Tag: Fiona Apple
monarch. on Their Treacly Debut EP ‘Sweet Little Things’
Hailing from the lush green pastures of the Hudson Valley, jazz-influenced indie four-piece monarch. unveiled their debut EP Sweet Little Things in June, a rapturous indie pop tour de force with potent sax lines, rapid waltz-time signatures, and lyrics juxtaposing the sweet and the sour. “I’ll be your morning coffee/I’ll be your night time tea,”…
Liz Phair’s “Soberish” is a Liberating Return to Form
The pioneering Gen X queen of alt folk is back after an 11-year hiatus to reclaim her crown.
Here’s Why Pitchfork Gave Fiona Apple’s “Fetch the Bolt Cutters” a 10/10
I will never forget the first time I heard Fiona Apple’s soul-crushing voice ringing through the speakers in my childhood bedroom. I had just finished my freshman year of college and was beginning to undergo the growing pains of transitioning into adulthood, and the only escape I found was through music. One night I was…