track “The Night Safari.” More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Clark, Samia, Heather Woods Broderick, Bodywash, and More

Plus Pearla, Gruff Rhys, koleżanka, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 27, 2023

Welcome to the fourth Songs of the Week of 2023. After a stacked, blockbuster seven days that was last week (filled with big album announcements and three boygenius songs), things settled down this week. Still, there was plenty to like. More

Patrick Wolf Shares Video for New Song “Nowhere Game”

The Night Safari EP Due Out April 14 via Apport

Jan 25, 2023

After a long hiatus from music, Patrick Wolf is releasing a new EP, The Night Safari, on April 14 via his own label Apport. Now he has shared its second single, “Nowhere Game,” via a music video. More

13 Best Songs of the Week: Miss Grit, Heather Woods Broderick, Fever Ray, Steve Mason, and More

Plus Yo La Tengo, Margo Price, Ladytron, Sharon Van Etten, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Weeks’ Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 11, 2022

Welcome to the 39th Songs of the Week of 2022. We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week because I was out sick. So once again this week’s list encompasses songs released in the last two weeks (although all but three of the songs are from this week). More

Nov 11, 2022

Patrick Wolf has shared his first new song in a decade, “Enter the Day.” It is the first single from an upcoming EP, The Night Safari, which is due out sometime next year. More

Watch: Patrick Wolf – “The Libertine” Video

Setting Out on a December Tour

Nov 07, 2013

Patrick Wolf has released an appropriately decedent cut for “The Libertine,” a track from his 2012 album Sundark and Riverlight. More

Check Out Photos of Niki & the Dove, of Montreal, Patrick Wolf and More

Plus: School of Seven Bells, The Big Pink and Icona Pop

Oct 10, 2012

Last weekend Echo Park, California hosted the third annual Culture Collide Festival. We sent photographer Helen Boast down to cover the action. Check out her shots of Niki & the Dove, of Montreal, Patrick Wolf, School of Seven Bells, The Big Pink, and Icona Pop. More

Sep 06, 2012

As a clever promotion for his forthcoming album Sundark and Riverlight (where he covers his old songs) Patrick Wolf recently unleashed his cover of Lana Del Rey’s “Born to Die.” More

Watch: Patrick Wolf’s Video for 2012 Version of “Overture”

New Acoustic Double Album "Sundark and Riverlight" Due Out October 16

Aug 24, 2012

Patrick Wolf has revealed the album artwork and tracklisting for his upcoming acoustic double album, Sundark and Riverlight, which an effort at reworking older material. The album is set for an October 16th release date.


Patrick Wolf Announces North American Anniversary Tour

Celebrates 10 Years With Acoustic Shows

Jul 11, 2012

Though he’s currently been recording new material at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studio, UK chamber pop artist Patrick Wolf has scheduled an intermittent break for a special tour through North America. More

Patrick Wolf Announces a Brief Tour

Los Angeles/San Francisco/New York

Aug 03, 2011

British chamber pop visionary Patrick Wolf is coming to the U.S. for a (very) brief tour this September. More

Watch: Patrick Wolf, “House”

Upcoming LP 'Lupercalia' Drops June 20 in the U.K.

May 20, 2011

The bubbly synth-pop track off upcoming LP Lupercalia gets a vibrant wildlife setting in this new video. More

Patrick Wolf Announces Album Details

Lupercalia Out May 30

Mar 30, 2011

Today, purveyor of glam-pop Patrick Wolf announced additional details for Bachelor follow-up, Lupercalia. We have the details. More

Jan 26, 2011

Today, Patrick Wolf named his baby—the follow-up to 2009’s The Bachelor. Previously called The Conqueror, the disc is now titled Lupercalia. More

Nov 04, 2010

While not an official video, today Patrick Wolf presented a simple/sweet set of visuals for the first single from The Conqueror (due out in 2011), “The Time of My Life.” We have the clip.

Watch: Jarvis Cocker Sings “Girl With One Eye” With Florence and the Machine

Live Guests Also Included Patrick Wolf, Jack Peñate, Kid Harpoon

Dec 01, 2009

This past weekend, U.K. hitmakers Florence and the Machine played a guest-crazy show at London’s Tabernacle. (Via NME.) The gig featured surprise guest spots from Patrick Wolf, Jack Peñate, Kid Harpoon, and our former cover subject Jarvis Cocker. More

Watch Patrick Wolf Unleash His Inner Thespian in “Damaris” Video

Feat. West End Actress Gwendoline Christie (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus)

Nov 11, 2009

In our Spring Issue interview with the symphonic-pop provocateur Patrick Wolf, the South London singer-songwriter mentioned his name was batted around for the role of The Mad Hatter in Tim Burton/Disney‘s Alice in Wonderland. Though he found himself not fit for the role (“I might have looked the part, but why would you pick somebody who had never even gotten into a school play?”), he’s dusting off his ol’ acting chops in the new pastoral video for The Bachelor‘s third single, “Damaris.” More

Patrick Wolf to Deliver Lecture at Oxford University’s Ocxford Union

And Just in Time for Wolf's London Performance

Oct 30, 2009

What might a rock star say if given the podium at a major university in the U.K.? Patrick Wolf will be answer that (among other questions) this November when he offers up a lecture at Oxford University’s Oxford Union. More

News Roundup: Thom Yorke, Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau, Jay-Z, Oasis, Patrick Wolf

Also Headlights, Phosphorescent, Cailfone, Bad Lieutenant, Brian Jones

Sep 01, 2009

Our News Roundup briefly reports on various entertainment news stories that are circulating the web: Thom Yorke‘s upcoming limited 12” release, the possible reinvestigation of Brian Jones’ death, Bad Lieutenanta project formed by New Order members Bernard Sumner and Phil Cunningham, Patrick Wolf‘s missing cape, Jay-Z’s album has leaked and is streaming, Oasis’ demise, Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau teaming up again for Cowboys & Aliens, and upcoming tours from Headlights, Phosphorescent, and Califone. More

Patrick Wolf Tweets Run-In With San Francisco Police

SFPD Will Definitely Not Invest In Songwriter's Bandstock

Jun 10, 2009

According to his Twitter and Pitchfork, British avant-pop musician/Bandstock user/Under the Radar favorite Patrick Wolf was arrested and accosted (read: “almost shot in the face”) after his San Francisco concert Monday night. Wolf’s representatives weren’t able to give any further details regarding the arrest beyond what’s on his Twitter, though we’re told that his current tour will continue unabated. More

NYLON Records Sign Patrick Wolf For Upcoming Album

Summer Plans for The Bachelor and June Tour

May 05, 2009

Having been the second to sign with NYLON Records, U.K.-based Patrick Wolf has announced the U.S. Release of his newest album, The Bachelor, as well as plans for a summer tour. More


Aug 01, 2013

The seventh annual edition of the OFF Festival (held in Katowice, Poland) kicked off with an inspiring set by Patrick Wolf. The London, England-based troubadour was in town to promote last year’s retrospective album Sundark and Riverlight. But what he delivered was something closer to a party than performance. More

Nov 07, 2012

This double album opus is, if anything, an audacious conceit, as the ever-adventurous Patrick Wolf cherry-picks numbers off of his full-lengths and reinvents them dramatically. More

Aug 31, 2012

“Sorry I had to have you seated,” said chamber pop visionary Patrick Wolf to Wednesday night’s packed-out crowd at The Old Vic Theatre in London. “I didn’t want anyone to fall over from boredom.” More