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Iron & Wine at the State Theatre, April 18

Iron & Wine evoke summer in my mind.
Music seen
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  April 22, 2011

Tiny Showcase grapples with a market gone big

Jon Buonaccorsi stands alongside a large, rectangular table and plays with a series of flat, wooden pieces that, when assembled, make for an arty little pizza shop that might look sharp on your mantle.
Print It
By DAVID SCHARFENBERG  |  March 25, 2011

Flesh and blood

The acclaimed folk/Americana quartet resume the whirlwind promo stretch leading up to their third full-length release, following 2008’s critically-lauded breakthrough Oh My God, Charlie Darwin and their ’07 debut, What the Crow Brings .
Last year, the Low Anthem finished their third album and toured the world. During a freewheeling interview back home, they tell us all about it
By CHRIS CONTI  |  February 18, 2011

Iron & Wine | We Kiss Each Other Clean

Sam Beam, the bearded craftsman otherwise known as Iron & Wine, is the very personification of musical consistency.
Warner Bros. (2011)
By RYAN REED  |  February 04, 2011

Doing what comes naturally

Tallahassee make timeless old town music on Wolfe Moon
Tallahassee make timeless old town music on Wolfe Moon
By CHRIS CONTI  |  September 25, 2009

Photos: George Wein's Folk Festival 2009

Photos from George Wein's 50th annual Folk Festival at Fort Adams State Park, Newport.
Photos of Deer Tick, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Judy Collins and more at the Newport folk festival
By RICHARD MCCAFFREY  |  August 07, 2009


Iron and Wine

Sam Beam, the singer-songwriter behind the name Iron & Wine, made a name for himself with the four-track masterpiece The Creek Drank the Cradle in 2002.
The Shepherd's Dog | Sub Pop
By DAVID BRUSIE  |  October 30, 2007

Irish sprung

Irish singer-songwriter Fionn Regan answers straightforward questions with beguiling sidesteps.
Fionn Regan makes his way to America
By WERNER TRIESCHMANN  |  September 24, 2007

Brown Bird

The cozy and contemplative folk of Brown Bird couldn’t be more at home at Portland’s newest venue, the Soundpost.
Music Seen, at the Soundpost, March 12
By IAN PAIGE  |  March 21, 2007

Miller time

Local boy Ben Miller started in Providence a few years back as a solo artist.
The Low Anthem's fragile wonder
By BOB GULLA  |  March 14, 2007

Portrait of the artist as a dirty man

“This is so fucking tame compared to what’s coming,” says My Life in Heavy Metal author Steve Almond after reading a bit from his R-rated short stories on the stage at Great Scott last Tuesday night.
Jimmy’s letters to Nora
By NINA MACLAUGHLIN  |  November 20, 2006


Wolf Eyes

In 2004, these Michigan-based noise terrorists got as close to the indie-rock mainstream as any of their niche-market peers when Sub Pop unleashed Burned Mind , Wolf Eyes’ 869th release, on the unsuspecting ears of Iron and Wine fans throughout North Am
Human Animals | Sub
By MIKAEL WOOD  |  September 26, 2006

'Urge' overkill

Windows Media files may be the 8-track-tapes of the digital-music universe, but Urge figures 13-year-olds will suck it up to get their mitts on exclusive TRL outtakes and AFI playlists.
Microsoft and MTV deliver too much of a bad thing
By CARLY CARIOLI  |  May 31, 2006

Party affiliates

DJ culture has always been about the party.
A-Trak and Spank Rock aim to keep asses moving
By DAVID DAY  |  April 27, 2006
Beat report list photo 2/10/06

Just a day away

Pete Morse and Charlie Kitchings had an idea they’d hang out for the summer, record an album, and see what happened; the result is Backroads for Tomorrow and the duo’s debut album, Before the Bridge Breaks .
Pete Morse and Backroads for Tomorrow’s Before the Bridge Breaks
By SAM PFEIFLE  |  February 09, 2006